Whether you are looking for a new business location or plan to visit the Upstate of South Carolina, the Greenville Downtown Airport (airport identifier GMU) is THE place to land for business in the upstate! GMU is the busiest general aviation airport in S.C. and has six parcels of land that range in size from 2.5 to about 12 acres that are available for long term lease. GMU is centrally located, just three miles from downtown, in the heart of Greenville's business district. Right in between main city arteries: Laurens Road, N. Pleasantburg, Haywood Road and 385, these parcels offer a convenient location for corporate offices, warehouses, data processing centers, freight distribution centers and aviation related companies. GMU has plenty of FREE parking and provides easy access for your clients and staff. Greenville's fantastic east coast location along I-85, between Atlanta and Charlotte, coupled with our low cost of living and tax advantages make us the location of choice for your business. Our airport commission is pro-business and is not bound by typical bureaucratic regulations. GMU looks forward to welcoming new businesses and jobs into our Greenville community.
For additional site information please visit: http://www.greenvilledowntownairport.com/LandForLease.html.
Flying in to Greenville for business? Plan to land at GMU which is the "Corporate Gateway to Greenville." Over the years, the Greenville Airport Commission - owner and operator of the Greenville Downtown Airport - has invested heavily to ensure that the airport remains a safe, efficient, and modern facility. The FAA Southern Region recently selected GMU to receive its prestigious General Aviation Airport Safety Award. The award is presented to a general aviation airport in the Southeast that makes outstanding efforts to increase flight safety. GMU accomplished this by completing numerous safety-enhancing projects. Of particular note, GMU was the first general aviation airport in the nation to install an Engineered Material Arresting System (EMAS) in the latter part of 2003. EMAS rapidly and safely decelerates aircraft that have overrun the active runway by utilizing energy absorbing material. In the summer of 2007, this system was credited with saving five passengers and a $20 million Falcon 900 jet that overran Runway 1 due to a brake malfunction.
Joe Frasher, Airport Director
100 Tower Drive, Unit 2
Greenville, SC 29607