Cobb County International Airport - McCollum Field
 
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Cobb County is now open to the global market!

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.

Cobb's first international arrival
Customs information and pricing

        Hangar Inquiries 770-422-4300

        Service Inquiries 770-422-4300

        Airport Administration 770-528-1615

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Airport Overview
 
Airport Information
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Cobb County International Airport - McCollum Field is a major general aviation reliever airport for Hartsfield-Jackson Airport.

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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Aviation Division Facts:

• Runway 9-27   6,305' x 100' concrete
• Control Tower  (0700-2300 local)
• ILS Runway 27 (200'-3/4 mile)
• 300 aircraft based at airport
Executive Fixed-Base Operator
• Rental Cars Available
• Over 500,000 sq. ft. of hangar space

  

 
Construction Updates
 

North Apron Project

The first phase of the four-month project will see the construction of a new taxilane connector between Taxiway A and the north apron west of A2. Then work will begin on rehabilitating and expanding the north apron between the restaurant and eastward to the control tower.

 

MALSF Project

The installation of the MALSF to Runway 27 is scheduled to begin in July 2016. During the three-month project, it will be necessary for the runway to be closed overnight for several nights as work is conducted near the threshold of the runway. Every effort will be given to provide a minimum of 72 hours notice prior to a 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. runway closing.

 
 
Master Plan Update
 

coverThe Airport Strategic Planning Board continues to review information on the Airport Master Plan Update. The Airport Board will advise the County on an appropriate plan for the future development of the airport. The Master Plan Update includes identifying needs over the next 20 years, evaluating potential development options, and identifying airfield improvements needed to meet FAA development/safety standards. Comments are welcome to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Airport Master Plan Update Highlights to Date
Airport Layout Plan Working Draft
Airport Master Plan Noise Models


 

 
Minimum Standards Update
 

It is the policy of Cobb County to operate Cobb County International Airport-McCollum Field for the use and benefit of the public, in a safe and efficient manner. The Airport is made available to all types, kinds, and classes of aeronautical activity on reasonable terms and without unjust discrimination on a nondiscriminatory basis. The Airport Strategic Planning Board is currently reviewing and expecting to update the Airport Minimum Standards for Aeronautical Activity at the Airport. The current Minimum Standards were drafted in 2006. Comments are welcome to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Minimum Standards for Airport Aeronautical Activities (DRAFT 6-6-16)
 

 

Airport Strategic Planning Board
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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.