Max Westheimer Airport Services
Westheimer Airport is a general aviation Reliever airport capable of handling aircraft through and including executive class jet aircraft. The Reliever category, as specified by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), is given to two airports servicing the Oklahoma City Metropolitan area. These airports are Wiley Post Airport (owned and operated by the City of Oklahoma City Airport Trust) and The University of Oklahoma's Max Westheimer Airport.
A broad variety of aircraft services are provided by a fixed base operator (FBO) and specialty shops, including flight training, major airframe and powerplant repairs, fueling, tie-downs, etc. The University owns and operates 40 T-hangars and 7 corporate size hangars, all of which are for lease by airport patrons. Private investors have built and currently occupy an additional 22 hangars.
Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) / Drone Operations
Within a 5 mile radius of Max Westheimer Airport
February 4, 2016
Based on the current information from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), operators of unmanned aircraft systems need to provide notice to the airport operator and the airport air traffic control tower if the aircraft is operated within 5 miles of an airport. To assist in this reporting, the airport has created two forms for submission of information. The forms may be accessed by the links below.
Airport Administration recommends that operators of UASs visit the Know Before You Fly website and might consider the new "B4U Fly" smart phone app from the FAA. Operators that are considering operations on The University of Oklahoma property should familiarize themselves with the University's Interim UAS Policy.