Weather conditions in Taylorville can be monitored by pilots, through an automated weather observation station (AWOS) .The system, which can be accessed anytime and anywhere by telephone (217-824-9323), also transmits voice data on 123.875 MHz.
Other airport attributes include a rotating beacon light, medium intensity runway lighting, a PLASI approach lighting system, a runway end identification lighting system, and an instrument approach system. The City of Taylorville provides both standard aircraft fuel (avgas), jet fuel and aviation oil. A pilot's lounge and free courtesy car are available.
The City of Taylorville operates a municipal airport 2 miles southwest of the city. The airport is host to approximately 6,000 take-offs and landings per year. Both pleasure and corporate aircraft are stored and serviced in Taylorville, with hanger facilities for 30 aircraft. The Taylorville airport features a North/South lighted, hard surface 4,000 ft. X 75 ft. runway, East/West lighted hard surface 3500 ft. X 60 ft. runway and East/West turf surface runway 1920 ft. X 60 ft. The airport can support most general aviation aircraft, from small propeller aircraft to corporate business jets. Nearby, two air-carrier airports feature commercial airlines. Springfield and Decatur, which are only 30 miles from Taylorville, each support an airport offering frequent commercial flights daily.
- 24 Hr. Fuel with Credit Card
- Pilot's Lounge & Restroom - Open 24/7
- Courtesy Car
- Weather Computer
- Soda & Snacks
- Satellite TV
100LL - $4.30
JET A - $3.95
OFFICE HOURS ATTENDED: MON-FRI. 9AM to 5PM