About

Fairhope Airport Authority is a key technology and industrial development site in lower Alabama. The airport is located in Baldwin County, the fastest growing county in Alabama which expects a population growth of 64.9% between 2010 and 2040.

The FAA AIP program has invested over $8 million in infrastructure improvements in the airport since 2013.

6,600 x 100 ft runway. Full length taxiway can accommodate aircraft from Cessnas to large corporate jets.

380 acres, zoned M-1 (Light Industrial)

Activity is general and corporate aviation

Approximately 52 based aircraft

Designated secondary supplier site for Airbus

The Academy at the Fairhope Airport offers courses in aviation, industrial maintenance, and welding. This $2.7 million facility is a cooperative partnership with Faulkner Community College, the Fairhope Airport Authority, and the Baldwin County Board of Education training annually over 120 high school students, college students, and working age adults to pursue aerospace and aviation careers.

Foreign Trade Zone eligible under the FTZ Alternative Site Management Program


Airport is open to operations 24/7 unless closed by Notices to Airmen (NOTAM)

Attended hours of operation are 0600 hours to 2000 hours
seven days a week (but may vary)

MRO Facility (Maintenance, Repair & Operations)
Continental Motor Services

Full service FBO (Fixed-based Operator)
Continental Motor Services

Current Projects: Development of the east side of the airport and commercial development of the west side of the airport. (Learn more about development)