The Clark Regional Airport serves Southern Indiana Region and Metro Louisville, Kentucky and is governed by the South Central Regional Airport Authority (SCRAA).
The airport has two runways. The longest is 18-36, which is 7,000 x 100 feet running North to South. Runway 14-32 is 3,899 x 75 feet running East to West.
The facility is at an elevation of 474 feet and is at a distance of about six miles north of downtown Louisville, Kentucky.
The vision of the South Central Regional Airport Authority is for Clark Regional Airport to be recognized as a vital, self-supporting transportation link contributing to the improved economic climate of the region
This name may sound familiar as John is also a member of the South Central Regional Airport Authority Board. John was appointed Interim Airport Manager in April of 2015, and appointed Airport Manager in June of 2015. John brings a wealth of knowledge to his new position through his experience as a pilot himself. He has been a user/tenant of Clark Regional Airport for 15 years. He has been involved in General and Commercial aviation for 37 years, and is currently a Boeing 767 Captain as well as a Check Airman/Instructor for UPS. Through this combined experience, John has proven to be a very valuable asset to the Clark Regional Airport.
Bill was brought on board in April of 2016 as the full-time Maintenance Manager. He brings with him over 30 years of maintenance experience. Bill was the owner of his own company for many of these years and joins the airport in order to continue in a field that he is passionate about as well as spend more time off the road with his family. He has proven to be a valued asset at Clark Regional Airport.