July 25, 2017 Update

All 31 airstrips managed by Idaho Aeronautics will remain open and available during the eclipse event. However, we reserve the right to close any state airport deemed necessary.

Our goal is to maintain safe operations around the airports.

In preparation for the solar eclipse on Aug. 21, the Division of Aeronautics is taking steps to maintain safety and accessibility for pilots. Eclipse chasers from around the world are expected to descend on parts of Southern Idaho where summer skies will provide incredible viewing opportunities.

If you plan to view the eclipse from an Idaho State Airstrip between the dates of Aug 19-22, please consider the following:

PLAN AHEAD

STATE-MANAGED AIRPORTS IN THE ECLIPSE PATH

AIRPORT CAMPING RULES

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

To learn more about what’s happening in Idaho, please visit:

You can also call the Division of Aeronautics at 208-334-8775.

Join the conversation using #idahoeclipse2017.