Sheboygan County Memorial Airport (SBM).
SBM is classified as a Transport/Corporate (T/C) airport and can serve aircraft weighing as much as 60,000 pounds with wing spans less than 80 feet in length. The primary runway is concrete and is nearly 6,800 feet in length and 100 feet in width. The second runway is asphalt and is nearly 5,000 feet in length and 75 feet in width. This secondary runway was rehabilitated and enhanced in Spring of 2010. Commercial, industrial and personal sites are available for hangers or businesses.
There are over 130 aircraft based at the airport and approximately 66,000 aircraft operations at the airport each year. The SBM ranks as the tenth busiest airport in Wisconsin. Sheboygan County has recently upgraded a site in the northwest portion of the airport for the construction of an office/hanger facility for a local aircraft manufacturing company.
The SBM facility is capable of handling precision instrument approach operations. One fixed-based operator (FBO) is located at the airport. This FBO provides fuel, car rentals, pilot training, aircraft repair, aircraft sales, restaurant services, a pilots’ room, hotel accommodations, and many other services.
Corporate charter and limited commuter services are available at the SBM.
The primary commercial-passenger and air freight service airports serving the County are:
General Mitchell International Airport, Milwaukee
- 56 Miles south of Sheboygan County
- Thirteen Airlines with 200 daily departures & arrivals
Austin Straubel International Airport, Green Bay
- 60 Miles north of Sheboygan County
- Four Airlines