The City of Fayetteville’s government administrative offices, including FAST offices, are closed on Monday, Jan. 21, 2019 in recognition of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. FAST will run regular service. Garbage and yard waste for Monday, Jan. 21 will be collected on Wednesday, Jan. 23. Recycling will be collected on regular schedule on Monday, Jan. 21. If any collection service is missed, residents should leave their carts at the curb and, if needed, call 910-433-1FAY (1329). For more info, click here.
Fayetteville Regional Airport is the Sandhills' leader in airline service, general aviation, and rental car services. The airport offers frequent daily service to three airline hub airports, each with hundreds of destinations around the world: Delta with service to Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport, United with service to Washington Dulles International Airport, and U.S. Airways/American Airlines service to Charlotte Douglas International Airport.
NC REAL ID
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"Fly Fayetteville" PSA
Airport Terminal Renovation/Demolition Update
Amenities and Services
Rental car service, which often has longer hours than most rental car locations, is also offered at Fayetteville Regional Airport. Due to the fact that the rental car companies are housed in side-by-side kiosks, customers benefit from the competition. Several taxicab companies also provide service to customers. Landmark Aviation, Powell Avionics, and Rogers Aircraft Service offer general aviation and pilot training services. Hangars are also available for rental purposes.
Award-Winning, Top Notch Service
Fayetteville Regional Airport is one of the safest and cleanest airports in the Southeast, being awarded numerous "No Deficiencies Noted" achievements for approximately 20 straight years. So, when you are looking for top-notch transportation services, remember to Fly Fayetteville!
Bradley Whited, Airport Director
Brad is the Fayetteville Regional Airport Director for the City of Fayetteville, in which he has served since August 1995.
Previous to Fayetteville, Brad was the General Manager for Corporate Jets Airport Management Services, at Cumberland Regional Airport in Maryland and managed both the Airport and Fixed Base Operator (FBO) fueling and aircraft maintenance operations. He also served as the Commissioner of Aviation for Dutchess County Airport, NY and as the Assistant Airport Manager for Cortland County, NY for a total of 40 years of Airport Management experience.
Brad earned his Accredited Airport Executive (A.A.E.) Certification from the American Association of Airport Executives in 1984, an Associate Degree in Aerospace Technology from S.U.N.Y. Farmingdale, NY, a Bachelor of Science in Airport Management from Middle Tennessee State University, and Master Business Administration from Fayetteville State University.