Located on Dry Valley Road ,the Cleveland Regional Jetport is poised to serve the needs of general and business aviation users. Officially open for business on January 25, 2013, the entirely new airport is an asset to the City of Cleveland without parallel. With each passing day, more arriving and departing air traffic utilize the tremendous facilities now available. Shell Aviation Fuel products delivered at the pump (self-serve) or planeside by attentive Crystal Air FBO personnel will make your stop in Cleveland a rewarding experience.
For more information, visit any of the links listed below:
251 Dry Valley Road NE,
Cleveland, TN, 37312
Telephone: (423) 472-4343
100 LL: $5.59/gallon
Opened just last year, the Cleveland TN Regional Jetport has undergone tremendous change. New private and corporate hangars, two 10-unit T-hangars, development and certification of GPS (RNAV) WAAS Instrument Approaches to runways 3/21 and more. KRZR continues to evolve as Cleveland's premier airport, serving the flying needs of our community.
The Tennessee Aeronautics Commission announced on March 19th the selection of Cleveland Regional Jetport as the 2014 Airport of the Year at their annual conference held in Murfreesboro, TN.
Airport Authority Chairman Lou Patten was at the conference for the announcement. He said the award is the result of the hard labor of everyone involved. “I was surprised and delighted,” he said. “I think we won because of all the effort of city staff, board members, contractors, the fixed-base operator and everyone else who had a part in building the airport. We are especially thankful for Mayor Tom Rowland, City Council members and City Manager Janice Casteel, Brenda Lawson and Allan Jones for their foresight, funding, guidance and support.”
Mayor Rowland said statewide recognition of the airport reinforces what he has been saying for many years. “Cleveland is the best city in Tennessee and now we have the best airport in the State of Tennessee,” he said. “This is the culmination of a lot of work that really goes back 20 years when we first started searching for property to build an airport. Now, we just need to keep moving forward.” - The Chattanoogan.com