Salina Airport Authority
Forward Operating Location
Salina Regional Airport serves as a forward operating location for military aviation units that deploy to Saline County and the Great Plains Joint Training Center operated by the Kansas National Guard.
Great Plains Joint Training Center
Kansas Regional Training Institute
The WINGS OVER SALINA Aviation Experience is conceived as a very special place... a place where people of all ages can experience the notion of flight, and the local community's important role in the history of world aviation. The WINGS OVER SALINA Guest Experience presents a hands-on, immersive, interactive, and fully-engaging visitor encounter. The exhibit is designed to be not just another airplane museum, but a comprehensive interactive interpretive center that formats and presents the history of mechanized flight. The complex highlights Salina's role in aviation development, in an engaging, entertaining, and informative presentation that virtually everyone can enjoy.
2035 Beechcraft Rd
Salina, KS 67401
A network of professional, full-service FBOs serving general & commercial aviation.
TDM Aero Tek, L.L.C.
- Periodic Inspection
- Airframe & Powerplant Maintenance
- Antique Aircraft Repair
- Reciprocating Engine Overhauls
- Aircraft Detailing- Wash, Wax & Polish
Schilling Aviation Services
2010 Rogers Ct
Salina, KS 67401
Passenger Security Awareness Tips
We are experiencing great changes in the way you, the traveling public, will be using the United States air transportation network. The added requirements of safety and security will impose some new constraints on how to use the aviation system. With that in mind, we are offering the following tips on how to get from the start of your trip to your destination, with as little inconvenience as possible. Most important, G IVE YOURSELF EXTRA TIME AND PLEASE BE PATIENT . Every procedure we are undertaking is in an effort to ensure that your travel is safe, secure, and efficient. Please check websites for the airports you will be using during your trip to confirm new procedures in place!
Getting to the Airport
Parking and curbside access may be controlled and limited. Parking availability and measures to control parking facilities are subject to rapid change and vary from airport to airport.
At the Airport
Vehicles may be subject to search prior to parking. Please reduce the numbers and types of packages and equipment in your vehicle to those necessary for travel or road safety measures. The availability of curbside baggage check-in is severely restricted and subject to rapid change. Please check with your AIRLINE to determine if they are currently offering this service.
Checking in for Flight
You will be required to have valid government issued ID when you check-in for your flight. Please be prepared to show ID as well as boarding cards at each stage of the boarding process. If you are utilizing an E-ticket or ticket-less travel, please confirm with your AIRLINE what you will need at check-in. You may need to have a specific written confirmation document such as a letter from the air carrier acknowledging your reservation.
At Security Screening
Carry-on baggage will be limited to one bag plus a personal item per passenger. These personal items include a purse, briefcase, laptop or backpack. Only ticketed passengers will be allowed beyond the screening checkpoint. In addition, for carry-on baggage, please limit the number and type of electronic equipment you carry with you. Please remove ALL knives, scissors, and blades of any type or size from your carry-on baggage. These items should be packed in your checked baggage. They will not be allowed in the sterile area of the airport or on board aircraft.
If you have a medical condition that requires you to carry a needle and/or syringe on your person or in your carry on baggage you must also have the medication that requires such injection on your person. The medication must be packaged with a pharmaceutical label or professionally printed label identifying the medication. Please avoid carrying bottles of liquid through the screening checkpoint. The necessity of screening of these items will increase your check-in processing time.
At all Times
Control all carry-on bags. Never leave anything unattended as it could be subjected to tampering. Never carry anything onboard the aircraft for another person, especially for someone you do not know. Report any unattended packages or baggage anywhere in the airport or on the airplane to airport security personnel or airline personnel.
For more information, go to: Transportation Security Administration (TSA)