Beauregard Regional Airport (IATA: DRI, ICAO: KDRI, FAA LID: DRI) is a public use airport in Beauregard Parish, Louisiana, United States. It is owned by Beauregard Parish and is located three nautical miles (6 km) southwest of the central business district of De Ridder, Louisiana. The airport serves the general aviation community, with no scheduled commercial airline service.
BEAUREGARD REGIONAL AIRPORT HISTORY
The present Beauregard Regional Airport has a long and colorful history, which began prior to its use as an airfield. The airport property includes most of what was once the Graybow Community. In 1912 Graybow was an active community and the location of the Galloway Sawmill.
The sawmill had been built along the Santa Fe Railroad tracks with the planer mill on one side of the tracks and the big mill, commissary, and office on the other side of the tracks.
BEAUREGARD REGIONAL AIRPORT LOCATION
Beauregard Regional Airport (IATA: DRI, ICAO: KDRI, FAA LID: DRI) is a public use airport in Beauregard Parish, Louisiana, United States.
BEAUREGARD REGIONAL AIRPORT FACTS
Elevation: 202 ft.
Runway length available: 04/22 4500×150 ft. :: 09/27 4501×150 ft. :: 14/32 4220×60 ft. :: 18/36 5495×100 ft.