Airport

Black Hills Airport – Clyde Ice Field (SPF) was dedicated in 1934 at its current location and serves the Northern Black Hills including Spearfish, Lead and Deadwood.  SPF is the largest general aviation airport west of the Missouri River in South Dakota based on the number of based aircraft.  The airport is owned by the City of Spearfish and managed on-site by the airport’s Fixed Base Operator, Eagle Aviation Inc.

The City of Spearfish is in the process of completing an Airport Master Plan which will lay the ground-work for future development of the airport and the establishment of a paved crosswind runway.  To get information about the Airport Master Plan and provide comments please visit:  www.spearfishairportplan.com 

Public Notice regarding proposed Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (PDF)


Airport Tenants

Eagle Aviation – Fixed Base Operator
http://www.eagleaviationinc.com

Black Hills Aero – Specialized Aviation Service Operator
http://blackhillsaero.com

Civil Air Patrol – Spearfish (Lookout Mountain Composite Squadron
https://lookoutmountain.cap.gov

Rules & Regulations

Airport Rules and Regulations - 2019 (PDF)

Minimum Standards

Airport Minimum Standards (PDF)

Links

AirNav Page on SPF
http://www.airnav.com/airport/SPF

Spearfish Air Show – 1938 from South Dakota Public Broadcasting
https://www.sdpb.org/blogs/images-of-the-past/spearfish-air-show-ca-1938

Clyde Ice history from South Dakota Hall of Fame
 https://sdexcellence.org/Clyde_Ice_1979

Western Airlines Flight Schedule 1956