NCAA Featured Airport - Construction of the 6200 square foot facility began in May of 2012.
Completion July of 2013 at a total cost of $1.8 million
dollars (Combined Federal, State and Local funds).
W.K. Dickson & Company, Inc. and the Airport
Commission selected M.B.A.J. Architecture of
Raleigh to join their team to design and administer
the construction of the new terminal.
The Duplin County Airport Commission is most
grateful to the NC Division of Aviation and the
Duplin County Board of Commissioners for their
support of this project.
2014 Scholarship Recipients
The NCAA is now accepting applications for the 2015 Scholarships. Click the image to go the the Education page.
If you are interested in participating in an ARCP project to develop a Guidebook for Preventative Maintenance for General Aviation Airports, please contact Rusty Chapman at 770-864-3976 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Supporting the NCAA Educational Foundation
What one of our recent donors had to say about the NCAA Educational Foundation. Click on
Educational Foundation to find out how you too can donate and support the Foundation. Three recipients were awarded scholarships totaling $6,000.00 at the NCAA Annual Conference in Asheville, NC in April 2014.
The mission of the North Carolina Airports Association (NCAA) is to promote aviation and airport management in North Carolina through networking and professional development opportunities. NCAA also administers an aviation scholarship program. Click the image for more information...
Naturally, the first in flight state boasts excellent airports & aviation facilities. Consult our interactive map & listings for location and facility details. [click the image for more...]
The NC Airports Association is divided into three regions. Explore the region and use this section to stay up-to-date with your area airports. [click the image for more...]
Membership in NCAA has it priviledges. Click the image to learn more or, for current members, to log into the members only section of the website.
Operation: FLY NC
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to visit North Carolina airports, museums and special events, all in the name of aviation safety, education and tourism.
Watch this "teaser" video preview of a documentary on the Miracle on the Hudson aircraft. Now based in Charlotte, NC, the aircraft and the documentary tell a heroic tale of piloting excellence.
The mission of the North Carolina Airports Association (NCAA) is to promote aviation & airport management in North Carolina through networking and professional development