Bolton Field is a public airport 13 km southwest of Columbus, in Franklin County, Ohio. Bolton Field opened on October 24, 1970, a day after Franklin County Common Pleas Court rejected a move by a nearby private airport (located on Darby Dan Farm) to stop it. The airport is named after long-time Port Columbus International Airport Superintendent Francis A. “Jack” Bolton, honored posthumously when the city dedicated the airfield to him at its opening.
Airport Name: Bolton Field
Airport Keywords: Bolton Field
Airport (IATA) Code: TZR
Country: United States (US)
Full Location: Columbus, OH, United States
Elevation: 903 (Feet)
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