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Aeronautics Commission

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The West Virginia Aeronautics Commission (WVAC) fosters and assists in the development of aeronautics in West Virginia and encourages the establishment of airports and air navigation facilities.

Enabling Legislation
Procedural Rules
2019 WVAC Annual Report

Aeronautics Resources

Press Releases
Quarterly Meetings and Events
Related Links
Upcoming Events
WV Aviation Hall of Fame

Airports

Airports are a vital key to our transportation system. From private to commercial and passenger to air cargo, West Virginia's airports play a significant role in the state's economy and the communities they serve.  These airports are also located close to other intermodal forms of transportation, thereby allowing greater access and competitive transportation opportunities to businesses and individuals.
 
West Virginia remains truly committed to developing and improving airport facilities to ensure that our transportation system meets the current and future air transportation needs and demands.

Airport Locations 

Airport Websites

Announcements


The West Virginia Aeronautics Commission is excited to launch the West Virginia Aviation Economic Impact Study.  The study will identify and evaluate the wide range of economic benefits the West Virginia aviation system contributes to the state.  Visit www.wvaeis.com to learn more!

Airport Improvement Grant Program

The West Virginia Aeronautics Commission administers grant programs to encourage and support needed capital improvements to the state's public airports. Airports meeting the criteria for Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airport Improvement Program (AIP) funds also qualify for funding from the state program.
 
Currently, airports that meet the Aeronautics Commission's criteria can qualify for up to half of the local share required to match FAA funds. The grant program is supported by the state tax on aircraft fuel and general revenue funds. As of Fiscal Year 2019, the WVAC has awarded $1.195 million to 20 AIP projects, which has been matched by $28.63 million in FAA funds.
 

FY2019 WVAC AIP Grant Award Recipients and Totals

West Virginia Aviation Fuel Tax Transfer Totals

Commission Members

 

Byrd E. White, III, Cabinet Secretary, WV Department of Transportation
1900 Kanawha Boulevard East
Charleston, WV 25305-0440
Phone: 304-558-0444
Fax: 304-558-1004

Tracy K. Miller
Mid Atlantic Aerospace Complex
1600 Aviation Way, 2nd Floor
Bridgeport, WV 26630
304-842-9419
tracymiller@maacinc.com

Gerald R. Sites
229 Sites Lane
Petersburg, WV 26847
304-257-4397
geraldsites@gmail.com

Brian H. Thompson
P.O Box 893
Huntington, WV 25712
304-558-3436
av8rwva@gmail.com

James W. Wallace
8232 Back Road
Beverly, WV 26253
304-637-9600
jwallace@alleghenyinsurance.com 

Staff Members

Sean D. Hill
Director
1900 Kanawha Blvd., East
Building 5, Room 110
Charleston, WV 25305
304-558-3436
 
Angie Talbott
Administrative Services Manager
1900 Kanawha Blvd., East
Building 5, Room A-129
Charleston, WV 25305
304-558-9404

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