LaBelle Airport

LaBelle, Florida Municipal Airport (X14)

The LaBelle Municipal Airport (X14) is owned by Hendry County and the airport office is staffed with a county employee every week day, headed by Thomas Vaughn. The Hendry county government sells avgas and jet fuel, aviation charts and miscellaneous supplies.

Rental cars and taxi services are available and a county owned courtesy car may be available. There is a Winn-Dixie supermarket within walking distance of the airport. The supermarket also has a pharmacy, and ATM machine.

The LaBelle Airport recently finished up a major project with new taxiways and a longer runway and additional hangars. )

Welcome to LaBelle...The LaBelle Municipal airport (X14) has a lighted 5254' x 75' runway (14-32) that was lengthened and widened in 2005, hangar space, and aircraft tie-down space for transient and local aircraft, and sells aviation and jet fuel from a 24-hour self-fueling facility. Unicom frequency is 122.8.

Places to see nearby...

Local places of interest for visitors include the Caloosahatchee River only one mile north of the airport where boats cruise from the east coast of Florida all the way to the west coast in Ft. Myers. (photo above: LaBelle Bridge on the Caloosahatchee River by Don Browne)

There are several scenic public parks and a boat ramp along the riverfront. Restaurants and motels are close by, and can be found along State Road 80 (also called Hickpoochee Avenue) as well as State Road 29 (Bridge Street).

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