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About San Marcos Airport
The San Marcos Regional Airport is a 1,350-acre public-use, general aviation reliever facility strategically located halfway between Austin and San Antonio. Originally part of Gary Air Field, a World War II Army Air Corps training base, the airport was deeded to the city of San Marcos in 1965.
The airport is popular among pilots, with its 3 asphalt runways, each more than a mile in length and aligned in a way that virtually eliminates crosswind operations.
The airport is home to the Central Texas Wing of the Commemorative Air Force, housing a museum as well as vintage aircraft. In addition, the airport hosts numerous airport businesses with over 100 employees combined, making San Marcos a one-stop shop for all things aviation.
In October of 2010, the City selected Texas Aviation Partners to manage a turn-key operation including maintenance, administration, business recruitment, and development.