Taylor County Airport

Taylor County Airport may refer to:

  • Taylor County Airport (Kentucky) in Campbellsville, Taylor County, Kentucky, United States (FAA: AAS)
  • Taylor County Airport (Wisconsin) in Medford, Taylor County, Wisconsin, United States (FAA: MDZ)
See also: Taylor Airport (disambiguation)

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Taylor County Airport (Kentucky)
37.35833°N 85.30944°W / 37.35833 -85.30944 Taylor County Airport IATA none – ICAO KAAS – FAA LID AAS Summary Airport type Public Owner Taylor County Airport ... airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the FAA and IATA, Taylor County Airport is assigned AAS by the FAA but has no designation from the ...
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