Airplanes may be landing on artificial turf at the Pratt (KS) Regional Airport in the next few years, according to the Pratt Airport Authority Board. The product is Av Turf and would cost about $1 million to cover the proposed 4,500 feet crosswind runway at the airport, said Airport Manager Reid Bell. Funding would come from the airport's annual $150,000 entitlement money and it will take several years to set aside the necessary funds. The new runway would be just south of the existing runway and be at a slight angle difference to avoid the feed mill at Pratt Feeders out of the protection zone. It will also avoid cattle pens.