Airport Information

About Us


Shreveport Downtown Airport (DTN) is a general aviation/reliever airport located five minutes away from the Shreveport Downtown Business District.
Flights from the downtown airport began in 1929 with Delta Air Lines. Construction for the original terminal building began in 1930, with the official opening and dedication taking place in June, 1931.

In July, 1971, the current terminal building was dedicated and opened for business.

The Downtown Airport offers two runways, Runway 14/32, measuring 5,017 feet long by 150 feet wide and Runway 5/23 measures 3,200 feet long by 75 feet wide.

More than 350 aircraft are based at DTN, which makes it the largest general aviation airport in Louisiana.

Aerospace Technology Center


Southern University operates an Airframe and Power Plant School, which provides certification for aircraft mechanics.

Fixed Base Operators


The Fixed Base Operators at Downtown Airport is Tubreaux Aviation.

Restaurant


Tempo Eatery is opening soon!

Experimental Aircraft Association

The local chapter of the EAA, Chapter 343, is based at DTN.
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Shreveport Ninety-Nines


The Ninety-Nines is the international organization of women pilots that promotes advancement of aviation through education, scholarships, and mutual support while honoring our unique history and sharing our passion for flight.
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DTN Opening 1931

Airport Terminal Building Opening. 1931

DTN Open House

1971 Terminal Open House

DTN Planes