General Information

Acadiana Regional Airport is a General Aviation Airport, fully-certificated under Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 139 (Federal Aviation Administration F.A.R. Part 139). The primary feature is an 8,002-foot long, 200-foot wide concrete runway and fully instrumented airfield. Located just north of U.S. Highway 90 (the future Interstate 49 corridor) and just south of Louisiana Highway 182, the airport also features direct rail access, a 5,000-foot lighted water runway for amphibious aircraft and a rail-to-truck offloading facility.

The airport's close proximity to the Port of Iberia and its 16-foot-deep main navigation channel spotlights the intermodal transportation available.

By air, water, or ground, you can watch your business take off at Acadiana Regional Airport! Your Base for Business!!!


Runway: 8,002 feet long, 200-feet wide, concrete
Seaway: 5,000 feet long, 150 feet wide (4 feet deep)
Elevation: 24' above sea level
FAA Classification: Certified F.A.R. Part 139 with approximately 100,000 air ops per year
Total Complex:  2325 acres with 125 acre Industrial park and land to expand
 Highways:  I-49, 1 mile; I-10, 15 miles
 Commercial Air:  Lafayette Regional Airport, 18 miles, 7650' runway
 Freight:  Saia, Roadway Express, Con Freight, Yellow Freight
 Railroad:  Louisiana and Delta Railroad
 Electrical Suppliers:  Cleco and Entergy
 Water Suppliers:  LAWCO
 Natural Gas:  Centerpoint Energy, ATMOS