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Welcome to the City of Scottsboro Airport. You can view photos of the airport, pilot stats, and important links on this page.

Scottsboro Municipal Airport is a 236-acre general aviation airport which plays a direct part in the economic development and growth of Scottsboro and the surrounding area. The airport is home to 23 T-hangars, an 8,000 square foot hangar occupied by piston and turbine engine experts Martin Aviation for all aircraft maintenance needs, and additional airport construction imminent as the city of Scottsboro and its aviation needs continue to grow.

12-month traffic/operations count for period of April 2022-April 2023 was 7,187 aircraft operations for an average of 20 operations per day 80% of those being general aviation and 20% being corporate.

30 Aircraft are based here at Scottsboro Municipal airport with 3 multi-engine aircraft and 27 single engine aircraft.

Airport Amenities

The FBO and airport staff provides pilots, passengers, and visitors with accommodations. The facility has a:

  • Conference room
  • Pilot’s lounge
  • Vending and Kitchen area
  • Wi-Fi connection
  • Common area

Additional features of Scottsboro’s Municipal Airport include full service fueling services with 100LL and Jet-A available with perimeter fencing to ensure runway and airport security and safety.

Runway & Weather System

A runway of 5,240 feet, 80 feet wide and RNAV Instrument Approach Procedures, Scottsboro Municipal Airport can accommodate business and private jets, as well as government and military aircraft. The runway lighting system consists of Pilot Controlled Lighting, Runway End Identifier (REIL) Lights and Precision Approach Path Indicator (PAPI) Lights. The airport has an Automated Weather Observing System (AWOS) on frequency 120.125, that provides continuous, real-time information and reports on airport weather conditions such as wind speed and direction, sky conditions, temperature, dew points, and altimeter setting as well as precipitation. The local Common Traffic Advisory Frequency (CTAF) is 123.0.

Pilot Stats

2 miles Northeast of City of Scottsboro

Field Elevation – 650 ft. MSL

Traffic Pattern Altitude – 1,450 ft. MSL

Runways 04/22 – 5,240 ft x 80 ft. asphalt

Traffic pattern 04 – Right traffic 22- Left traffic

Unicom and CTAF Frequency 123.0, AWOS 120.125

Runway lighting – MIRL preset low, Pilot activated control on CTAF, REIL and PAPI.

Charts- Atlanta Sectional, IFR Low Altitude Chart L-18

Hours Attended- 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily except Christmas and New Years Day

Airport Links

Pilot Weather

Check the weather in our area.

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Air EVAC Information

Check Air EVAC information for our area.

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Information from the FAA

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Aircraft Owners and Pilot Association

Get information on Pilot equipment and association guidelines.

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