Cook Field, between Derby and Rose Hill, is one of nine airports that will receive grants from the Kansas Airport Improvement Program.
The Kansas Department of Transportation said in a news release Thursday that the 59-year-old general aviation airport will receive a $208,250 grant to relocate a fuel system and construct a ramp.
The funding comes from the second phase of the 2017 Kansas Airport Improvement Program. The second phase includes $2.7 million in KAIP funding for projects at nine airports costing an estimated $3.1 million. Under the program, airports must provide matching funding ranging from 5 to 50 percent.
The eight other airports receiving grants are in Anthony, Herrington, LaCrosse, Lawrence, Lyons, Pleasanton, Wakeeney and Stafford.