Stroud Municipal Airport

In 1931, the Civil Aeronautics Administration leased 90 acres of land from the land owner to establish an emergency landing field for military pilots to use on training flights. It was later abandoned and the CAA turned the land over to the City of Stroud. This was the beginning of Stroud Municipal Airport.

Stroud Municipal Airport sign

Attention Pilots

Location ID: SUD

CTAF: 122.9

Runway: 18/36 - 3,000 by 60 feet asphalt - Left hand pattern 

Elevation: 900 feet

Fuel: AvGas and Jet A available 24/7 with credit card; Self-serve. 

Courtesy Car available Call 918-290-0787 

Security fencing around the perimeter of airport


Annual Sunrise Fly-In the 2nd Saturday in May from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Pilots welcomed.


Project Description: The City of Stroud is hereby soliciting statements of qualifications and experience from qualified consultants for projects at the Stroud Municipal Airport. The consultant shall have the ability and capacity to complete the projects referenced below as the Engineer of Record. Services include engineering and planning for all phases and required incidental services. Subject to receipt of federal, state, and/or local funding, these projects may include the following: 2018 RFQ (PDF)