The Albertville Regional Airport contributes greatly to the economic development and stability of northeast Alabama. The airport is home to the Alabama Aviation College, BAE Systems, RainAir Aviation and Mid-South Aviation along with six corporate hangers and thirty-six T-hangers with additional construction imminent. The airport averages approximately 4,000 operations per year with 80% of those operations being corporate in nature. In addition, a 20 acre Technology Park adjacent to the airport us under development.
Thomas J. Brumlik Field offers many amenities. With a runway of 6,117 ft. long, 100 ft. wide and RNAV Instrument Approach Procedures, Albertville Regional Airport can accommodate business and private jets. The runway lighting system consists of Pilot Control Lighting, Runway End Identifier (REIL) Lights and Precision Approach Path Indicator (PAPI) Lights. The airport also has an Automated Weather Observing System (AWOS), giving pilots the sky conditions, visibility, barometric pressure, wind conditions and density altitude of the airfield. Common traffic approach frequency is 123.0.
The airport houses approximately 60 aircrafts in hanger space, and has tie down space for 40 aircraft. A terminal facility and airport staff provides pilots, passengers, and visitors with accommodations to relax during layovers and refueling. The facility has Wi-Fi connection, a pilot's lounge, conference room, and vending area. Additional features of the Albertville Regional Airport include a fueling system with 100 LL Aviation Gas and Jet-A fuel and perimeter fencing for security and runway safety.
7 a.m. - Dusk, Monday - Saturday
12 p.m. - Dusk, Sundays
Closed Christmas Day, New Years Day