The circumstances surrounding COVID-19 are continuing to evolve and, above all else, the health and well-being of our Tenants, Vendors, Passengers & Employees remains our top priority. Out of an abundance of caution, we have made the difficult decision to temporarily close the Columbus Airport Administration offices and the Badge office effective March 23rd with a tentative return date of Monday, May 4th. Propellers’ restaurant will be closed to the public as of Saturday, March 21st with a tentative return date of Monday, May 4, 2020.

Flightways Columbus: Reducing operating hours to 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. The FBO will operate with a limited crew with on-call services available.

Airport Maintenance: Reduced to limited staffing.

While the airport will still be open to the public with regular flights and rental car service, please note that we will continue to take every precaution to maintain regular sanitation and cleanliness throughout the terminal. Below are the policy and safety measures for CSG, Delta & Homeland Security:

 Columbus Airport COVID-19 Sanitation Policy

  Delta Air Lines Cleaning Procedures

TSA Cleaning Procedures

All non-essential staff will stay home and those who can will work from home for the next two weeks. Our technology provides the ability for our staff to work remotely, and we have ongoing communications between our Executive Team to ensure that work will continue to progress. Please use the numbers below to contact the appropriate department during this closure:

  • Admin/Airport Director: 706-324-2449   Ext. 1410
  • Finance: 706-324-2449    Ext. 1412
  • Flightways Columbus: 706-324-2453 (5 a.m. – 7 p.m.)
    • After hours 7 p.m.-5 a.m. Option #6    If no answer please call: 706-718-4012
    • FBO Manager: 706-604-4567
  • Human Resources: 706-324-2449    Ext. 1414
  • Maintenance: 706-324-2449    Ext. 1416
  • Marketing: 706-324-2449    Ext. 1422
  • Public Safety: 706-393-8183

This is not a decision taken lightly and we are closely following guidance from the CDC, state and local governmental health authorities and city officials to plan for and monitor the developing situation. We will be as accommodating as possible during this dynamic and changing situation. We are executing business continuity activities to help ensure our tenants, passengers and vendors needs are met.

We encourage everyone to continue utilizing official health and medical resources at Georgia Department of Public Health and Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC)

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During this time, we will continue communications, update you as the situation evolves, and put additional measures in place as necessary. We appreciate your patience and understanding. We’re proud to serve this community and want to thank you all for your continued support. Please take care of yourselves and each other.