Reeder Flying Service
In 2012 Reeder Flying Service was purchased by three local businessmen
David R. Price
Jack M. Hunsaker
We look forward to continued growth in the area and doing business at the Twin Falls airport.
Charles T. Reeder Tribute
The Joslin Field, Magic Valley Regional Airport is a non-hub commercial service airport. The airport is operated, maintained and developed by the city and county of Twin Falls, Idaho.
The Joslin Field, Magic Valley Regional Airport (TWF) serves Idaho’s Magic Valley and south central Idaho through all facets of aviation: general aviation, commercial airlines, military and air cargo. The airport is located in Twin Falls, Idaho, approximately 130 miles east of Boise, Idaho and just minutes away from the College of Southern Idaho and the Snake River Canyon.
The airport is currently served by scheduled passenger service to Salt Lake City by SkyWest Airlines, a Delta Connection partner with three daily flights.
The airport is located approximately three miles south of downtown Twin Falls, situated on approximately 1,800 acres of land and is located within the county of Twin Falls, Idaho. The airport has two runways. The primary instrument runway is 8703 ft. in length by 150 ft. wide.
Located in Twin Falls Idaho Reeder Flying Service was founded in 1941 by Charles T. Reeder. His aviation innovations led the way in many areas and has left a lasting impression on the aviation community and the magic valley.
Over the past 70 years the company has evolved from a home grown crop dusting operation to a full service FBO and helicopter charter company.
Reeder Flying Service has always made it's top priority it's customers and friends and is always looking for areas to grow and build upon relationships.