Special Air Traffic Procedures
Private and charter planes can land on an FAA-controlled hard surface 4,500 foot runway at Spence Field.
Due to the heavy volume of air traffic generated by the Sunbelt Agricultural Exposition, the Federal Aviation Administration will provide temporary Air Traffic Control services at the airport and shall use the following procedures to maintain a safe, orderly flow of air traffic at Spence Field, Moultrie, Georgia.
There will be many different types of aircraft operating into and out of Spence Field during the Expo. All aircraft must meet the communication requirements listed in FAR 91 for operations in the vicinity of an operating control tower. Pilots are encouraged to keep transmissions to a minimum and listen to the ATIS. Be alert for a high volume of aircraft in the vicinity of Spence Field during the exposition.
Control Tower: The Spence Air Traffic Control Tower (temporary) will operate ten hours per day during the Sunbelt Agricultural Exposition. The hours of operation will be 8:00 AM until 6:00 PM EDT.
RADIO CALL: “SPENCE TOWER”
ATIS – 119.25
GROUND CONTROL – 121.6
TOWER – 127.4