Portage County Regional Airport

About Us

Portage County Regional Airport (FAA location identifier KPOV) is a public-use, general aviation (GA) facility that serves the business and general aviation needs of Portage County and the northeast region of Ohio. Our airport serves ultra-lights, single, twin engine and turbine fixed wing aircraft along with a number of rotary aircraft (helicopters). In the future, to accommodate growth in local and regional businesses and county, the airport anticipates additional use by small and mid-sized business turbine aircraft. KPOV is the perfect mix of a recreational aviation culture and business aviation experience.

Meetings of the Portage County Regional Airport Authority board are held at the Portage Flight Center, 4039 Nanway Boulevard, Ravenna, OH 44266, at 6 PM on the second Wednesday of each month.

Fly-ins, shows, discovery airport tours, business development opportunities — See what’s happening at KPOV, both for fun and business!

KPOV has a wide range of hangar options that are geared to fit every need. From ultralight to business jets, we have a hangar to meet your requirements.

With a variety of aviation businesses located on the airport, KPOV can meet all your needs for maintenance and aircraft upgrades. Just here for a visit? 24hr self-serve fuel, 100LL and Jet-A are available.

The latest news and updates from Portage County Regional Airport.