8,000 Feet


160 Acres


1,519 Feet

About Aerospace Park

A perfectly positioned space designed specifically for the aerospace industry. With proximity to networks that reach all East Coast population centers, you’re connected to all the major hubs, without having to pay their rent.

Mark Canty
Director of Business Development
(423) 367-2385

David Lotterer
Leasing Agent
(513) 205 6816

Visit our regional partners for more information on major employers, as well as business programs and incentives in our area:

NETWORKS Sullivan Partnership

Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development

  • Elevation:
    1,519 feet
  • Primary Runway 5/23:
    8,000 x 150 feet
  • Runway 23:
    Category II Instrument Landing System (ILS)
  • Runway 5:
    Category I ILS
  • Secondary Runway 9/27:
    4,447 x 150 feet
  • Runway 27:
    Precision Approach path indicator system
  • Police, Aircraft Rescue, & Firefighting Services:
    Available at TRI 24 hours a day
  • Taxiway Width:
    All taxiways are 75 feet wide
  • Restrictions:
    No operation, air traffic, or noise restriction problems

Foreign Trade Zone No. 204

  • Grantee: Tri-Cities Airport Authority
  • Supporting Members: Sullivan County, TN; Washington County, TN; Bristol, TN; Bristol, VA; Kingsport, TN; Johnson City, TN; and Tri-Cities Airport
  • Zone Structure: Alternate Site Framework (ASF)
  • Annual fee charged to FTZ users by grantee: $5,000, regardless of activity or size of activated area

U. S. Customs Port No. 2027

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Port No. 2027 is a fully functional port located at TRI. The port services all modes of transportation, including air, truck, and rail. Shipments are inspected and cleared by U.S. Customs officers, who offer superior customer service to those who clear their goods locally and will even perform inspections at the importer’s facility. The port is also responsible for Foreign Trade Zone oversight and enforcement.

For assistance, contact:

Port of Tri-Cities, TN/VA
100 Cargo Center Drive
Suite CC-104
Blountville, TN 37617
423-325-6498 Phone
423-325-6499 Fax

Innovative Industry

TRI is located at the heart of the Tennessee aerospace cluster, which already includes more than 50 of the top aerospace and defense companies.

Strategically positioned halfway between Miami and New York City for broad access to major hubs.

Ideal location, affordable cost of business, and competitive wages that enable more efficient operations and increased revenue.

Latest News

  • Tri-Cities Airport to Host Master Plan Open House
    Blountville, TN – The Tri-Cities Airport is embarking on an Airport Master Plan (AMP) process which will shape its future for the next two decades, and the local community is invited to participate in this transformative process. To kickstart this initiative, the airport is hosting this public meeting as part …
  • Tri-Cities Airport Awarded Small Community Air Service Development Program Grant
    Blountville, TN – Tri-Cities Airport Authority (TCAA) is one of 20 airports from across the United States to be awarded a Small Community Air Service Development Program (SCASDP) grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation. The $900,000 grant will be used to incentivize an air carrier to provide nonstop service …
  • TCAA Accounting Department Receives GFOA Award for 24th Consecutive Year
    Blountville, Tenn – The Tri-Cities Airport Authority (TCAA) is thrilled to announce its remarkable achievement of being awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) for the 24th consecutive year. This prestigious recognition underscores TCAA’s …
  • Tri-Cities Airport Invites Businesses to Participate in Business Travel Survey to Enhance Air Service
    Blountville, Tenn – Tri-Cities Airport (TRI) released a corporate and business travel survey today. The survey offers businesses an opportunity to provide valuable feedback and insights to enhance the passenger experience and improve air service in the greater Tri-Cities region. The survey consists of 15 questions, covering important topics such …
  • Tri-Cities Airport Receives Support for Small Community Air Service Development Grant
    Blountville, TN – Tri-Cities Airport Authority (TCAA) is applying for a U.S. Department of Transportation Small Community Air Service Development Program (SCASDP) grant. If awarded, the grant will provide vital financial support for air service incentives from the Tri-Cities Airport (TRI) to Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD). The grant would …