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McKellar-Sipes Regional Airport is located in the geographical Centre of West Tennessee. It has daily scheduled regional airline service and meets the exact same FAA safety and security requirements as much bigger facilities. Airline service is provided by American Airlines regional carrier, Regions Air with two daily flights to and from the St. Louis International Airport. Convenient, free parking is situated just a short distance from the terminal building.
The airport was established by the U.S. Government in 1941 as a military aviation training center and was given to the City of Jackson and Madison County after WWII for civilian use. Over the years additional land has been bought, now totaling over 800 acres. All airport property is owned jointly by the City of Jackson and Madison County.
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The airport has daily scheduled regional airline service and meets the same FAA safety and security requirements as much larger facilities. It has a 6,000-foot grooved-surface primary runway with a category 1 instrument landing system and a 3,500-foot secondary runway. The airport control tower is operated from 7:00 A.M. until 7:00 P.M. daily under the FAA Contract Tower Program using FAA certified controllers. Remote airport advisories are available during times when the tower is closed.
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