Springdale Municipal (ASG) is a city-owned, general aviation airport in Northwest Arkansas. Located one mile southeast of the city center, the airport occupies 221 acres.
It is one of the busiest airports in the state of Arkansas. According to a 2006 Arkansas State Airport System Plan, the municipal airport's economic impact on the region is $18 million.
Several prominent area businesses generate a significant amount of corporate air traffic. In addition, several aircraft charter operators are based at the airport.
There is one runway located at the airport, Runway 18/36, measuring 5,302 feet in length. The runway is served by a full-length parallel taxiway on the west side, and a partial taxiway on the east side. Runway 18 is served by an ILS precision instrument approach, and both runway ends are served by non-precision instrument approaches. Airspace in the vicinity of the airport is controlled by a part-time air traffic control tower.
The terminal building houses a 54 seat restaurant, which is open to the public. It is a nice place to enjoy a quick breakfast or lunch or to just sit and relax while watching planes come and go on the outdoor balcony.
Fixed Base Operator (FBO)
A full-service fixed base operator (FBO) provides aircraft servicing, including both 100LL and Jet-A fuel.
Aircraft storage is provided by t-hangars, corporate hangars, as well as apron tie-downs. You may contact the Fixed Base Operator Summit Aviation at 479-751-4462.