Terrell Aviation, Inc.
8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
After hours: 972.835.5395
Terrell Airport Food
Enjoy these food trucks
at the airport from
11:00 AM– 2:00 PM on these
Saturdays in May:
May 9 – Rockn’ Ricks and Texas Burrito Company
May 16 – Rockn’ Ricks and Ruthies Rolling Café
May 23 – Yummy Pizza and The Butcher’s Son
Welcome to Terrell Municipal Airport
Municipal Airport is a public access airport owned by the City of
Terrell. The airport offers a wide range of services for commercial
and private aviation within Class G airspace. Its location at the
junction of I-20, US Hwy 80, and SH 34 makes the airport easily
accessible from both east Texas and the Dallas metroplex without
the air traffic and congestion of the metroplex airports.
The Airport Industrial Park adjacent to the field is home to a
diverse corporate community, including a number of Fortune 500 companies.
Lodging, dining, shopping, and recreational activities offer a wide
range of amenities for visitors.
The airport is an integral part of the Terrell community, providing
facilities for corporate aviation, recreational flying, flight training,
and aerial inspections. The city hosts an annual fly-in at the airport.
operations, including local general aviation, transient general
aviation, and air taxi, average 70 per day. The airport operates
one asphalt runway, 17/35, which is 5,006 feet long and 75 feet
Terrell Aviation, the fixed based operator (FBO), handles all airport
operations during normal business hours. The Terrell Airport Board
and city administration oversee airport infrastructure and systems.
Terrell Municipal Airport is also the site of the No. 1 British
Flight Training School (No. 1 BFTS), the first US location to host
flight training for the Royal Air Force during WWII. An on-site
museum commemorates the history of this British-American collaboration.
Use our links to learn more about airport
features and services. We look forward
to serving you.
Major William F. Long Terminal Building
Airport Services Tenant
Information Business Park
Pilot Information Heritage
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