Media Resources

Rickenbacker Businesses

Several business segments exist at Rickenbacker, all operated or administered by the Columbus Regional Airport Authority.

Rickenbacker International Airport

Rickenbacker International Airport (LCK) is one of just a few cargo-dedicated airports in the world providing domestic and international air cargo service in the Columbus Region. Additionally, scheduled passenger service by Allegiant Airlines and passenger charters operate from the Rickenbacker Passenger Terminal.

2241 John Circle Drive, Columbus, OH 43217

Rickenbacker Int’l Airport

Foreign-Trade Zone 138

Foreign-Trade Zone 138 is a top 10 foreign trade zone in the value of goods admitted into the United States. It encompasses Rickenbacker International Airport, surrounding industrial parks and a 25-county service area in Central Ohio. The zone helps business, defer, reduce or eliminate U.S. Customs import duties.

7250 Star Check Drive, Suite 100, Columbus, OH 43217

FTZ138.com

Rickenbacker Aviation

This fixed-base operator (FBO) offers fueling and a variety of customized services for Rickenbacker International Airport’s commercial, corporate, general aviation and military customers.

7250 Star Check Drive, Suite 100, Columbus, OH 43217

Rickenbacker Aviation

 


Media contacts

CRAA media contact

CRAA (Columbus Regional Airport Authority)

 

Angie Tabor
Senior Manager, Enterprise Communications
614-239-4081 

Air cargo scheduled carriers

Passenger air carrier operating from Rickenbacker Passenger Terminal

Allegiant Airlines

allegiantair.com

Corporate Communications:
702-800-2020

Military - OANG

Ohio Air
National Guard (OANG)

http://www.121arw.ang.af.mil/

Stephanie Beougher
Public Information Officer
State of Ohio Adjutant General's Department (State Guard Office)
614-336-7369 (o) or 614-506-3490 (m)

Maj. Jody Schweickart
Wing Executive Officer, 121st Air Refueling Wing
614-492-4371

Emergency situations

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An airport emergency is an unexpected incident that triggers a real, perceived or possible threat to life, equipment, property, airport operations and/or the environment. In the event of an emergency, the Columbus Regional Airport Authority’s priorities will be safety of persons, protection of equipment and property.

Roles of various agencies during an emergency are summarized in this document along with important contact information:

Airport & Agency Emergency Roles (PDF)