Waynesville-St. Robert Regional Airport

The Cities of Waynesville and St. Robert jointly operate the Waynesville-St. Robert Regional Airport under a cooperative intergovernmental agreement. The airport is managed by the Joint Airport Board and the cities lease an exclusive use area from the U.S. Army. The Waynesville-St. Robert Regional Airport is located on Fort Leonard Wood. Despite the airport’s location on a military post, the airport’s services are open to the public. The airline terminal is located at Bldg 5017 on Iowa Ave. Gaining access to the airport involves showing a photo ID at any one of the gates to Fort Leonard Wood.  

For the aircraft enthusiast the Waynesville - St. Robert Regional Airport at Fort Leonard Wood offers a wide variety of services. New T-hangars provide short- and long-term protection for your aircraft.
There are published instrument approaches and the airport currently has an ILS to RWY 14.

The Airport offers long term parking.  There is a rental car concession at the airline terminal.  Other area rental car agencies offers rental services to the terminal with advance reservations.
Aircraft Services
  • Instrument landing
  • Aircraft tie-downs and hangar rental available
  • 24 hour fuel service for both 100LL and jet-A fuel)
Technical Data About the Airport
Airport Brochure

Cape Air offers 5 flights a day to St. Louis with air fares from $32.00. Call Cape Air's direct booking line is 1-866-Cape-Air (1-866- 227-3247) or book online at www.capeair.com

Cape Air is an employee owned company which operates a fleet of over 50 Cessna 402's with up to 850 flights per day during high season. Last year Cape Air carried over 650,000 passengers, making them the largest independent regional airline in the United States.

Cape Air has ticket and baggage agreements with most major airlines which means smooth connections and money-saving joint fares for passengers.

  • Cape Air has served Island-markets with a focus on leisure travel since 1989 and is experienced with the unique transportation needs of Island communities.
  • With a fleet of two ATR-42s and sixty-two Cessna 402s, Cape Air flies more than 600,000 passengers annually with up to 600 non-stop flights per day and 130,000 flight operations each year. Cape Air serves 36 destinations in its 6 regions which represent both U.S. domestic and international markets.
  • An employee-owned company, Cape Air with its 850 employees has been honored by the Federal Aviation Administration with the Diamond Award for Outstanding Aircraft Maintenance and recognized in the communities for a singular brand of MOCHA HAGoTDI Customer Service – Make Our Customers Happy And Have A Good Time Doing It!
  • Cape Air partners with at least 20 major airlines and participates in reservations systems worldwide providing seamless connections for travelers around the globe.
  • Cape Air codeshares with Continental Airlines, JetBlue and American Airlines, working together in a variety of ways.
Waynesville-St. Robert Regional Airport Named
It's not just the little guys struggling for attention who provide great FBO experiences out there. This week, AVweb reader Ron McCormick tells us about Waynesville-St. Robert Cities Aviation, serving Fort Leonard Wood and the surrounding Missouri community. "They are the only FBO on the field but do no act like it," writes Ron. "The manager was very helpful in negotiating this military/civilian airport ... and helped carry luggage in loading and unloading the plane. ... If you need to go to Ft. Leonard Wood or are in the St. Roberts/Waynesville area, stop in at TBN; it is easy to in out of the military base [if] you just show your driver's license." (avweb.com)