Thomasville Regional Airport

Robert Petty
Airport Manager

882 Airport Road
Thomasville, GA 31757
(229) 225-4313

Originally a World War II Army airfield, Thomasville Regional Airport has a rich history. The airfield was an advanced fighter training field from 1942 - 1945. Planes such as the Bell P-39 Aircobra, the Curtis P-40 Warhawk and the North American P-51 Mustang were housed at the airfield. In the early 50s, Spence Field (near Moultrie, GA) and Moody Air Force Base (Valdosta, GA) used the airfield for take-off and landing practice.

A new terminal building was completed in January 2006 and is dedicated to the men and women who trained and served at the airfield during World War II. The new facility captures the elegance of the Old South with a red Georgia clay brick building, green metal roof, porticos and white columns.

Today, Thomasville Regional Airport experiences approximately 12,500 take-offs/landings annually between its two runways. The airport also has courtesy cars, WiFi, and flight training. The Airport currently has two types of fees: ramp fees and overnight ramp fees. These fees are determined by the size of the aircraft. Call the FBO for rates at (229) 225-4313. Please consult your latest official charts and published procedures for navigating to and from KTVI.