Leasing Development 2018-03-19T13:32:51+00:00

Strategically located in Central Texas, San Marcos Regional Airport is the only FAA designated reliever airport for both Austin-Bergstrom and San Antonio International Airports. Merging business, technology, and mobility together, the airport is a core economic driver creating jobs and new investment opportunities in one of Texas’ fastest growing corridors.

As a premier destination airport, San Marcos Regional Airport serves as a hub of economic activity by providing quality business and aviation services, abundant space to grow, and opportunities for development.


The airport encompasses a total of 1,393 acres. Taking runway protection zones (RPZ) and building restriction lines (BRL) into account, there are approximately 433 acres of developable property. Over 200 of those acres are located on prime Highway 21 frontage.

Also pictured on the map below is the proposed layout for FM 110, a limited-access 65 mph road that will directly connect airport visitors to I-35 to the north and McCarty Lane (near the outlet malls) to the south. Construction is anticipated to begin in 2016 and will make accessing the airport faster and easier!

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In 2013, a new aircraft ramp and associated taxiway (Taxiway Kilo) were built as part of an FAA grant. This area, called the Kilo Development Area is located near the airport entrance and has all necessary utilities and keypad controlled gate access. These pad sites are available for immediate development.

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Our land lease rates and terms are all negotiable and based on where on the airfield you plan to develop, the size of the development, and the length of the requested lease.

As a baseline, our rates range from $0.25-0.45 per square foot per year. The maximum land lease by state law is 40 years.


Whether your interested in building a 50’x50′ hangar for your Cessna 172 or you’re looking to relocate your business, the best place to start is by filling out our Development Questionnaire.


Contact Cassidy Berenato with Texas Aviation Partners via contact page or at (512) 216-6042.