John H. Batten Airport code (RAC)

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John H. Batten Airport is located 3 km northwest of the central business district of Racine, a city in Racine County, Wisconsin, United States, North America. The airport was founded in 1941 by Carlyle Godske on roughly 160 acres (65 ha) of land purchased from local businessman J.A. Horlick. For most of its history, the airport was known as Racine-Horlick Field, but on September 5, 1989, the name was changed to John H. Batten Field. John H. Batten was one of the airport's early founders and supporters as well as the longtime CEO of Racine's Twin Disc, Inc.

Airport Information

Airport Name: John H. Batten Airport
Airport Keywords: Batten Intl
Airport (IATA) Code: RAC


City: Racine
State: Wisconsin
Continent: North America
Full Location: Racine, WI, United States


Latitude: 42.758927
Longitude: -87.820460
Elevation: 677 (Feet)

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