Monroe City Airport

The Captain Ben Smith Airfield formerly known as the Monroe City Regional Airport has an asphalt surface runway that is 3,550 feet long and 50 feet wide. The elevation is 737'.  The airport is maintained by the Monroe City Street Department.

The Airport sells 100 octane aviation fuel.  Fuel is available from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. If the Fixed Base Operator is not there, call (573) 735-4445 or 573-406-5444

Tie downs are available at no charge.


A view of runway 27 to the left, A view of runway 9 to the right


Apron and taxiway to the left, Landing on ruway 9 to the right








Population: 2,588
Land Area: 3.1 sq. miles
Coldest Month: January
Hottest Month: July
Median Temperature: 54 degrees
Average Annual Rainfall: 12 inches
Average Winter Temperature: 32.7 degrees
Government: Mayor, two councilmen from each of three wards, appointed fire chief, appointed director of administrator, appointed director of public works, appointed city attorney, elected City Marshall
Airport: 720 feet above sea level

Distances to major metropolitan areas:
State capital-Jefferson City-79 miles
St. Louis-135 miles
Kansas City-180 miles
Atlanta-700 miles
Cleveland-722 miles
Denver-745 miles
Memphis-440 miles
New York-1,060 miles
Chicago-320 miles
Dallas-650 miles
Detroit-556 miles
Los Angeles-1,810 miles
New Orleans-833 miles
Washington, D.C.-836 miles


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