South Carolina - Williamsburg County Airports

Airport Name

At / Near Town

Type

FAA LID

Year
Opened

Year
Closed

Comments

1) Lane Airport

Lane

Defunct

-

c.1930

1983
The airfield was said to originally consist of a rectangular sod field, measuring 2,800' x 2,350', and the field was said to have a rotating beacon.

2) Lane Army Air Field

Lane

Defunct
Military

-

1942

1945
The civilian airport in Lane was built up during WWII as a training base with a squadron of P-39 Aircobras. It was an auxiliary field to handle overflow from other Air Corps bases that were getting too crowded.

3) Williamsburg Regional Airport

Kingstree

General
Aviation

CKI

1970

-
Was Williamsburg County Airport (CKI). Per AirNav - activated 7/1970. Owned and operated by Williamsburg County.

4) Hemingway-Stuckey Airport

Hemingway,
Stuckey

Private

38J

Unk

-
Very little information available on this airport.

5) McIntosh Airport

Kingstree

Private

2SC9

2003

-
Activated 2/2003. Owned and operated by Atwood I. McIntosh, Jr.

Airports Found - Virtually Nothing Known Except What's Below

 
Here was a nice airstrip which has disappeared, just one mile due south of Greeleyville in Williamsburg County, SC. It was just east of Bloody Bucket Road, north of Burgess Road, west of Mackey Road, and south of the town. It is invisible on the current aerial photographs and is totally plowed over. Info provided in January 2019 by CBB.

 
This airstrip has two hangars and an aircraft in the picture. It is about 8 miles east of Kingstree on Cedar Swamp Road and is property of Carroll Haddock Farms, LLC. Info provided in January 2019 by CBB.

This beautiful turf airstrip is just south of Gourdin Road (SC Hwy 375) in Williamsburg County, SC about ¾ mile east of U.S. Hwy 52. It is on the tax rolls owned by the Heirs of Henry C. Haddock. Info provided in February 2019 by CBB.
   


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