Map & Directions
Boone Municipal Airport is located on the east edge of town, approximately 2 miles from downtown Boone, and one mile north of US Highway 30. Ames, home to Iowa State University, is 15 miles to the east, while Des Moines, Iowa's capital and largest city, is only 35 miles to the south. Ames and Des Moines are linked to Boone by four-lane highway.
Boone Municipal Airport (BNW) Data
Hare some of the specifications relating to Boone Municipal Airport. More information can be found at AirNav.com and the FAA's Airport/Facility Directory. Approximately 50 aircraft are based at this field.
|Name||Boone Municipal Airport|
|Latitude||N 42° 02.974183′|
|Longitude||W 93° 50.856000′|
|Elevation||1,160 ft. (353.6 m)|
|Dimensions||4,807 × 75 ft.|
|Traffic Pattern||15:Left / 33:Right|
|Runway Edge Lights||MIRL|
|Runway End Identifier Lights?||Yes|
|Visual Slope Indicator||PAPI|
|Dimensions||3,298 × 145 ft.|
|Traffic Pattern||02:Right / 20:Left|
|Des Moines App/Dep||123.9|
|Flight Service Station||1-800-WX-BRIEF|
|AWOS local weather conditions||120.925|
|AWOS (telephone)||(515) 432-9042|
Boone’s airfield is named in honor of native son Galen Wiley, who piloted 36 missions behind enemy lines during WW2 with the 305th Bomb Group, 8th Army Air Force.