Recent upgrades at the airport include runway rehabilitation. Some of the aviation activities that take place at the Lockhart Municipal Airport on a regular basis include flight instruction, pipeline patrol, military training, and recreational flying. The airport is also used for aerial application to crops by the Texas Boll Weevil Foundation.
Lockhart Municipal Airport sponsors several community based programs, including local school field trips, monthly fly-ins, and aviation scavenger hunts. The airport is frequently visited by pilots from all over Texas who fly to Lockhart for our famous barbecue.
Lockhart Municipal Airport Industrial land totals approximately 128 acres
, and is located around the Lockhart Municipal Airport in the southern portion of the City. The parcels owned by the City are obligated forever to be made available to aviation-related businesses and cannot be sold, but may be leased. Certain additional restrictions may apply due to FAA regulations. Transportation access to the airport is provided by U.S. Hwy 183. Utilities are currently available to the parcels that front U.S. 183, and utility extensions are available to other areas. Contact Sean Kelley, Public Works Director for prices and information at (512) 398-6452 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The airport has tee hangars, corner-tee hangars, and clear span hangars available.