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Brewton Municipal Airport

Brewton Municipal Airport is a city-owned public-use airport located 3 nautical miles (6 km) south of the central business district of Brewton. 

Originally constructed by the U.S. Navy during World War II as an auxiliary field to the Naval Air Station Pensacola complex, it was later re-designated as Navy Outlying Landing Field (NOLF) Brewton before being conveyed to the city of Brewton as a public use facility. Although under civilian ownership, the airfield still functions concurrently as NOLF Brewton and is used by Navy training aircraft located at Naval Air Station Whiting Field, Florida.

The City and the U.S. Navy has renewed a 25-year agreement for this joint use operation.

The Airport has two active runways for Civilian use.  Runway 6/24 at 5136 feet in length and 150 feet wide and is for daylight use only with GPS approaches. Runway 12/30 at 5001 feet in length, 150 feet wide and is lighted for night landings with VOR and GPS approaches. Runway 12/30 also has PAPI landing approach aids. 

The airport has an AWAS weather reporting station on the field that may be accessed by phone at    (251) 809-2987 or by cockpit radio at 119.325.

The airport maintenance hanger offers A&P and AI aircraft maintenance.  There are 20 rental hangers and ample outdoor tie downs on the airport ramp.  Both Jet Fuel & AV Gas are offered on the airport ramp.  The FBO has a loaner crew car that may be used for transportation into town.  The FBO pilots lounge has restrooms, TV, internet and a flight planning or nap room. 

For individuals or businesses in search of an airport location for an aviation related business, the Brewton Airport has a 25-acre site that is listed in the State and County industrial expansion inventory.

The mission of the Brewton Airport is to provide a friendly, full-service port of entry to the City Brewton.