Aviation Week Network’s AC-U-KWIK, a resource for global airport and ground handling data for business aviation flight planning, has announced that Battle Creek Executive Airport at Kellogg Field (KBTL) has been named the 2020 Airport of Distinction honoree.
The airport at Kellogg Field in Battle Creek, Michigan, distinguishes itself by enabling convenient, efficient air transport to the nearby business community and adjacent industrial park. With key tenants, the airport elevates itself to the upper echelon of airports that cultivate and support business and general aviation.
“Day in and day out, AC-U-KWIK provides accurate airport, FBO and ground services data throughout the business aviation ecosystem,” said Frank Craven, Managing Director, Business Aviation, Aviation Week Network. “It is tremendously rewarding to zoom out from the data and recognize the value individual airports provide to their communities and business aircraft operators around the United States and the world.”
Battle Creek Executive Airport and its three runways serve the Battle Creek business district three nautical miles to the east and the Fort Custer Industrial Park to the west. The location of the airport provides convenient access to I-94 and I-69. Battle Creek Executive Airport is an FAA Part 139-compliant airport. U.S. Customs service is available. Two fixed based operators serve aircraft operators on the field. With developable acreage, the airport has room to grow.
For more information, visit Battle Creek Executive Airport (KBTL) on ACUKWIK.com or https://flybtl.com/.