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Welcome to ONX

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

The County recognizes that providing up-to-date airport facilities that can accommodate corporate aircraft is vital to attracting new and expanded industry. It is a high priority for the county to increase the business tax base by providing airport infrastructure to support economic development.

Long Runway
(5500 x 150 feet) 

 

Convenient Access to Outer Banks Beaches

 

Rental Car Service Available

 

Ideal Hub for Corporate Getaways

 

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Aviation Fuel Services

Fuel Brand: Shell Aviation

Fueling Hours: Self-serve AvGas, Jet-A 24/7 for pilots

Full-serve Jet A with Prist additive available by truck during normal operating hours. Call out may be available with reasonable notification.

After Hours Phone: (252) 232-6101

Discounts: Shell Aeroclass rewards program. Government AirCard welcome.

 
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Contact Information

HOURS: Monday - Sunday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.   
PHONE
: (252) 453-8032  FAX(252) 453-3172

PHYSICAL ADDRESS: Terminal Building  / 264 Airport Road / Maple, North Carolina 27956

MAILING ADDRESS: 153 Courthouse Road, Suite 800 / Currituck, North Carolina 27929


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Currituck County Regional Airport Features 

FAA Identifier: KONX
CTAF: 122.9
Dimensions: 5,500’ x 150’
Surface: Concrete & Asphalt, Good Condition
Annual Operations: 25,000
Weight Capacity: Single Wheel – 35,000; Double Wheel – 47,500
Based Aircraft: 45

 

There are no landing fees or overnight ramp fees.

The airport is equipped with an Automated Weather Observing System (AWOS), a suite of sensors that measures, collects and broadcasts weather data to help meteorologists, pilots and flight dispatchers prepare and monitor weather forecasts, plan flight routes, and provide necessary information for correct takeoffs and landings.

Minute-to-minute updates are available to pilots by VHF radio at 119.775.

Each hour AWOS data is available to off-site users by telephone at 252-453-8939.

In May 2001, the County implemented a height restriction zoning ordinance to protect the airport’s airspace. The ordinance restricts the height of any new construction within certain defined zones around the airport.

The ordinance contains provisions that prevent the construction of towers or other obstructions to the airport’s airspace and imaginary surfaces as adopted from findings contained in the 2000 Airport Layout Plan Update.

Amenities available in our terminal building are:

  • a spacious lobby
  • vending area
  • operations room
  • office
  • conference room,
  • pilot lounge
  • Free WIFI
  • DirectTV
  • Catering Services
  • Courtesy Vehicles
  • Car rental services
Additional Features

Courtesy cars and rental cars are available with advance notice.

Currituck County Regional Airport leases t-hangars, corporate hangars and tie downs to the public.

Units
25 Hangars

Hangar A – 11 units, T-Hangar
Hangar B – 9 units, T-Hanger
Hangar C – 5 units, Corporate Hangar

27 Tie Downs

At this time there are no hangars available, but you can place your name on the waiting list and you will be contacted when one is available.  Several tie downs are available.

The hangar office is available to rent for aviation or aviation related businesses.

Overnight grass and paved tie downs are available without charge.

For additional information about the hangars, airport, or to get on the hangars waiting list, please call the Airport at 252-453-8032.