The Kenosha Regional Airport (ENW) has been serving the needs of general and corporate aviation since it's construction in 1958. The 900 plus acre facility is owned and operated by the City of Kenosha, and is one of the busiest airports in Wisconsin. Kenosha Regional is also a designated reliever airport for corporate, freight, and general aviation activity for the Milwaukee/Chicago corridor. Kenosha Airport traffic is controlled and regulated by Air Traffic Control Tower Staff from 7:00 a.m. through 9:00 p.m. daily. Kenosha Regional is currently home to more than 270 based aircraft, more than any other airport in Wisconsin. As of 2015, 52 hangar leases are managed and enforced by the airport, consisting of 200 T hangars, nine aviation service businesses, four flight schools, several corporate departments, and two Fixed Base Operators (FBO's). The airfield is configured with 3 runways. The main runway, 7L-25R, measures 5,499 feet long by 100 feet wide. Runway 15-33 is 4,400 feet long by 100 feet wide, and 7R-25L comes in at 3,300 feet long by 75 feet wide. The 2016 Kenosha Regional Airport staff will consist of one full time Director, one Supervisor of Operations, two full time and three part time Airport Maintenance Technicians, and one part time Administrative Secretary. The staff is responsible for managing airport development, leasing of airport property, and maintenance of all airport owned buildings, grounds, and the airfield itself.