Georgetown Airport is a general aviation airport that first opened in 1944 as a marine air station. Our airport proudly served our military and country; now it serves our community, businesses, destination travelers and first responders. Many new and exciting projects have been completed recently to help bring the ultimate in convenience and service to our airport.
With a new terminal, you will find a full service Fixed Base Operator, Shell jet fuel, full time mechanics, and storage options, which includes a corporate hangar and two new 10-bay hangars. See why we’re proud to call our airport the "Gateway to Georgetown County".
Georgetown Airport was built in 1941 by the United States Navy and was used by the United States Marine Corps during World War II as an axillary airfield assigned to Parris Island Airfield.
Georgetown County is located in northeastern South Carolina on the Atlantic Ocean, between Myrtle Beach and Charleston. It is a setting of stunning natural beauty and historical significance, with superb cultural and recreational amenities.