KSCX (Scott Municipal Airport)
Full service state-of-art FBO
The airport offers all the conveniences to make travel as easy as possible. The airport offers aircraft parking (ramp or tie-down), courtesy transportation, courtesy cars, a pilot’s lounge/snooze room, passenger lounge, public telephone, computerized weather and Internet access to make your trip more enjoyable.
Fuel Station & Maintenance
On-site fuel station, on-site maintenance and the runway is county maintained.
The FAA allows our property owners easy access to their hangars, homesites, homes, and community amenities.
You will enjoy all the comforts of a major airport with the charm of a small town. And the added bonus of parking your plane in Scott County, TN…No property tax on Private Airplanes!
EXPLORE THE AIRPORT
Maintenance and Aircraft Management
Big South Fork Aero
Big South Fork Aero, Inc is a full service, Part 91 aircraft management company based at SCX. Founded in 1992 with a single Cessna 182, today BSFA manages 5 King Airs and 4 light jets for clients from 7 states. Principals Don Stansberry, III and H. Wayne Hughes and their staff provide pilot service, scheduling, accounting, maintenance tracking, discounted fleet insurance and a host of other services to make aircraft ownership and operation easier.
Big South Fork Aero may be reached at 865-617-7000 or by emailing Don@BSFJet.com.
ATS is a full service maintenance facility with over 120 years of experience. They service aircraft from J3 cubs to Citation Ultras and Premiers. Principal Wayne Huges began working at an FBO in OH at the age of 15 and received his pilots license at age 17. He started ATS in February 1993 and came to Oneida, TN in 2000. Wayne has extensive aviation experience ranging from airline president to regional service center manager for Pratt and Whitney. ATS is a family business that he runs with his wife Reynie and has plans to restore aircrafts with his grandson. They are expanding their service center to accept Cessna Citations.
ABOUT KSCX AIRPORT
KSCX has humble beginnings as a tiny airport in rural Scott County, Tennessee. However, Senator Howard Baker Jr. saw a need to expand the airport in the 1980s; to bring new life to the area where his small hometown of Huntsville, Tennessee is located (which he often described as the center of the Universe). Out of respect for Senator Baker, President Ronald Regan approved the expansion of the airport. The senator served as Ronald Reagan’s Chief of Staff and was highly regarded for his efforts in Washington, as well as his efforts to preserve the Big South Fork recreation area.
Today, you’ll notice that the main terminal of the airport is named after Senator Baker in honor of his great contribution to this once rural corner of Tennessee.
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“The Scott County Airport has made it possible for me to live in Huntsville and to carry on my activities across the state, the nation and around the world. I have based a plane there for most of the last 40 years…it is an invaluable asset to our community.”
– Senator Howard Baker, Jr