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Ellis G Wood Aviation Complex at Statesboro-Bulloch County Airport

Statesboro Bulloch County Airport is the doorway that connects Bulloch County’s citizens and businesses to the state, nation, and the rest of the world.  The airport is located three miles northeast of Statesboro’s central business district and is owned by the City of Statesboro and Bulloch County. The airport sits on 899 acres with two paved runways. The primary runway is 6,000 feet long and the secondary runway is 4,382 feet long.    Bulloch County operates the airport, providing fueling, tie-downs, hangar rentals, pilot supplies, a pilot lounge, and flight planning resources.

There are over seventy aircraft based at the Statesboro Bulloch County Airport.  Due to the location of the airport, the amenities it has to offer, the number of aircraft based at the airport, and the number of operations, the airport is designated as a Level III airport by the Georgia Aviation System plan.  A Level III airport is considered to be of national and regional significance. 

The Statesboro Bulloch County Airport provides support to the following: 

  • Local law enforcement
  • Medical doctors and organ transport
  • Aerial agricultural operations
  • U.S. military and other government agencies
  • Environmental patrols
  • Air Ambulance patient transfer
  • Flight training
  • School field trips and youth educational events
Major corporations find the airport invaluable when transporting people, equipment, and goods in and out of the region. Georgia Southern University’s athletic department, alumni, and guests routinely use the airport.  The Georgia Forestry Commission maintains a base of operations at the airport and has three aircraft to aid in forest firefighting. Flight training and aircraft rental is provided by Savannah AviationSoutheast Avionics, LLC, a part 145 repair station servicing 91.411 and 91.413 (Pitot/Static and Transponder Certification) needs, is also located on the field. Both EAA Chapter 489 and the U.S Air Force Auxiliary’s Statesboro “Eagle” Composite Squadron (GA451) of the Civil Air Patrol call the Statesboro-Bulloch County Airport home.