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Hazlehurst Municipal Airport

Hazlehurst Municipal Airport
528 Burkett’s Ferry Road
Hazlehurst, Georgia 31539
Telephone: (912) 375-9222

Hazlehurst Municipal Airport (AZE), under the direction of Manager Cody White, is a 125-acre fully operational, public complex located just northwest of Hazlehurst.

The airport first opened in 1963. In the past few years, a thoroughly modern new terminal was added to the airport, as well as runway extensions and complete fencing to prevent aircraft-deer accidents. A weather computer, Internet access, and clean restrooms are available inside the terminal.

The Airport Authority members are Dr. David Turfler, Zachary Marchant, Travis Woodcock, Sharon Rothwell, Jay Wooley, Wyatt Spann, City Clerk Vernice Thompson, and Mayor R. Bayne Stone.

Quick facts about the airport:

Identifier: AZE – KAZE
Longitude/Latitude: 082-38-50.6000W/31-53-04.8000N
                                 -82.647389/31.884667 (estimated)

Elevation: 255 MSL
From nearest city: 3 nautical miles northwest of Hazlehurst
Magnetic variation: 03W (1985)
Ownership: City of Hazlehurst
Wind indicator: Yes
Segmented circle: Yes
Control tower: No
Lighting schedule: SS-SR
Beacon color: Clear-Green (lighted land airport)
Sectional chart: Jacksonville
Region: ASO – Southern
Boundary ARTCC: ZJX – Jacksonville
Tie-in FSS: MCN – Macon
Landing fee charge: No
Fuel available: 100LL and Jet-A. Also 24-hour credit card services available.
Runway: 14/32
Dimensions: 5,011 x 75 feet or 1,527.35 x 22.9 meters
Surface: Asphalt and in good condition
Weight limit: Single-wheel, 30,000 pounds


City of Hazlehurst
86 S. Cromartie Street
P.O. Box 519
Hazlehurst, Georgia 31539
Telephone (912) 375-6680
Fax (912) 375-6690

Quick Facts

  • U.S. Census Population (2020 official): 4,088

  • Regional Commission: Heart of Georgia Altamaha

  • County: Jeff Davis

  • Congressional District: 8

  • State Senate District: 19

  • State Legislature Districts: 157

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