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Airport Advertising

Reach First-Class Customers at COS 

The Colorado Springs Airport terminal offers a wide array of advertising opportunities at varying investment levels. For more information on how to reach nearly 1 million affluent passengers each year via our advertising program, please contact:

Mary Beth Burichin
Advertising Specialist
719-550-1905
Mary.Burichin@coloradosprings.gov

Air Service Development

Airlines and/or companies wishing to learn more information about the Colorado Springs Airport may contact the following airport representative:

Greg Phillips, Director of Aviation
Colorado Springs Airport
7770 Milton E. Proby Parkway, Suite 50
Colorado Springs, CO 80916

Phone: (719) 550-1910
Fax: (719) 550-1901
Greg.Phillips@coloradosprings.gov

Concession Opportunities

The Colorado Springs Airport enters into multi-year contracts to provide primary services such as food & beverage, retail, banking and pay phones. These opportunities are periodically open for renewal and are awarded through the a bid process established by the City of Colorado Springs, (learn more about the city's Procurement Services). For additional information on concession opportunities at the airport, please contact:

Troy Stover
Colorado Springs Airport
7770 Milton E. Proby Parkway, Suite 50
Colorado Springs, CO 80916

Phone: (719) 550-1967
Fax: (719) 550-1901
Troy.Stover@coloradosprings.gov

Economic Opportunities

Download the “Economic Incentives” Brochure

"We are excited to offer this brief overview of our remarkable Airport and the recent changes that have taken place in our corporate and general aviation business climate.

In 2014, city and regional leaders took an aggressive approach to revitalizing the Colorado Springs Airport as an economic driver for the Pikes Peak Region. This brochure outlines those initiatives- incentive programs offered to support business development, encourage job growth and enhance economic vitality at COS.

As a regional asset, our community is committed to the success of our corporate and general aviation sector. We invite you to explore all the benefits of working with the vibrant aviation community at COS and enjoy all Colorado has to offer in the process."

-Mayor John Suthers, City of Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs Airport provides tax credits and performance-based incentive programs through the City of Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Pikes Peak Rural Transportation Authority (PPRTA) and the State of Colorado.

Commercial Aeronautical Zone (CAZ)

Aviation Development Zone (ADZ)

Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ)

Enterprise Zone (EZ)

Incentives from the Colorado Office of Economic Development &International Trade (OEDIT)

Opportunity Zone (Federal Tax Incentive)

Engineering Projects

The Colorado Springs Airport maintains the infrastructure of the airport. Projects often involve design and construction of facilities. If interested in obtaining information regarding upcoming projects, please refer to the City of Colorado Springs RFP System pages.

Ground Transportation Provider Opportunities

No person may operate a commercial ground transportation vehicle at the Airport without a valid written permit from the Aviation Director and a transponder assigned to each vehicle that will be used on Airport property

For more information, please contact the Airport Operations Office at (719) 550-1955.

Airport Operation Office hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday
excluding holidays.

  • Revenue generating Commercial Ground Transportation Providers must a have State PUC (Public Utilities Commission) Operating Authority when required AND be in good standing and registered with the Secretary of State before applying for an Airport Operating permit.
  • Click on links below for Ground Transportation Provider Rules and Regulations, Insurance Requirements Permit Application and more.

These files are available for view or download in Adobe Acrobat format. "Get Adobe Reader®" here

Tenant Improvement Request Form and Guidelines

For tenant improvement requests, fill out the form below.

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise

DBE Program 2021-2023 Goal  Methodology

DBE Program 2021-2023

Overall DBE Three-Year Goal Methodology

 

Name of Recipient: The Colorado Springs Airport

Overall Three-Year Goal: 4.62%, to be accomplished through 3.23% RC and 1.39% RN

Total dollar amount to be expended on DBEs: $1,010,204

 

Describe the Number and Type of Contracts that the airport anticipates awarding:

Contracts Fiscal Year 2021

  1. Taxiway B Rehabilitation (B1-B5) - Design
     

Contract Fiscal Year 2022

  1. Taxiway B Rehabilitation (B1-B5) - Construction
  2. Taxiway A Re-alignment - Design
  3. Airport Master PlanA plan for the development of a portion of the city that contains proposed land uses, a generalized transportation system, and the relationship of the area included in the plan to surrounding property.

 

Contract Fiscal Year 2023

  1. Taxiway A Re-alignment - Construction
  2. Taxiway B Rehabilitation (B5-E) - Design

FY-2022 $10,102,050.90

FY-2023 $11,311,627.50

Total $37,445,453.10

Overall Three-Year Goal: 4.62%, to be accomplished through 3.23% RC and 1.39% RN

Total dollar amount to be expended on DBEs: $1,729,223.71

Describe the Number and Type of Contracts that the airport anticipates awarding:

Contracts Fiscal Year 2021

  1. Runway 17R/35L Rehab – Construction
  2. Taxiway B Rehabilitation - Design

Contract Fiscal Year 2022

  1. Taxiway B Rehabilitation - Construction
  2. Taxiway A Re-alignment - Design
  3. Airport Master Plan

Contract Fiscal Year 2023

  1. Taxiway A Re-alignment - Construction

Taxiway B Rehabilitation – Design: