Huntingburg Regional Airport

The Dubois County Airport Authority owns and operates the Huntingburg Regional Airport (KHNB), a facility three miles south of the City of Huntingburg in Southern Indiana along US 231. Interstate 64 and US 231 intersect three miles south of the Huntingburg Airport, while I-69 is 22 miles to the west.

On the ground is an array of services provided by the Dubois County Airport Authority (DCAA). Acting as the fixed base operator (FBO), the DCAA provides public refueling and hangar space. Dubois County Flight Services now focuses their mission on aircraft maintenance, corporate aircraft management, aircraft sales & brokering and aircraft leasing. The airport’s thirteen hangars currently store 30+ aircraft ranging from single-engine aircraft, turboprop aircraft and multi-engine corporate jets.

The Dubois County Airport Authority received a grant in May to resurface the main taxiway at the airport. In addition, airport officials are planning a 500-foot extension to the runway, allowing larger aircraft and jet planes to take off with more fuel and heavier loads.

Huntingburg Airport Community and Visitors Info

The Huntingburg Airport is your flight destination for access to the following local cities:

The Huntingburg Airport is your flight destination for access to the following local companies:

Huntingburg Airport Technology Park

This Technology Park is over 200 acres of property ideally situated for development in partnership with aeronautical businesses. The Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) accepted the Technology Park into their “Shovel Ready” program, expediting the process to start a business in the Park.

The Huntingburg Airport Technology Park (HATP) now welcomes EB-5 proposals for developing infrastructure that would attract aeronautical/aviation business. Ideally, a business proposal would include a manufacturing facility, along with a partner company interested in producing aerospace products or services.