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Currituck County Regional Airport

Flights to Currituck County Regional Airport

ONX – Currituck County Regional Airport

Currituck County Regional Airport (ONX) is located on the mainland in Maple, NC. The airport is owned and maintained by Currituck County. While ONX is not technically located on the Outer Banks, nor considered an OBX airport, the northernmost beaches of North Carolina are part of Currituck County.

ONX has a much longer runway than any of the five Outer Banks Airports, so it can accommodate much larger aircraft. It also has lights for night landings which makes it a great alternative under certain conditions and circumstances.

Currituck County Regional Airport is a very popular choice for outdoor enthusiasts and duck hunting on the Outer Banks. There are almost 30 species of waterfowl that winter in Currituck County making this area an outdoorsman’s paradise. There are also miles and miles of remote areas of the Albemarle Sound waiting to be discovered by kayakers and many beautiful trails for families and hikers. ONX is the airport of choice for many thrill seekers that prefer to avoid the traffic and enjoy a more relaxed side of the Outer Banks.

Currituck County Regional Airport is a great alternative if you are flying in late or arriving on another flight and need a connecting flight to reach your final OBX destination. If you prefer to be picked up – or dropped off – at Currituck County Regional Airport, just let us know – we’re happy to accommodate you.


Dare County Regional Airport

Covering 340 acres and featuring two runways, Dare County Regional Airport (MQI) in Manteo, NC is the largest airport on the Outer Banks. The airport is sometimes referred to as Manteo Airport. Its location is adjacent to the North Carolina Aquarium. Taxi service and rental cars are available, and Outer Banks Airlines can help you coordinate rentals if needed.

Pine Island Airport

Pine Island Airport is conveniently located between Duck and Corolla, so it’s the quickest option for reaching the northern beaches of North Carolina. If you’re interested in flying in or out of Pine Island Airport, you have come to the right place. Whether you own your plane or need to book an air charter, we can help.

First Flight Airstrip at Wright Brothers Memorial

When you need to get to the Outer Banks in a hurry, there’s no quicker – or more convenient – way to travel than Outer Banks Airlines. Not only do we service all five Outer Banks airports, we also help you maximize your time by picking you up at the airport that’s most convenient for you and delivering you to the airport of your choice on the Outer Banks.

Billy Mitchell Airport

Billy Mitchell Airport is the second most remote airport on the Outer Banks. The airstrip is located in Frisco, NC in the heart of Cape Hatteras National Seashore. The airport is named after a local (you guessed it, Billy Mitchell) who was pilot in World War 1. It’s managed by the National Park Service and the NC Department of Aviation and has limited facilities.

Ocracoke Island Airport

If you’re visiting Ocracoke Island, there’s no quicker way to reach your destination than by flying with Outer Banks Airlines. Just say the word, and we can fly you to the Ocracoke Island Airport, helping you avoid beach traffic and the ferry required to reach this beautiful, albeit remote island.