Fayetteville Regional Airport (IATA: FAY, ICAO: KFAY, FAA LID: FAY), also known as Grannis Field, is a public use airport in Cumberland County, North Carolina, United States. It is owned by the city of Fayetteville and located three nautical miles (6 km) south of its central business district.
The airport has two runways and is served by two terminals for commercial aviation and one separate terminal for general aviation traffic. The commercial terminal building was designed by Fayetteville architect Mason S. Hicks, a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects. Fayetteville Regional Airport has been served in the past by Piedmont Airlines, now a part of US Airways, Atlantic Southeast Airlines, now a part of Delta Air Lines, and American Eagle, a subsidiary of AMR Corporation and commuter service airline for American Airlines. Fayetteville Regional Airport was also briefly served by Allegiant Air with service to Orlando Sanford International Airport.
FAYETTEVILLE REGIONAL GRANNIS FIELD LOCATION
Fayetteville Regional Airport (IATA: FAY, ICAO: KFAY, FAA LID: FAY), also known as Grannis Field, is a public use airport in Cumberland County, North Carolina, United States.
FAYETTEVILLE REGIONAL GRANNIS FIELD FACTS
Elevation: 189 ft.
Runway length available: 04/22 7712×150 ft. :: 10/28 4801×150 ft.