The Searcy County Airport in Arkansas is a public-use airport located in the city of Marshall. It is owned by the Searcy County Airport Commission and is used for general aviation. The airport has one runway and is equipped with a terminal building, fuel services, and a control tower. It is also home to a variety of aircraft, including single-engine, multi-engine, and jet aircraft. The airport is served by several airlines, including American Eagle, Delta Connection, and United Express. The airport is also home to a variety of businesses, including a flight school, aircraft maintenance, and a restaurant. The airport is a great asset to the local community, providing transportation and economic opportunities.
Searcy County Airport is located in Marshall, Arkansas. Nearby cities include Leslie, Pleasant Plains, and Pindall. Nearby airports include Harrison Boone County Airport (HRO) in Harrison, Arkansas, Ozark Regional Airport (WMH) in Mountain Home, Arkansas, and Boone County Airport (HRO) in Harrison, Arkansas.
FAA ID: 4A5
Size: small airport
Elevation: 963 feet