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Shannon Airport (KEZF) of Fredericksburg Virginia is one of the most historic general aviation airports in the country. New things are here, including a newly renovated and refurbished terminal with new restrooms, a pilot planning room with public computers, and free wireless Internet. The terminal is set up as a walk through museum in regards to, the history of Shannon Airport, as well as the history of the battle of Fredericksburg at the Slaughter Pen Farm, in Spotsylvania County, which the airport sits adjacent to and is part of. The Shannon Air Museum is now open on the Field and has on display one of the rarest collection of rare aircraft in the world. The museum has the only Vultee V1A, in the world, as well as many artifacts from Eastern Airlines, of which Sid Shannon Sr, and Eddie Rickenbacker were original founders.

For convenience to all pilots who are qualified drivers there is a crew car that can be checked out for up to two hours to explore Spotsylvania County Virginia the crossroads of the Civil War.
The Robins Nest Cafe' serves: Coffee, Sandwiches, Salads, Ice Cream, Old Fashion Milk Shakes and the best Cuban Sandwich North of Havana. The Robins Nest Pilot, and Hobby shop is now open. .

We hope you come and visit Shannon Airport, The Robin's Nest Caf, and The Shannon Air Museum, located in historic Fredericksburg, Virginia.

Remember, THERE IS NO LANDING FEE at KEZF, and our fuel price is always competitive!
Shannon Airport
3380 Shannon Airport Circle
Fredericksburg, VA 22408
United States of America

Fax 540-373-0035

 U.S. Government AIR Card   Crew car   Enterprise Rent-A-Car   Certificated Pilot School   Wireless Internet Access (WiFi) 
Services, Facilities and Amenities
  • Aviation fuel
  • Aircraft parking (ramp or tiedown)
  • Hangars
  • Hangar leasing / sales
  • Passenger terminal and lounge
  • Flight training
  • Aircraft rental
  • Aerial tours / aerial sightseeing
  • Aviation accessories
  • Pilot supplies
  • Rental cars
  • Pilots lounge / snooze room
  • Public telephone
  • Computerized weather
  • Restrooms
  • Other business
Aviation fuel services
Brand: Shell
Fueling hours: 24/7
100LL Avgas Full service    $4.85
100LL Avgas Self service    $4.65
Jet A Full service    $4.39
Jet A Self service    $4.39
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From Randy Palma on 13-Sep-2019

  New ownership has done wonders with this airfield! Everything that was broke is better than new now. Come see for yourself.
From Ben Motisher on 10-Feb-2018

  Visited Shannon Airport for a couple hours on Jan 23 in a corporate turboprop. Fantastic airport with very friendly staff. While waiting for my passengers, I had quick and tasty lunch at the cafe attached to the FBO, and I even had an opportunity to take a guided tour of the awesome museum on the field. Don't miss this! In fact, it's well worth making a special trip to the airport to see, whether you fly, drive, or walk in!! There are some very unique aircraft on display here, and very interesting history to each one that gets tied in very neatly to the location. And there was no doubt about the guide's enthusiasm about the museum. Really a great general aviation airport!
From Gene Fraser on 12-Sep-2017

  PA-46 stay for a few days at this hidden gem of northern VA. KEZF has a wonderful on site restaurant, terrific GA friendly airport staff, and Enterprise rental a few minutes away. What is not to like!! KEZF is the way a GA airport should be run! Although KEZF is a little further from DC, and Baltimore, the difference in services and costs are worth the drive.
From Dave Young, N401DR on 08-Aug-2017

  Love going into Shannon. Warm hospitality, great food in the café (try the Cuban --- as the owner says, "the best Cuban sandwich north of Havana"), very reasonable fuel prices and the added benefit of the air museum makes it a super place to stop for lunch and a browse around the museum. The new airport manager is really on top of things and has a number of plans to make it an even better stop. One can even shave a few bucks off of the proverbial $100 hamburger by stopping in.
From Ted Klapka on 09-Jul-2017

  Thinks keep getting better at Shannon. The newly opened on field museum is a gem. Great facilities, a grass "cross wind" runway, great food, cheap gas, friendly locals = wonderful airfield.
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