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Macon Air

at Macon County Airport

Nestled in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, this quaint Western North Carolina town offers a change of pace and a never-ending supply of activities for the entire family. The Franklin communities offer you activities such as gem mining, hiking, fishing, mountain biking, canoeing, tubing, rafting, kayaking, and boating.

We are convenient to Highlands, Cashiers, Cherokee, Dillsboro and Sylva, NC, as well as Dillard and Clayton, GA -- all within a 30 to 45 minute drive.
Services, Facilities and Amenities
  • Single point Jet-A refueling
  • Aircraft parking/tie down
  • Passenger terminal
  • Flight training
  • Aircraft rental
  • Enterprise rental cars delivered
  • Pilot lounge/snooze room
  • Long term parking
  • After-hours service available upon request
Aviation fuel services
Brand: Titan
Fueling hours: 8:00 AM till 5:30 PM
Fuel prices as last reported on 16-Mar-2023
100LL Avgas Full service    $5.75
Jet A Full service    $5.49
Prices include all taxes. Prices not guaranteed.
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Contact information
Address:1241 Airport Road
Franklin, NC 28734
United States of America
Telephone: 828-524-5529
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From Ron Roberts on 18-Oct-2022

  Spent the weekend there with friends in three airplanes from FL. It was a great experience. Beautiful airport with a new FBO. Fuel reasonable for today's times. Rental cars available and they waived the overnight parking fee with our fuel purchase. High terrain all around, (IMO) VFR airport for light GA planes, be careful.
From John Kramer on 23-Jun-2021

  Holy Moly!! What an experience getting into 1A5! The airfield is LITERALLY dropped in the middle of a mountain range! Kinda breathtaking, but then you say to yourself, "I've got to land this thing!!" For the uninitiated, as I was, you'll end up making an approach that's higher than you've done before, because, if you're on an IFR flight plan, they keep you at 7, 200 ft until you're almost on top of the airport. Then you have to get into the pattern to land and all quadrants are surrounded by these mountain peaks! Exhilarating and beautiful...But a REAL challenge. The people at the airport couldn't have been nicer and VERY helpful. I can now say that I did it!!
From John Kirby on 07-Nov-2020

  Beautiful terminal and setting in a valley. Exceptionally friendly and helpful staff. Especially a nice guy at the front desk named Brian who bought me a soda with money right out of his wallet!😳😄👍
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