Williston Municipal Airport, Florida

Williston Municipal Airport (X60) is the former Montbrook Army Air Field for WWII B-17, B-24 and B-25 bombers. Now, one will find an efficient airport surrounded by a now pristine 2,000+acre industrial park that is the future economic engine for the city, Levy County and the region. Our 2 runways are currently 7000' (5-23) and 4330' (14-32). 5-23 has been extended back to it's original length of 7,000 feet by a resurfacing white topping (concrete) project and extending taxiway "A" to accommodate the new runway length.

An Automated Weather Observation Station (AWOS) was recently installed and has been approved by the FAA and has been formally commissioned. For current weather conditions, the AWOS assigned frequency is 118.425 and the telephone access number is 352-528-9949. Other projects in the planning stage are additional T-hangars, a corporate hangar park, a new FBO and an exposition building for trade shows.

Williston Municipal Airport is 30 minutes west of Gainesville and Ocala. This airport is an excellent choice for those attending events at the University of Florida. Our Avgas and Jet 'A' fuels are extremely competitively priced and should be the lowest price around. Services available on-site are painting, upholstery, turbine engine repair and helicopter sales. Within 5 miles of the airport are the internationally known dive springs of Devil's Den and Blue Grotto.

For current information regarding hangar leases, tie downs, fly-in breakfasts and other aviation-related events & services please contact Airport Superintendent Joe Ball (USAF-retired) on Unicom 122.8, office: 352-528-4900; cell: 352-224-8047 or [email protected]

Williston Municipal Airport
1800 SW 19th Ave
Williston, Fl 32696
Phone: (352) 528-4900
Fax: (352) 528-9459
Airport Manager:
Airport Superintendent: Joe Ball

We look forward to welcoming you to Williston - soon!

Airport Manager
City Manager of Williston