City of Peru, Illinois  61354

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Illinois Valley Regional Airport



4251 Ed Urban Drive
Peru, IL 61354

Phone: (815) 223-8441
           (815) 223-2003

AWOS: (815) 223-8442 

Winter Hours
Monday - Friday : 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday - Sunday : 8:00 AM - 4: 00 PM 

Summer Hours
Monday - Friday: 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday - Sunday: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

After Hour Service - call
(815) 223-2003
Photo provided Dave Lourie

No FBO on Major Holidays

The Illinois Valley Regional Airport, is owned by and located in Peru, IL.  The airport has 2 lighted, paved runways capable of accommodating any size of business aircraft.  With GPS and Localizer approaches, it's 6000' by 100' runway routinely handles business jets up to a Global Express.  The new 4000' by 75' crosswind runway makes the airport usable for all sizes of aircraft in almost any conditions.

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The airport is served by Midwest Avtech, a full service FBO that provides Jet fuel and Avgas in addition to aircraft maintenance and servicing.  Hanger space is available for long term or transient aircraft storage.  There is an on-site meeting room for conducting business, and charter flights can be arranged directly out of the Illinois Valey Regional Airport.

The airport is in close proximity to several hotels, many restaurants and car rental services.  Its location near the intersection of Interstates I-80 and I-39 makes it conveniet to all of north central Illinois.  With Starved Rock State Park only 8 miles away, the Illinois Valley Regional Airport is a popular destination for tourists from all over Illinois.

For additional information about the Illinois Valley Regional Airport, or to obtain 24 hour service, call 815-223-2003.

The current weather at the airport can be obtained by calling 815-223-8442.

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