Airport

Overview
The New Smyrna Beach Municipal Airport / Jack Bolt Field, located at the northern end of the City, is owned and operated by the City of New Smyrna Beach and is designated as a general aviation transport airport. 

The airport is used frequently by area flight schools to conduct flight-training activities. 

The Airfield (see diagram):  
  • Is situated on approximately 770 acres of land
  • Accommodates 135,000 annual aircraft operations
  • Accommodates 120 based aircraft
The following fuels are available for self-service
  • Jet A with Additive and Avgas
For updated pricing visit the AirNav.com website or call the Airport Office.

Traffic Counts
Traffic counts are available for review.
Runway Facilities
  • Runway 02/20 - 4,001' x 100'
  • Runway 07/25 - 5,000' x 75' (lighted w/o PAPI)
  • Runway 11/29 - 4,323' x 100' (lighted w/ PAPI)
Air Traffic Control Tower
  • Operates 7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
  • ATIS (available 7 a.m. - 10 p.m.) - 124.625
  • AWOS (available 10 p.m. - 7 a.m.) - 124.625
  • CTAF - 119.675
  • Ground Control - 121.325
  • Approach Control, Daytona Beach - 125.35
  • Instrument Approaches - ASR, GPS, NDB
  • Lighting Approach Aides - PAPI on Runway 29
  • Flight Safety Standards - St. Petersburg (PIE)