Taylor Municipal Airport

Taylor Municipal Airport is located on Highway 79 North West of Taylor. The Airport is an important component of economic development for the City of Taylor and the region. The Texas Department of Transportation Aviation Division has classified the airport as a general utility business service airport. Airport rules and regulations are available here.

Airport fly-in events are scheduled several times a year and include aircraft from all over the region. For additional information on these events contact David Cornelius or call the Airport at 512-352-5747.

More detailed Taylor Municipal Airport information can be obtained from AIRNAV and general airport information can also be found by visiting the Texas Department of Transportation - Aviation Division.


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Airport Advisory Board

The Airport Advisory Board is a 7 member city board that makes recommendations to the City Council regarding the operations of the municipal airport. Their input ensures that the airport meets the needs of the City and the flying community. This Board meets the third Tuesday of each month.

Airport News

A big thank you to everyone who attended the Airport Information Meeting last night. A copy of the slide presentation is available below.
 Airport Presentation

Airport Information Meeting - Sep 21, 2016  6-8 p.m.  Taylor Library

Please attend the Airport Information Meeting on Wednesday, September 21st from 6-8 p.m. at the Taylor Library. We will discuss the upcoming TXDoT runway/taxiway pavement rehabilitation, T-hangar construction and perimeter fencing projects (see news release below) and how these projects will impact operations at the Airport. Please come join us on the 21st!
August 17, 2016
Taylor Municipal Airport Recipient of $2.9 Million TxDOT Grant
TAYLOR, Texas – The Taylor Municipal Airport has been awarded a Texas Department of Transportation airport improvement grant, acting on behalf of the Federal Aviation Administration, in the amount of $2,918,200 to fund pavement and hangar improvements.
"I am honored to help provide this important funding to the Taylor Municipal Airport," said U.S. Rep. John R. Carter, Texas District 31. "This grant will be a great boost to the Taylor economy, and help to ensure that the Taylor Municipal Airport continues to serve our community at the highest standard of excellence."
Project improvements provided by this grant will include rehabilitating runways, taxiways and adding 12 unit T-hangars which will help to narrow down the waiting list for hangar space.
“We are pleased to have been selected as recipients of this grant which will enable us to properly maintain and improve our runway and taxiway pavement areas,” said David Cornelius, Taylor Airport Manager. “It will also provide substantial assistance in the construction of a new 12 unit T-hangar and will contribute to upgraded security through the installation of perimeter fencing.”
The City of Taylor has established a long-range, 10-year financial plan for the airport in order to enhance its sustainability and efficiency for many years to come. These initial improvements are a part of the overall plan for more than $8 million worth of capital improvements as outlined in the City’s 5-year Community Investment Plan (CIP).
Jesse Ancira, Jr., Mayor of Taylor, said, “We are grateful to our partners at the Texas Department of Transportation and the Federal Aviation Administration for this grant funding that will provide for much needed improvements to the Taylor Municipal Airport and we look forward to the completion of these projects.”
The Taylor Municipal Airport is one of 294 public use airports in Texas and manages more than 1000 operations per month. In 2012, it was estimated that the airport’s impact on the Taylor economy exceeded $4 million annually.

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