Currituck Regional Airport

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Currituck Regional Airport

The Currituck Regional Airport is a publicly owned General Aviation airport located in the northeastern region of North Carolina, approximately 46 miles south of the South Hampton Roads area of Virginia and 25 miles northeast of Elizabeth City, North Carolina.

Originally constructed during War World II as a military installation, the airport operations were later taken over by the County. For many years just a few general aviation enthusiasts used it. However, during the mid 1990's, as Currituck County continued its dynamic growth, interest in the Airport has grown from a few based aircraft to approximately 34-based aircraft. The growth rate of our Airport is expected to increase dramatically in the next several years, and the County has planned for the increase demands in its Airport Layout Plan Update, a 20-year Airport Improvement Program. This plan has four development phases: 0-5 years (Phase I), 6-10 years (Phase II), 11-20 years (Phase III), and +20 year (Ultimate) development. A NEPA Environmental Assessment has been completed for Phase I projects.

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