ORANGE COUNTY AIRPORT
Airport Location and Access
Orange County Airport is three (3) miles southwest of the Orange Central Business District, 115 miles east of Houston, and 240 miles west of New Orleans, Louisiana. The Airport experiences an estimated 11,000 annual operations.
Runways: The airport consists of two runways: the primary runway, Runway 4/22, is asphalt that is 5,500 feet in length and 75 feet in width, the secondary runway, Runway 13/31, is a visual turf runway that is 3,000 feet in length and 50 feet in width.
Taxiways: A full-length parallel taxiway and its five (5) connectors associated with Runway 4/22. Each taxiway is 35 feet in width and provides access from the runway to the various landside aircraft use areas.
Aprons: The airport consists of two aprons: the large parking asphalt apron for based and/or itinerant aircraft provides approximately 113,000 square feet (2.6 acres) or parking and maneuvering space and is located west and adjacent to the terminal buidling; a second apron, just east of the terminal building, has approximately 20,000 square feet of space.
Terminal Building: The terminal building, constructed in 1999, consists of approximately 3,000 square feet of space. The terminal provides a lounge area, restrooms, and Airport Supervisor's office, flight planning room, a meeting room, and the FBO office.
Fixed Based Operator (FBO): The current FBO on the field is Sabine Aviation. Sabine Aviation provides various services for both based and itinerant aircraft, which range from fueling to catering to local transportation needs.
Fuel Facility: The aviation fuel tanks include a Jet-A storage unit and an AVGAS/100LL storage unit located on the southeast corner of the tie-down apron. A self-serve dispenser is provided. The fuel tanks are owned by the airport but the fuel is owned and purchased by the FBO. The FBO owns and utilizes two mobile fuel units for dispensing fuel to aircraft at various points on the airport.
Missy Pillsbury, Airport Supervisor