The City of Del Rio owns and manages the Del Rio International Airport. The Airport has been a Part 139 Certified Federal Aviation Airport since February 2005.
An airport advisory board composed of seven members appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council, serves as an advisory board to monitor the development and operations of the airport. The airport is classified by the FAA as a commercial, primary, non-hub airport.
Airport Usage Fees
Fees listed are for transient aircrafts. There are no fees for DRT based aircraft, Federal or State agencies.
|Max Take-Off Gross Weight||Ramp Fee||Overnight|
|Over 20,000 lbs - 29,999 lbs||$100||$30|
|Over 30,000 lbs - 59,999 lbs||$200||$40|
|Over 60,000 lbs - 89,999 lbs||$300||$80|
|Over 90,000 lbs||$450||$100|
Unmanned Aircraft Systems
The Economic Impact of the Del Rio International Airport (DRT) is a study prepared by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute and CDM Smith with assistance from KSA Engineers. October 2018.