About Columbia Metropolitan Airport
Located 5 miles southwest of the downtown of Columbia, a city in Lexington County, South Carolina, Columbia Metropolitan Airport is a public use airport and a regional cargo center for an American cargo airline called UPS Airlines. It is also the primary commercial airport for the Midlands region and the city of Columbia, in South Carolina. ViaAir, United Express, Delta Connection, Delta Air Lines, American Eagle, and American Airlines are the leading airlines. Covering an area of about 2,600 acres, Columbia Metropolitan Airport features two asphalt and concrete surfaced runways.
There are 87 aircraft based on the field of Columbia Metropolitan Airport, such as multi-engine airplanes, gliders airplanes, helicopters, jet airplanes, and single-engine airplanes. The major aircraft operations Columbia Metropolitan Airport provides are local general aviation, military, transient general aviation, commercial, and air taxi.