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Airport - Peter Prince
Peter Prince Field is a public General Aviation (GA) airport owned and operated by Santa Rosa County. The airport identifier for Peter Prince is 2R4. The Airport is located approximately 3 miles east of the City of Milton, along Highway 90 (SR 10). Peter Prince Airport consists of approximately 226 acres of land and is accessible via Highway 90, which runs in an east-west direction along the southern boundary of the Airport property.
The Airport has one asphalt runway, Runway 18-36, which is 3,701 feet long and 75 feet wide. The runway is equipped with medium intensity runway lights and a precision approach path indicator and is served by two full-length parallel taxiways (A&B).
The Airport serves the general aviation (GA) community, including business flyers, with two Fixed Based Operators (FBO); Aircraft Management Services (AMS) and Peter Prince Aviation Center. The airfield also has 23 aircraft hangar buildings, which serve approximately 139 general aviation aircraft.
A GCO communications unit to facilitate instrument departures and arrivals, and a SuperUnicom automatically transmitting safety information (including visibility for instrument approaches) are fully operational.
24 hour self-service fueling is available at both FBO's.
- 2021 Airport Layout Plan (PDF)
- 2020 Airport Master Plan (PDF)
- Airport Overview (PDF)
- Airport Rules and Regulations (Final) (PDF)
- Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) Airport Watch
- Airport Hangar Layout
- Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program (PDF)
- Peter Prince Field Minimum Standard Requirements (Final) (PDF)