Inside the terminal at Scott County Airport.

Inside the terminal at Scott County Airport.

“The Scott County Airport has made it possible for me to live in Huntsville and to carry on my activities across the state, the nation and around the world. I have based a plane there for most of the last 40 years…it is an invaluable asset to our community.” — U.S. Sen. Howard H. Baker, Jr.

Scott County Airport is a vital part of the region’s economic community. The airport features a 5,502 by 75 ft. asphalt runway with a state-of-the-art terminal and recently constructed hangar.

The airport offers Chevron aviation fuel (see prices below) during regular business hours, plus after hours service by prior arrangement.

Aircraft parking (ramp or tiedown), courtesy transportation, courtesy cars, a pilot’s lounge/snooze room, passenger lounge, public telephone, computerized weather and Internet access are offered.

The airport is located four miles west of Oneida, near the border of the Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area. The surrounding Airport Industrial Park offers industrial sites for business clients and the Big South Fork Air Park is adjacent to the airport.

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Fuel Prices

100LL Avgas (self service): $3.95
Jet A (full service): $3.61
Jet A (self service): $3.90
As of Feb. 25, 2016

After Hours Service

The Scott County Airport is attended 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 12:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday, except for Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. For after hours attendance, call (423) 223-4331.

AirPark

The Big South Fork Airpark adjacent to the Scott County Airport offers upscale home sites with access to hangars, the airport and equestrian stables.

» www.bigsouthforkairpark.com

» Read more about the AirPark from Plane & Pilot Magazine