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Sheridan County Airport

Sheridan County Airport serves the Sheridan area with daily commuter services through Denver, Colorado.

  • No. of Runways: Two (2)
  • Runway length: 8,300 feet and 5,039 feet
  • Hours of Operation:
    • Commercial — 5:00 AM – 11:00 PM (approx)
    • Charter — 24-hour availability
  • Paved: Yes
  • Instruments: Yes (one runway)
  • Lights: Both runways
  • Air Cargo: FedEX and UPS

Excellent Charter and Private facilities are available at the Airport

Air Service Provided in Sheridan and Surrounding Areas

  • Sheridan:

Fly Sheridan Logo Final

Key Lime Air, dba Denver Air Connection

2 arrivals and 2 departures daily to Denver, CO

Bighorn Airways (charter airplane and helicopter services)

  • Billings:
    • Allegiant Air
    • Alaska Airlines
    • Delta Airlines
    • Cape Air
    • United Airlines
  • Casper:
    • Allegiant Air
    • United Airlines
    • Delta Airlines

Wyoming Department of Transportation Aeronautics Division: Links:

Wyoming Department of Transportation – Aeronautics Division

Wyoming Statewide Airport Economic Impact Study

State/Regional Interstate Highway System

Conveniently located adjacent to Interstate 90, the City of Sheridan is also 30 miles from the junction of Interstates 90 and 25. Sheridan is 125 miles southeast of Billings, Montana; 240 miles west of Rapid City, South Dakota; and 440 miles north of Denver, Colorado.

  • Sheridan is served by five motor freight carriers
  • Sheridan is served by one passenger/freight bus service
  • Intracity and Intercity courier services are available
  • Highways serving Sheridan County: I-90, US 14 & 14A, US 87
  • Within 35 miles is I-90/I-25 intersection
  • (I-25 is a north/south Interstate highway connecting I-90 and I-80)


Sheridan is served by the Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad.

  • Operator: Burlington Northern Santa Fe
  • Piggyback Service: Yes
  • Frequency of switching service: Daily
  • Number of daily trains: 25-30 average


2012 Feasibility Study for Safe Efficient Rail Traffic Executive Summary