Colorado Division of Aeronautics

The mission of the CDOT Division of Aeronautics is to support Colorado's multi-modal transportation system by advancing a safe, efficient, and effective statewide aviation system through collaboration, investment, and advocacy.
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Brian Beatty flies his 2022 EAA AirVenture Oshkosh Lindy Bronze Kit Champion RV-7 with the Division's Aviation Education & Outreach Specialist Hetty Carlson over Twin Lakes located south of Leadville, Colorado, and Colorado's highest 14er, Mount Elbert. Photo by Shahn G. Sederberg

Our Mission

The mission of the CDOT Division of Aeronautics is to support Colorado's multi-modal transportation system by advancing a safe, efficient, and effective statewide aviation system through collaboration, investment, and advocacy.

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The 2021 Annual Report

This is a comprehensive report outlining the financial performance of the Colorado Division of Aeronautics with regards to the Colorado Discretionary Aviation Grant Program and aviation fuel tax disbursements to Colorado public-use airports. The report also gives specific information about other important aviation initiatives administered by the Division, including the State Infrastructure Bank, Airport Capital Improvement Program, the Colorado Remote Tower Project, and the Colorado Mountain AWOS & Weather Camera Program.