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Regional Airport


Daily Flights

Knoxville's McGhee Tyson Airport, with 20 non-stop destinations, is a major regional airport served by five major airlines that offer more than 125 flights per day. McGhee Tyson provides all commercial airline services including U.S. Customs Port of Entry and handles commercial airline, air cargo, military aviation and general aviation air traffic. 

With parallel 9,000 feet runways, the airport can accommodate any size aircraft in today's inventory. Located 12 miles south of downtown Knoxville, the airport occupies more than 2,000 acres of land with space for additional air cargo facilities or economic development.

Airport fast facts:

  • 2 low-cost airlines
  • 8 general aviation airports in region
  • Approximately 22-minute drive from downtown Knoxville to airport
  • Easily accessible from throughout the region

Available Property at McGhee Tyson: The West Aviation Area has 45 acres of building sites available for aerospace businesses and Class A office space for lease.

In addition, eight general aviation airports are located throughout the region, including downtown Knoxville. 

McGhee Tyson Airport in Knoxville TN

East Tennessee air travel

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