Airport for aerospace & defense

As part of the Discovery Park District, XCenter offers aerospace facilities and is adjacent to the two-nautical mile Purdue University Airport. The grounds include two runways, a system of parallel taxiways, an apron area, two passenger terminal buildings, “T” hangars and parking.
Purdue University Airport
“The Purdue University Airport opened in November 1930 as the first university-owned airport in the country. Also located at the airport are academic buildings serving the Aviation Technology program.” – Purdue University
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