Airliner Storage & Disassembly at Stuttgart Airport in Arkansas


Stuttgart Municipal Airport (SGT)

The Stuttgart Municipal Airport is located in Prairie County Arkansas, 8 miles north of the city of Stuttgart. Located 14 miles south of I-40, the airport is 46 miles east of Little Rock, and 85 miles west of Memphis, Tennessee.

Aerial view of the Stuttgart AAF in 1943Aerial view of the Stuttgart AAF in 1943

The airport is owned and operated by the City. It was originally built in 1942 as an advanced twin-engine flying school and glider training facility for the U.S. Army Air Forces.

The airport occupies a 2,560 acre site, and features runways 18/36 at 6,015 feet in length, and 9/27 at 5,002 feet. Runway 18 has NDB approach, and a WAAS GPS approach. Runway 36 has a ILS precision and a WAAS GPS approach. There is a VOR-DME circling approach to all runways also.

The airport fueling facilities consist of 100LL and Jet Fuel supplied by Phillips 66.

For more information, phone the airport at 870.673.2960, or visit the Stuttgart Municipal Airport website.

Airliner Storage and Disassembly

A commercial airliner storage and parts reclamation facility is operated at the Stuttgart Airport by CAVU Aerospace.

The CAVU Aerospace facility at the Stuttgart Municipal Airport in ArkansasThe CAVU  Aerospace facility in Stuttgart

Founded in 2010, CAVU Aerospace Inc. is a Part 145 certified operation and one of the world’s leading providers of aircraft asset management, parking, sales & Leasing, disassembly and recycling services. CAVU is also the creator of CAVU SmartTags™, a secure inventory real-time tracking system.

CAVU provides customized on-site and mobile part out solutions. CAVU consignment services support various airframes including Boeing 727, 737, 747, 757, 767,777, Airbus A319, A320, A321, A330, and A340, CRJ, ERJ and DHC8. Engines types supported include General Electric CF6, CF34, CFM-56, Pratt & Whitney JT3D, JT8D, JT9D, and others.

In addition to its Stuttgart facility, CAVU has three other disassembly locations at the Roswell International Air Center in New Mexico, Phoenix Goodyear Airport in Arizona, and Southern California Logistics Airport in Victorville CA.

For more information, phone CAVU at 870.224.0700, or visit the CAVU Aerospace website or CAVU Aerospace on Facebook. Its physical address is 2000 Airport Road, Stuttgart, AR 72160.

Views of Airliners Stored at the Stuttgart Municipal Airport

Aerial views of airliners in storage at the Stuttgart Municipal Airport
Aerial views of airliner storage at the Stuttfart Municipal Airport in Arkansas

Boeing 737s at the CAVU facility in Stuttgart (photo courtesy of CAVU)
Boeing 737s at the CAVU facility in Stuttgart

Airliner disassembly at the CAVU facility in Stuttgart (photo courtesy of CAVU)
Airliner disassembly at the CAVU facility in Stuttgart

Scrapping operations at the CAVU facility in Stuttgart (photo courtesy of CAVU)
Scrapping operations at the CAVU facility in Stuttgart


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