Georgetown County Airport News and History

Click one of the images below for more information on the History of Georgetown Airport

154th Squadron Logo

154th Squadron Missions

PB4Y Liberator Flyer

Current News

We need your help!

The South Carolina Aeronautics Commission is in the process of completing research for a Statewide Economic Impact Study. This study will estimate the number of jobs and economic activity that this airport supports on an annual basis. Please take a few minutes to complete this important survey so we can continue to provide South Carolina with a first class airport system. Your response to this survey is confidential. Please click on this link to take the survey:



Georgetown County celebrated South Carolina Aviation Week with a luncheon on August 23, 2016. Airport tenant Doug Decker spoke about the importance of general aviation to the local economy. Georgetown County Council Chairman Johnny Morant read the County Council's proclamation to declare this week "South Carolina Aviation Week". Georgetown County Airport Commission Members, FBO representatives, Georgetown County Council Chairpersons and many others were on hand to join in the celebration. It was a great way to bring together the local general aviation community and a good time was had by all!





Airport History

Georgetown Airport was built in 1941 by the United States Navy and was used by the United States Marine Corps during World War II as an axillary airfield assigned to Parris Island Airfield. Georgetown Marine Corps Airfield (OLF) was also used by the by United States Army Air Force light observation squadrons (105th, 112th) flying antisubmarine patrols over the Atlantic from May 1942 until August 1942.

The airport was turned over to civil authorities in June 1944, and it was developed into a public airport.

Letter to Airport Manager

Letter to Marine Corps Aviation

129 Airport Road, Georgetown, South Carolina, 29440 · FBO: 843-527-7516