|Lawrenceburg-Lawrence County Airport|
The Lawrenceburg/Lawrence County Airport has the mission of serving general aviation and commercial customers with personal and professional service.
Fuel services are available (Avgas/100LL and JetA fuel), attended daily from 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. To inquire about fuel prices, please click here. The Airport runway is 5,003 ft. long and 100 ft. wide. The runway strength is 25,000 lbs maximum weight for single-wheel airplanes and 37,000 lbs for dual-wheel airplanes.
Looking for weekend or vacation relaxation? Find us at k2m2, and fly in for lunch, sight-seeing, and some antique shopping! The airport has T-Hangars, a community hangar, and tie-downs available for rent. Friendly people and a first-class facility await you; store your aircraft in Lawrenceburg, and make this your home base!
Do you have business in the area? You will find the airport is well-equipped to receive corporate jets. Courtesy vehicles are available to help you reach your final destination quickly and easily. A pilot's lounge and planning area offer comfort plus access to weather information. Several local industries rely on the Lawrenceburg/Lawrence County Airport to receive flights from corporate offices.
Thinking about flight lessons? Flight instruction is available through the airport, from single-instrument to commercial. Also, the Airport reaches out to the community with educational programs and events to share the world of aviation with people of all ages. Many programs and events are scheduled for the coming year.
Education & Events:
Education is an important community service of the Airport. There are many careers available in aviation - commercial, private, and military - and local children and teachers enjoy the opportunity to reinforce math, science, and English skills as they learn the basics of flight. Many of these activities involve participation by the National Guard, Boy Scouts, Experimental Aircraft Association, AOPA, and others.
The following programs are available through the Lawrenceburg/Lawrence County Airport:
Children's Programs - for each age group, simulating the flight experience for small children - including weather checks, safety, and more.
Aviation Explorer Group - The Explorer Post 263 is a branch of the Boy Scouts. It is open to both male and female high school-age students. The meetings teach the basics of aerodynamics and flight; they also help with career planning. Students go to air shows and on field trips. Pilots and other aviation groups participate in this endeavor.
Career Fair - Giving 8th grade students an opportunity to ask experts in aviation about scholarships and careers available in this exciting and growing field. Students talk with pilots - commercial, private, and military - plus air traffic controllers, airport managers, and more flight professionals. Many displays are available.
School Education - Working with area school teachers to illustrate how aviation uses math, science, English/reading, and other skills - while introducing children to the basics of aerodynamics and flight.
Young Eagles - A program established by the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) to introduce children ages 8 - 17 (including handicapped) to the world of aviation. Youngsters learn about flight procedures, take a flight with an experienced pilot, ask questions about aviation, and learn about scholarships and careers in aviation. Each student receives a certificate, and students' names go into the world's largest log book.
We are always adding new activities for the community. Please call Faye Green for more information: 931/762-5133.
Drive-in: Take Hwy. 64 East five miles from Lawrenceburg. Turn left onto Lone Star Road. Turn right onto Airport Drive. (Follow Airport signs.) Restaurants, lodging, and stores are located nearby.
Fly-in: Lawrenceburg, Tennessee 2m2