All Adams County buildings will be closed through April 19. CASP will have only minimum staffing to maintain operations. Key staff will be available via email and cell phone.
FBO operations will be limited to fueling related operations from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. daily and the Terminal will be closed to all other activities. Thank you for your patience and we will look forward to seeing you when we reopen.


Airspace procedures between DEN and KCFO are in place because the KCFO ATCT has management oversight by FAA Denver TRACON. On an IFR basis KCFO runways are treated as if they were an extension of DEN runways.

KCFO has a cutout in DEN's 10 nm Class B Airspace. The cutout provides VFR traffic with a means of departing KCFO to the east and south without entering Class B restriction. Additionally, DEN's airspace encompasses KCFO with a Class E Airspace, which restricts VFR traffic from operating when meteorological conditions are less than 1 mile and restricts VFR aircraft to 700' agl.

Class "B" Airspace
Controlled by Tracon
Class B Model

Please visit for the latest airspace status.