Johnson County Executive Airport (IATA: OJC, ICAO: KOJC, FAA LID: OJC) is a public airport located four miles (6 km) southeast of the central business district (CBD) of Olathe, a city in Johnson County, Kansas, USA. Measured by number of aircraft operations, the facility was the third-busiest airport in the state of Kansas in 2011. The airport is on the FAA's list of airports where the control tower could be closed in September 2013.
The airport was built as a Naval Auxiliary field for use in World War II. It was deeded to the city of Olathe in 1951, and to Johnson County in 1967. The airport has over 50,000 yearly operations, with 143 aircraft based at the airport.
On March 7, 2017 a severe storm damaged several hangers and airplanes at Johnson County Executive Airport. The damages were blamed on straight line winds reaching 80 to 85 mph (129 to 137 km/h).
Johnson County Executive Airport covers 568 acres (230 ha) and has one runway and one helipad:
- Runway 18/36: 4,098 x 75 ft. (1,249 x 23 m), Surface: Concrete
- Helipad H1: 100 x 75 ft. (30 x 23 m), Surface: Asphalt (Closed indefinitely)
Kansas City Aviation Center is an FBO at Johnson County Executive Airport and an authorized Pilatus, Piper aircraft dealership and service center. It was formerly a Diamond Aircraft dealership and service center.
Air Associates of Kansas is an FBO at Johnson County Executive Airport and an authorized Cessna Service Center and Cessna Pilot Center. Air Associates provides flight training, charter, maintenance, fuel, hangar, aircraft tiedowns and pilot supplies.
Ground view of KOJC from Taxi