Greenville Mid-Delta Airport is a public-use airport in unincorporated Washington County, Mississippi, United States. It is located five miles northeast of the central business district of Greenville, the city that owns the airport. It is served by one commercial airline which is subsidized by the Essential Air Service program. Formerly, the facility was known as Greenville Air Force Base.

As per Federal Aviation Administration records, the airport had 6,310 passenger boarding in calendar year 2008; 6,290 enplanements in 2009; and 6,609 in 2010. It is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015, which categorized it as a non-primary commercial service airport (between 2,500 and 10,000 enplanements per year).

Official information and technical data about Mid-Delta is available at

Airport Address:
166 5th Avenue
Greenville, Mississippi 38703
(662) 334-3121

Why Fly Greenville Mid-Delta Airport

There are few airports today that offer the conveniences for travelers that Greenville Mid-Delta does! Parking that is free and within seconds of baggage drop off, rental car counters and cars that don’t require a ten-minute shuttle ride, a great restaurant that is not miles from the gate, eTicket kiosk ten feet from baggage drop off, free coffee and comfort lounge, a fascinating air museum for the whole family (while you are waiting on arriving passengers), affordable vending machines (a rarity nowadays), and a location central to the entire Delta. And for frequent fliers, let’s not forget to mention that Delta gives full segment and 500 miles credit toward award travel and Elite status–those free upgrades can be reached in half the time by travelling smart from Mid-Delta.

Greenville Mid Delta Airport has made great strides during the past several years in safety related projects and airfield improvements. Several million dollars have been applied to enhance the operational and safety aspects of the airport. The number of operations has remained steady despite construction projects and operations are expected to greatly increase in the future. An additional Crash Truck has been added to the arsenal of the Fire Station along with advanced training for all Firemen. Please rest assured your safety and comfort is our first concern.
A key element to any successful airport is a first class Fixed Based Operator (FBO). In July 2005, Greenville Aero Services took possession of Building 278 and invested over $25K in renovations and repairs. The FBO has a state-of-the-art flight planning room, pilot’s lounge, break room and a great new lobby. The FBO provides all the necessary mechanical needs to support a wide variety of aviation customers. Finally, Greenville Aero teamed up with Eastern Aviation Fuels to provide top quality fuel delivered through specialized fuel trucks. A Charter Service is available through the FBO. The addition of Greenville Aero to Greenville Mid Delta Airport has restored quality into the airport. Greenville Aero has outstanding customer satisfaction which has had a direct impact on fuel sales and our overall success.
Greenville Mid Delta Airport continues to attract and retain aviation businesses to the Mississippi Delta. In 2005 Universal Aerospace Services (UAS) entered into an agreement with the City of Greenville for the use of Hangar 173. In addition to corporate and general aviation aircraft painting, UAS also provides aircraft storage and limited airframe maintenance.
  • Airline: Contour Air
  • Industry:Navigation & Trading Company;  Vector Disease Control, Inc.; First Step Recovery; WWISCAA; Cascio Storage; 
  • Agriculture Services: Delta Conservation Demonstration Center; Greenville Aero

To inquire about leasing space at Greenville Mid-Delta Airport, call Mr. Samuel Washington, Airport Director at (662) 334-3121

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General Airport Information

Mr. Samuel Washington

Airport Director
(662) 334-3121

Mrs. Chontina Smith

Administrative Assistant
(662) 334-3121

James Johnson

Maintenance Supervisor
(662) 334-3121

Prentiss Smith

Lead Captain ARFF Fireman
(662) 334-3121