Albertville Regional Airport-Thomas J Brumlik Field is a public-use airport located in Marshall County, Alabama. It is owned by the City of Albertville and serves the surrounding area. The airport has one runway and is used for general aviation purposes. It is also home to a number of businesses, including a flight school, aircraft maintenance, and charter services. The airport is named after Thomas J. Brumlik, a local aviator who was killed in a plane crash in the area in the 1950s.
Albertville Regional Airport-Thomas J Brumlik Field is located in Albertville, Alabama. Nearby cities include Guntersville, Boaz, Arab, and Gadsden. Nearby airports include Huntsville International Airport (HSV), Northwest Alabama Regional Airport (MSL), and Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport (BHM).
FAA ID: 8A0
Size: small airport
Elevation: 1032 feet