What entity owns the Georgetown Municipal Airport? (KGTU)

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  • Ducati

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    I am in industrial real estate operations and trying to identity the owners that operate KGTU. It is a city owned, public airport but I am not seeing pension fund/management information anywhere. Does anyone have information on the ownership of the Georgetown Municipal Airport?
     

    perfor8

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    Airport Ownership and Management from official FAA records​

    Ownership:​
    Publicly-owned
    Owner:​
    CITY OF GEORGETOWN
    PO BOX 409
    GEORGETOWN, TX 78627
    Phone (512) 930-3666
    Manager:​
    JOSEPH A. CARNEY
    500 TERMINAL DRIVE
    GEORGETOWN, TX 78628
    Phone (512) 930-8464
    EMERGENCY 512-930-3510.
     

    BBL

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    Someone wants permission to land their AN-225 Mriya at the airport.
    Won't fit at GTU.
    But IIRC, Mriya visited Austin Bergstrom. I remember because people were freaking out that either the Russkis brought us the Sputnik vaccine or were stealing our vaccines. :D
     

    cycleguy2300

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    Won't fit at GTU.
    But IIRC, Mriya visited Austin Bergstrom. I remember because people were freaking out that either the Russkis brought us the Sputnik vaccine or were stealing our vaccines. :D
    Thought that was a AN-124 with only four engines... Saw it sitting on the apron when we went on the apron to escort a Lt, killed in Afganistan, off a 737 after being flown home.



    The AN-124 was a huge plane! Any idea what it was doing here?

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