Big Spring McMahon-Wrinkle Airport, the former WEBB Airforce Base, is a general aviation airport owned and operated by the City of Big Spring. Regular aviation activities include agricultural spraying, corporate use, flight instruction, and recreational flying.
The airport supports the local economy and provides several community-based services and programs to enhance the health, safety, welfare, and quality of life of area citizens. The airport also hosts several fly-ins and air shows and maintains the Hangar 25 Air Museum. In 2007, the airport hosted the Hang Gliding World Championships.
The Big Spring Airport/Industrial Park has all the desirable building characteristics that companies look for. Available hanger space with runway access is great for startups with the option to build to suit. Existing water, sewer are all readily available for businesses wishing to establish in the park.
The development map shown below shows the surrounding areas for development in Big Spring. Viewing the map can be illustrated by the list below:
Red lines - existing rail
Blue lines - existing water
Green lines - existing sewer