We have now moved into our new terminal building on the north side of the field.
It is the building with the green roof, by the new ramp area. Self serve fuel remains on the south side until later this year.
Livingston County Airport is a part of our transportation infrastructure that serves a broad range of community needs. Though General Aviation is generally perceived to be an import means of transport for people and goods, few people recognize that it does much more than this.
Livingston County Airport serves a broad range of needs including transportation of people and goods, transportation of critical care patients, search and rescue operations, tourism, law enforcement activity, flight instruction and others in a broad range of services. The location of the airport allows county residents, visitors and commercial interests a high level of utility with easy highway access to I-96, M-59 and US 23.
Livingston County Airport is considered valuable to the competitive position of a number of local business organizations. If the facility were not present, it is possible that these firms would choose or be forced to locate elsewhere. These organizations use air charter and general aviation services made possible by the existence of the airport.