This is the closest airport to Gatlinburg TN. It is located in nearby Sevierville,
For pilots, the Gatlinburg-Pigeon Forge Airport entails a 5,506-feet asphalt runway, 75 feet wide.
Above is a nice photo of the field from their website, which is still under construction.
Gatlinburg-Pigeon Forge Airport
134 Air Museum Way
Sevierville, TN 37862
Serviced by AirTran, American, Continental, Delta, U.S. Airways, and United Airlines. Built in 1961, the Asheville Regional Airport has been consistently upgraded with all the modern features one expects. It's 8,000 foot runway can support any aircraft, though most of the flights in and out of the airport carry 37 - 50 passengers.
Direct flights are available from Orlando, Tampa, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, Newark, Atlanta, New York, Detroit, Chicago, and Charlotte.
Located approximately 36 miles from Gatlinburg, TN.
Asheville Regional Airport Authority
61 Terminal Drive, Suite 1
Fletcher, TN 28732
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This is as small as they get. Located near Sylva, NC and about 1/2 hour from Gatlinburg. The Jackson County Airport services mostly small single- and twin-engine private aircraft. The single runway is 3,003 feet long and 50 feet wide. Perfect for you civilian pilots!
More info here. And, looking down at the ridge-top airport (by Bob Simmermon)...
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Finding food is as simple as walking down town. Plenty of restaurants line Gatlinburg's main strip. Eat BBQ, steak, Italian, Mexican, and more. Check out the coffee shops, deli's and breweries. Family dining in our Southern restaurants.
A walk around the main strip in town will probably be your first introduction to this unique mountain village. After that, the sky is the limit. Gatlinburg offers so many things to do. Hike the Smokies, visit a brewery, shop the galleries and malls... dining, arts and crafts, picnics...
From Ripley's museums, a mountain coaster, and hillbilly golf to Ober Gatlinburg, the space needle, and zip lines. Gatlinburg has it all! If playing is your thing, you won't be disappointed. So, grab your family, grab your plastic, and get ready to have some fun, fun, fun!
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