Ada Municipal Airport – ADT Ada
Ada Municipal Airport is a public-used airport located three miles from Ada City’s central business area in Pontotoc County in the state of Oklahoma. It has an assigned IATA airport code of ADT and ADH by the Federal Aviation Association (FAA). The airport is owned and operated by the local city government of Ada and caters the greater metropolitan area of Ada as well as the surrounding cities of Shawnee, Ardmore, Norman and Choctaw. National Plan of Integrated Airport System classifies Ada Municipal Airport as a general aviation serviced airport.
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Ada Municipal Airport has a total land area of 770 acres with two asphalt runways that have accommodated more than 12,000 aircraft operations or a daily average of 33 in 2009 based on the records of Federal Aviation Administration. Majority of the airport aircraft operations are general aviation with only 2% military operations. It also serves as the hub of forty eight aircrafts consisting mainly single-engine, multi-engine and jet aircraft service.
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Approximately 1 mile away from Ada Municipal Airport is where the Quality Inn Ada can be located. It is a 2-star modern type motel that features the basic amenities and facilities for a relaxing overnight stay. Hampton Inn & Suites and America’s Best Value Inn & Suites are also a fascinating hotel to stay Ada, Oklahoma.
Enid Wooding Airport (WDG) and Will Rogers World Aiport (OKC) are two other of the closest airports from Ada Municipal Airport also serve the Greater Oklahoma area.