Suwannee County Airport located in Suwannee County in northern Florida, approximately 85 miles west of Jacksonville and 80 miles east of Tallahassee. The primary access to the Airport from the north and south is Interstate 75, while Interstate 10 provides primary access from the east and west. Other roads in the vicinity include US Route 90, State Route 51, and County Road 136.

Existing Facilities

Suwannee County Airport has one runway, Runway 07/25, 4,000 feet long and 75 feet wide. The runway is asphalt and in fair condition. The runway is served by a full length parallel taxiway. The airport has a 2,000-square foot FBO general aviation terminal building. There are 25 parking spaces for automobiles. The aircraft parking ramp is quite large and has approximately 30 tie-down spaces. There is a fueling point for the aircraft, current fuel available is AVgas 100LL.


Suwannee County Airport serves the basic needs of general aviation. The largest planes that use the airport are King Air and Gulfstream jets. Eight of the based aircraft use tie-downs, and twenty-nine are stored in hangars. The airport plans to add 48 T-hangars in the future. The current Airport Reference Code (ARC) for the airport is B-II. It should be noted that FDOT records for this airport show 25 based aircraft for 2002.




Contact Information

Bill Harden, Airport Manager
Telephone: 386-362-4200
Cell: 386-688-3933


Hours of Operation
Monday-Friday: 8am-5pm

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