Neillsville is located at the intersection of U.S. Highway 10 and State Highway 73 in central Wisconsin’s Clark County.  Distance to Interstate 94 is approximately 29 miles to the west at Osseo or the same distance to the southeast at Black River Falls.

Rail:  None

Air:  Neillsville Municipal Airport

Neillsville Municipal Airport (Airport Identifier: KVIQ)
Elevation: 1237, Unicom: 122.8, Green Bay Flight Service: 124.4

The Neillsville Municipal Airport is located three miles east of the city on U.S. Highway 10 at Miller Avenue. The airport, set among rolling farm fields, is one of the newest in Wisconsin, having been constructed in 1973 with the help of the Wisconsin Dept. of Transportation.

The blacktop surface of runway 09/27 measures 3,400 feet in length by 60 feet wide. This length offers ample room for most single engine aircraft, twins, turbo prop and some small jet aircraft. The runway is well marked with paint that can be seen during the day and with lights at night. Pilot controlled lighting as well as Non-Directional Beacon (NDB) instrument approach, make this a very accessible airport year round.

The terminal building is open to the public and has restrooms, weathermation system and telephone access. Local taxi service and courtesy vehicles are available for transportation to and from the city’s lodging and restaurant facilities. Airplane tie-downs are also available.  If hangar space is needed, contact the Fixed Base Operator.

The Fixed Base Operator offers a complete range of on-site services: aircraft refueling (100LL and Auto); flight instruction and pilot examinations; aircraft sales, leasing or rental; and aircraft maintenance. Call (715) 743-4400 or (715) 743-4700 for further information. 

Nearest scheduled passenger and freight service is available at the Central Wisconsin Airport in Mosinee (60 miles) or Chippewa Valley Regional Airport in Eau Claire (45 miles).