The Parma Airport is a community access airport located on the southeast side of the City, south of the Union Pacific Railroad Main Line on 29 acres owned by the City of Parma. The airport has a single runway which is 2700 feet long and 50 feet wide with an asphalt surface.
2018 was an exciting year for the airport! Parma is now the only city in Idaho that has installed a solar runway lighting system. The airport also was updated with a lighted wind sock and will be completed with a lighted beacon by the start of the new year.
There are nine tie down spaces and four hangars. At this time all hangars are currently occupied, however plans are currently being developed to add additional hangers. There is water, sewer, telephone, and electricity available.
Access to the airport is along Sand Road to Airport Road.
Nathan Leigh – Mayor
Larry Clinton – Community Member
Hans Gotsch – Community Member
Mike Hamby – Community Member
Bob Troxel – Community Member
Jim Smith – City Councilman