About the Airport
The Georgetown Executive Airport at Johnny Gantt Field serves general and corporate aviation, providing full service amenities, aviation fuel, avionics sales, service, and aircraft maintenance. The 5,004 foot runway provides a gateway to the Texas Hill Country. The Airport began operations on Nov. 11, 1945.
Fly-in and visit: You will be pleasantly surprised with our Texas hospitality!
The staff of the Georgetown Executive Airport offers a variety of services to both the flying and non-flying public 365-days-a-year. In the Terminal Building we offer:
- flight planning room
- wireless internet access available
- public lounge
- snack and cold drink area
- clean and modern restrooms
- Automated Weather Observing System (AWOS) monitor to provide current surface weather conditions.
AIRPORT TERMINAL NORMAL BUSINESS HOURS
- Daily from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. Closed certain holidays.
For 2022 — The Terminal at 500 Terminal Drive will be closed Jan. 1, May 30, July 4, Sept. 5, Nov. 24, Dec. 25, and Jan. 1, 2023. The self-service av-gas pumps at the Terminal are available 24/7.
For holiday hours, please visit https://georgetown.org/contact-us/holiday-schedule/
The Georgetown Executive Airport (KGTU) is located in the heart of Georgetown, Texas, on the I-35 corridor linking the northern gateway Dallas/Ft. Worth with the capital of Austin and a gateway to San Antonio in the South. As the seat of Williamson County, Georgetown is located only a short distance from Austin, making itself one of the fastest-growing areas in the United States. Founded in 1845, Georgetown is home to Southwestern University, which is the oldest university west of the Mississippi. The incredible Georgetown Courthouse Square is known as one of the most beautiful of all of Texas 254 counties.