Stuttgart Municipal Airport



The Stuttgart Municipal Airport is situated on a 2,560-acre site in southeastern Paririe County. Located in adjoining Arkansas County, the City of Stuttgart owns and operates the airport.

The airport is located 7.2 miles north of the City of Stuttgart, along U.S. Highway 63 in Prairie County.

Stuttgart Municipal Airport is located just 15 miles south of Interstate 40, the main East-West corridor through the United States. From I-40, Little Rock is 46 miles to the west and Memphis is 95 miles to the east.

Two runways are available for use at the airport, runway 18/36 and runway 9/27.  Each runway was constructed in 1942 by the United States Army and have improved over the past  several years.  Runway 18/36 is now 6,015-feet x 100’-feet and is asphalt over concrete and is grooved.  Runway 18 has NDB approach, and a WAAS GPS approach. Runway 36 has a ILS precision and a WAAS GPS approach. There is a VOR-DME circling approach to all runways also.

Landing weights for 18/36 are:

                Single Wheel: 75,000

                Double Wheel: 150,000

                Double Tandem: 200,000

                Double Dual Tandem: 300,000

Runway 9/27 is all concrete and is in good condition.   Runway 9 and 27 has GPS approaches.

Landing weights for 9/27 are:

                Single Wheel - 25,000

                Double Wheel - 65,000

                Double Tandem - 120,000

The airport fueling facilities consist of 100LL and Jet Fuel supplied by Phillips 66.  The airport conforms to Phillips Fuel Safety Program and all employees hold FAA FAR 139 fueling certificates.

T-hangars are available for housing aircraft.  Thirty-four aircraft are based at the airport from Piper Cubs to jet aircraft.  The Berry Administration Building houses the FBO and provides a conference room for meetings. The FBO is open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  During hunting season the facility is open till late hours for customer convenience. For further information you can contact the airport at (870) 673-2960.

A Remote Transmitter Receiver (RTR) is available for aircraft opening and closing IFR flight plans.  The frequency is 123.70 to Little Rock ATCT.  A BUEC to Memphis Center ARTCC is available on 135.30 or 335.80.  Little Rock Approach provides services up to 15,000 feet.  AWOS is available on 119.025 or by commercial phone at (870) 673-1884.  All are available for aircraft on the ground.

Stuttgart Municipal Airport is a home away from home for the C-130J’s from Little Rock Air Force Base. Training is held at Stuttgart three nights a week for the special operations units from the air base.  Other military aircraft are seen at KSGT ranging from F/A-18’s to MD-11 cargo aircraft.  During hunting season it is not unusual to see 12 to 20 corporate jets on the airport daily ranging from Citation CJ’s up to Global Express.