Pilots & Visitors Information

Pilots and Visitors Info BannerAirport service personnel are available between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. daily. Please call ahead to 615-848-3254 if other arrangements are necessary.


Avgas is available 24 hours a day and Jet-A fuel is available during business hours. Avgas and Jet A aircraft refueling trucks are available during normal business hours.  

Airport Statistics

  • Runway: 18/36
  • Surface: Asphalt
  • Length: Runway 18: 4,753   Runway 36: 4,453
  • Width: 100 feet
  • Runway weight-bearing capability:  30,000 lbs. single wheel, 50,000 lbs. dual wheel
  • Lights: MIRL
  • UNICOM: 123.075
  • GCO: 135.075 (Click mic four times slowly to activate system)
  • AWOS: 133.975, Ph: 615-849-2622

Driving Directions
If driving to the Murfreesboro Municipal Airport from Interstate 24, take exit 78B and stay on Old Fort Parkway / Memorial Boulevard for approximately four miles. The Airport will be on your right-hand side.

Our staff will be glad to assist you with your travel needs while in Murfreesboro. Due to many large conferences or sporting events that occur throughout the year, we advise that you make any hotel or rental car reservations several days in advance if at all possible.  Pilot courtesy cars are available on request.  

NOTAMS (Local Notice to Air Missions)
No NOTAMS listed at this time.

Be advised of TFR dates and times.  (TFR start times are in yellow)

MTSU 2023 TFRs

Standard Operating Procedures 


Engine Run-up Procedure 

To be good neighbors and maintain efficient use of the runway, the Airport asks that you conduct all preflight checks and aircraft engine run-ups in the following convenient designated locations (See orange and white low profile barricades marked RUNUP AREA:

South of Txwy D (East Ramp),
T-hangar connector Txwy B.

Please turn your aircraft to 270° for engine runup. 

Good Neighbor Reminder (closed traffic operations/pattern work)
All fixed wing aircraft remaining in the pattern (conducting closed traffic operations), please continue runway heading until 1,300 feet MSL prior to turns for noise abatement. (Standard Aircraft Procedure found in AIM Sec. 3, Airport Operations, 4-3-3 Traffic Patterns).

Departure Procedure                                                                                                                                  
Preferred departure procedure: fly runway heading until at an altitude of 2,000 feet MSL before turn out.  

Pattern Procedures                                                                                                                                  
Training pattern closed weekdays 10 pm to 7 am, and 10 pm to 8 am weekends and holidays.  Prior permission required from Airport Manager.  

360 degree turns for spacing in the pattern is not authorized.

Practice approaches on opposing runway is prohibited.

Preferred Calm Wind Runway                                                                                                          
Runway 36 is the preferred calm wind runway(5 knots or less).  

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