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FBO: Greenville Jet Center 864-232-7100
The Greenville Downtown Airport is located in the Upstate of South Carolina. It is the busiest general aviation airport in the state.
Over the years, the Greenville Airport Commission - owner and operator of the Greenville Downtown Airport - has invested heavily to ensure that the airport remains a safe, efficient, and modern facility. For example, the Commission recently completed extensive runway, taxiway, and apron improvements, a major terminal renovation, and construction of a new road that made additional land available for development.
The Greenville Airport Commission encourages all aircraft operators to use noise abatement procedures to assist us in our effort to be a good neighbor to the surrounding community.
To Contact Us
Greenville Airport Commission
Greenville Downtown Airport
100 Tower Drive, Unit 2
Greenville, SC 29607-2631
(864) 242-4777 (Phone)
(864) 242-4870 (Fax)
Joseph R. "Joe" Frasher, A.A.E., Airport Director
Kim Sanders, Administrative Assistant
Lara L. Kaufmann, Public Relations Director
Ken Koch, Operations Manager
AOPA Airport Support Network Volunteer
James W. Wall, Chairman
R. Kinard Johnson, Jr., Vice Chairman
Harold A. Carey, Jr.
Anne M. Clapper
Mark A. Clark
Robinson Aviation (RVA) Air Traffic Control Tower
Sonny Massey, Air Traffic Manager
(864) 271-2033 (Phone)
(864) 271-3634 (Fax)
GMU Frequency Information
Tower (CTAF): 119.9
ASOS: 127.075 or (864) 239-0014
Current GMU Weather
Fun Trivia: Where are people using GMU coming from or going to?
Lots of places! See below map!