The Cape Girardeau Regional Airport is owned by the City of Cape Girardeau. Located approximately five miles from downtown Cape Girardeau, the airport is easily accessible from Interstate 55. Cape Girardeau Regional Airport is a full-service airport offering a wide range of services for all aviation types and is committed to enhancing the overall level of service to the traveling public and industry.

Please remember to arrive at least one hour before scheduled flight departure time. This is especially important during the morning flight. Thank you for your help, and thank you for flying CGI.
Airport Directions & Parking
From Interstate 55, take Exit 91 (MO AB). Turn right onto MO AB. Drive for 0.2 miles. Turn left onto Airport Road then right on Limbaugh Drive. 

Long and short-term parking is FREE! No need to register; simply park your vehicle in our lot in front of the terminal.

The City of Cape Girardeau has established a DBE program in accordance with USDOT.

  • Contact Info
  • 860 Limbaugh Drive Cape Girardeau, MO 63701
  • Telephone 573.334.6230
  • Email [email protected]

Airport Updates

Air Service Continues, New Provider Coming Soon

Take advantage of SkyWest "Farewell Fares" and fly to Chicago now as low as $79! Service will continue until Contour begins providing service to Nashville in October* 2022 or later.


TAXIWAY B Reconstruction

Estimated Duration: 105 Calendar Day, including 10-day closure of runway 10/28
Project Start:  September 7, 2022
10-Day Closure: October 3-13*
Project Completion: November 2022

Description:  Reconstruct Taxiway B with a new configuration, per FAA regulations, to prevent direct access from apron to active taxiway. 

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New Terminal Project

Request for Proposals issued: July 21, 2022

Proposal submission deadline: September 8, 2022

Description: Construction of a new 20,000 square foot facility adjacent to existing terminal building.

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Renderings (or any drawings) provided by Burns & McDonnell Engineering and Wellner Architects are not the final design direction. These documents are part of a Basis of Design study serving as a proof of concept based on the project programming narrative and documents.