The Crossville Airport (KCSV) is located in Cumberland County just 2 miles from Downtown Crossville and 14 miles from Fairfield Glade Resort. Crossville is the Golf Capital of Tennessee with 10 championship golf courses located in the area. Cumberland Mountain State Park is just a short drive from the airport. You can get the best coffee on the Cumberland Plateau and music on weekend nights at the Grinder House Coffee Shop on Main Street downtown Crossville. Crossville has a good selection of local restaurants to choose from if you are stopping by at lunch or dinner time.
The runway in Crossville is 5418 feet in length and has an ILS approach.
We have crew cars available for short-term use and access to Enterprise and Hertz rental cars delivered to the airport with advanced reservations.
Our normal FBO operations are 8am to 8pm, and winter hours are 8am to 530pm. We offer after hours support with a call out fee. Self-serve Avgas is available for after hours fueling and the terminal is accessible to pilots after hours.
We offer maintenance services specializing in piston single and twin maintenance. Our Director of Operations, Greg Livingston (see bio on the site) is an experienced A&P maintenance technician with Inspector Authorization.
We also offer flight training and aircraft rental with Cessna 172 aircraft equipped with IFR Garmin avionics.
The FBO has overnight hangar space available for aircraft up to mid-size corporate jets.
Greg Livingston along with Dave Bartel, our Line Service Manager, and their team of line service technicians will take care of your aircraft and make sure your stay is enjoyable.
As with all of our locations, we are Shell branded fuel and honor Shell contract fuel, and most other fuel contract programs. We accept all major credit cards including the Government Air Card. Fuel prices are updated and current on airnav.com