The Ohio State University Flight Education program is located on the university's Air Transportation & Aerospace Campus, whose focal point, The Ohio State University Airport, is the nation’s premier university-owned and -operated airport. The Flight Education program is FAA Part 141-certified and has over 100-students annually earning their pilot certification. Dedicated to supporting interdisciplinary learning, discovery and engagement, the program provides quality flight instruction to students of the aviation programs, with limited programs available for the public.

Visit the Center for Aviation Studies website to learn more about the aviation degree programs offered at the university, including flight education opportunities.


General Information

The Ohio State University Airport
2160 West Case Road
Columbus, OH 43235
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Parking: Ample free parking for personal vehicles is available in front of the airport terminal. Please note that the airport is located approximately seven miles northwest of the university's Columbus campus.

Phone: 614-292-5614
Fax: 614-688-8724

Hours of operation (may vary): Monday – Friday: 7AM – 9PM, Saturday – Sunday: 9AM – 5PM

Airport information: Click here.

Image of aerial view of KOSU


Image of the flight education entrance at KOSU