Acadiana Regional Airport
Acadiana Regional Airport is a fully-certificated General Aviation Airport featuring an 8002-foot long, 200-foot wide concrete runway and fully-instrumented airfield, strategically situated in Iberia Parish, La. between the major markets of Houston and New Orleans.
With 1,200 shovel-ready acres available for development, including prime runway and taxiway frontage, the Airport Industrial Park is primed for expansion.
The southern-most airport north of the Gulf of Mexico on the Louisiana coast between Lake Charles and Houma, Acadiana Regional is home to more than 50 companies and 1750 employees, including the world’s largest provider of helicopter services with Air Logistics, a Bristow Company, whose regional headquarters and primary maintenance facility is located here, as well as companies like Aggreko, the global leader in the rental of power, temperature control and oil-free compressed air systems, and Avex, the world’s leader in aviation exterior painting. In addition, the University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s New Iberia Research Center, specializing in non-human primate research, is also near the industrial park.
Located just north of U.S. Highway 90 (the future Interstate 49 corridor) and just south of Louisiana Highway 182, the airport also features direct rail access, a 5,000-foot water runway for amphibious aircraft and a rail-to-truck offloading facility. And Acadiana Regional’s close proximity to the Port of Iberia and its 16-foot deep main navigation channel highlights the intermodal transportation available in Iberia Parish: by air, water, rail or ground, you can send or receive materials and products for your business through the Acadiana Regional Airport. To visit the airport’s website, click here.