Discover the numbers behind Georgetown’s Airport
Opened in November 1945, Georgetown Municipal Airport (KGTU) is operated by the City of Georgetown to serve general, corporate, and recreational aviation. As the Georgetown area has grown, services have grown, too, to include aviation fuel, avionics sales and service, aircraft maintenance, and flight training.
The airport provides overnight tie-down services for visitors as well as use of a courtesy car, and the terminal boasts modern amenities such as a flight planning room, wireless Internet access, a public lounge, a snack and drink area, and restrooms. An Automated Weather Observing System (AWOS) provides current surface weather conditions. There are two self-service pumps for avgas plus bulk-loading dispensers for avgas and jet fuel. Find out more at airport.georgetown.org.
Economic impact (2010 study)
Number of employees
5,000 and 4,100
Lengths of the runways in feet
Number of operations per month
Airplanes based at airport
Companies offering services at airport
Hours the control tower is staffed seven days a week