Logan-Cache Airport is a small public airport located just northwest of the city of Logan in Cache County, Utah. Logan-Cache Airport serves as the general aviation airport for all of Cache County.
Many of the aircraft operations conducted at Logan-Cache Airport are training operations, as this airport is home to three flight schools: Leading Edge Aviation, Utah State University Aviation, and Mountain Ridge Helicopters.
Logan-Cache Airport is also home to Utah Jet Center, a fixed-base operations (FBO) company that provides fueling, de-icing, pilot supply, detailing, hanger storage, and other aviation services.
New Air Helicopters also operates a fleet of helicopters out of Logan-Cache Airport. This company provides helicopter support and assistance for the Utah Department of Natural Resources, Division of Wildlife, the US Forest Service, the Utah Department of Agriculture, and other organizations.
Logan-Cache Airport spans 602 acres and is comprised of two runways and 79 hangars. Approximately 140 aircraft are based at Logan-Cache Airport, and most of these are single-engine aircraft.
Though most of the operations at Logan-Cache Airport are general aviation operations, the airport is currently working on expanding and recruiting commercial airline services.
To contact Logan-Cache Airport, click here or call 435-752-8111.