The first of its kind in the region, Cobb's U.S. Border and Customs Protection facility opened on June 25, 2015. International flights can now land directly in Cobb.
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Located only 20 miles northwest of downtown Atlanta, it is convenient to most business and tourist destinations in the region.
The Airport offers first -class service to both business and pleasure aircraft through its full-service FBO. Pilots will find the longest general aviation runway in the metro Atlanta area at 6,305' long, recently reconstructed with concrete.
A full ILS and new High Intensity Runway Lights will assist the pilot in locating the runway in marginal weather conditions.
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North Apron and Taxilane Connector Project
The first phase of the four-month project will see the construction of a 350-foot new taxilane connector between the north apron and taxiway A between A1 and A2 to reduce congestion and improve safety of aircraft movements on the north apron. Then work will begin on 6 acres of pavement improvements, including rehabilitating and expanding the north apron between the restaurant and eastward to the control tower.
Next week will consist of the contractor delivering and stockpiling rock, pipe and structural material needed to build the foundation for the Taxiway A1 connector. Taxiway A from A2 to Runway may be closed periodically as needed. The northwest apron connector at A1 will be closed periodically.
A MALSF is the approach lighting system to be installed on the approach end of Runway 27 (east end of airport). The MALSF consists of a 1,700-foot-long array of lights. The runway lighting is controlled by the air traffic control tower from 0700-2300 and can be switched on by the pilot via radio when the tower is closed. MALSF system will consist of the following light fixture components:
The contractor will be finishing foundations. Material for the shelter will arrive and workers will start erecting the shelter. Once the shelter is complete, the contractor will begin connecting conduit/wiring to the shelter. An additional period of nighttime closures (10 p.m. - 6 a.m.) is still being anticipated toward the end part of the project in November.
Airfield Re-Marking and Rubber Removal Project
The State of Georgia has provided notice that the airport’s airfield re-marking and rubber removal project is tentatively funded.
The Airfield Re-Marking and Rubber Removal Project will include the remarking of the runway, all taxiways, and the south apron. Additionally, the contractor will remove the rubber deposit accumulations on the runway touchdown areas. During the 12-day project, four (4) nighttime closures of the runway will be necessary. Each taxiway will be closed during marking operations on the taxiways, but the runway will remain open during taxiway marking operations which will also take place at night.
Every effort will be made to provide as much advance notice as possible, with a minimum of 72 hours notice prior to a 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. runway closing.
Bids were accepted Thursday and are being evaluated and processed. Grant and contract paperwork could take up to 8 weeks to complete.
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The 11 Member Airport Advisory Board assists Cobb County and the Cobb County Board of Commissioners (BOC) with the future development and use of the Airport by providing vision and suggestions.