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Notice: Airport Advisory Board (AAB) Meetings

McCollum Runway

To comply with social distancing guidelines, Airport Advisory Board (AAB) meetings will be held virtually until further notice.

Recent Meetings

AAB Meeting: April 12, 2021 at 4:00 pm   Event Registration Link

Public Attendance/Comment

Members of the public wishing to "attend" meetings or wishing to offer public comment must register prior to the event.

To register, simply click on the "Event Registration Link" for the meeting and follow the instructions detailed in the graphic below.

Once registered, you will receive an email confirming your registration. Please note that members of the public registered to provide public comment will be muted until the public comment portion of the meeting. 

Screenshot of registration process

About Cobb County International Airport

Cobb County International Airport is a major general aviation reliever airport for Hartsfield-Jackson Airport.

Located only 20 miles northwest of downtown Atlanta, it is convenient to most business and tourist destinations in the region. The Airport offers first-class service to both business and pleasure aircraft through its full-service FBO. Pilots will find the longest general aviation runway in the metro Atlanta area at 6,295' long, recently reconstructed with concrete. 

A full ILS and new High Intensity Runway Lights will assist the pilot in locating the runway in marginal weather conditions.  

Quick Facts: 

  • Runway 9-27   6,295' x 100' concrete 
  • Control Tower  (0700-2300 local) 
  • ILS Runway 27 (200'-3/4 mile) 
  • 300 aircraft based at airport 
  • Executive Fixed-Base Operator 
  • Rental Cars Available 
  • Over 500,000 sq. ft. of hangar space 

Information for Pilots

Cobb County Airport - McCollum Field - RYY

(RYY) 20NW UTC-5(-4DT) N34º00. 47.5' W84º35. 49.2'

  • ELEVATION: 1040' msl
  • RUNWAY: 09-27: 6,295' X 100' (CONCRETE)
  • ILS: 111.9 Rwy 27
  • LIGHTING: HIRL, REIL Rnwy 27 (Activate PCL using CTAF when tower closed)
  • RWY 09: PAPI (4box)-GA 4.0 Threshold displaced 1,073'. Right Traffic.
  • RWY 27: REIL. PAPI (4box)-GA 3.0
  • AWOS-3: 128.125 (770) 425-3406
    • TOWER   125.9
    • GND CON 119.0
    • CLNC DEL 119.0
  • CLEARANCE DELIVERY: 121.0 (when control tower is closed)

AIRPORT REMARKS: Attended 0600-2200 Local. For service after hours arrange with FBOs at (770) 422-2345 or (770) 422-4300. Coyotes are on and in vicinity of airport. Airport mowing is in progress spring thru autumn.

International Customs Information


Fee Description
$350.00 Based KRYY aircraft usage fee per International flight requiring US CBP clearance during the hours 10:00 AM ET to 7 PM ET Thursday through Monday (closed Tuesday and Wednesday but available with advance notice). Additional charge for after hour’s service is $150 per call out.
$450.00 Transient aircraft usage fee per International flight requiring US CBP clearance during the hours 10:00 AM ET to 7 PM ET Thursday through Monday (closed Tuesday and Wednesday but available with advance notice). Additional charge for after hour’s service is $150 per call out.
$700.00 Over 15 pax aircraft usage fee per International flight requiring US CBP clearance during the hours 10:00 AM ET to 7 PM ET Thursday through Monday (closed Tuesday and Wednesday but available with advance notice). Additional charge for after hour’s service is $250 per call out.
$185.00 Regulated garbage disposal fee (per bag)
  $35.00 per flight requiring dish sanitization
$300.00 per flight fee for pre-payment of 10 or more flights to be used within an 18 month period.


US Customs and Border Protection requires 2 hours advance notice prior to the arrival of any International Flight that requires CBP services at KRYY:

  • CBP KRYY 770-422-3553 Tel
  • CBP KRYY 770-422-3550 Fax
  • CBP KATL 404-765-2248 Tel (24 hrs.)
  • CBP Chief 404-925-5104 Scott Reinhardt
  • CBP KATL 678-471-8122 Shana Wells

The last two numbers are to be used if we are unable to get satisfactory response from regular dispatch numbers.

If requesting an Overflight Exemption at Hartsfield Jackson ATL International Airport, Ga., an e-mail is sent to [email protected] with the following information:

  • Aircraft N Number
  • Aircraft Type
  • Color Scheme of Aircraft
  • Pilot’s Full Name, Date of Birth, Citizenship
  • Crew Full Name, Date of Birth, Citizenship
  • Name of Company/Owner
  • Company Address
  • Point of Contact (Phone and Email)


Company Address Contact Services Offered
Hawthorne Global Aviation Services 1723 McCollum Parkway Bldg 500
Kennesaw, GA 30144
(770) 422-4300
Full Service FBO
Aircraft Storage
Aero Atlanta 1755 McCollum Parkway
Kennesaw, GA 30144
(770) 422-4300
Flight School
Apex Aircraft Detailing   (678) 761-3377
Aircraft Detailing
Atlanta Air Academy   (770) 419-2001 Flight School
Atlanta Air Charter 1723 McCollum Parkway, Entrance B
Kennesaw, GA 30144
(770) 419-2001
Aircraft Charter Part 135
AvWest - Atlanta 2600 Cessna Ln NW
Kennesaw, GA 30144
(678) 354-6255
Avionics Repair/Sales
BiPlane Adventures 1723 McCollum Parkway
Kennesaw, GA 30144
(770) 364-8746
Airplane Rides
DLK Aviation 2601 Cessna Lane
Kennesaw, GA 30144
(770) 427-4954 Aircraft Maintenance
Elevation Chophouse & Skybar 1723 McCollum Parkway, Entrance B
Kennesaw, GA 30144
(770) 485-7469
Public Restaurant
Flightworks 1723 McCollum Parkway, Entrance C
Kennesaw, GA 30144
(770) 422-7375
Air Charter Part 135
Aircraft Management
Air Ambulance
Great Adventure Flying, LLC   (305) 773-1283
Flight School
H&L Aircraft 1765 McCollum Parkway
Kennesaw, GA 30144
(770) 427-5400 Aircraft Maintenance
Priority Jet 1715 McCollum Parkway
Kennesaw, GA 30144
(678) 381-0090
Air Charter Part 135
Sparkle Clean of Georgia   (678) 699-8210
Aircraft Washing
Superior Flight School 1800 Airport Rd.
Kennesaw, GA 30144
(770) 422-7465
Flight School

General Information

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Goal for Cobb County International Airport-McCollum Field

Cobb County International Airport-McCollum Field, owned and operated by Cobb County, has an overall DBE goal of 11.17% for all Airport Improvement Program (AIP)-funded projects in FFY 2021-2023.

FY 2021-2023 Airport DBE Goal Development Methodology

Economic Impact

Directions for Parking (Waze)

CCIA SB53 Spotlight
Cobb County International Airport & Super Bowl LIII

View this presentation to learn how the Cobb County International Airport handled 900 arrivals and departures during the Super Bowl LIII travel period!

Tour the airport
Learn More About the Airport

Tour presented by Geographic Information Services (GIS).

View arrivals and departures
Flight Tracker

View Arrivals and Departures

Subscribe to the Friends of McCollum Newsletter

Cobb County International Airport provides bi-annual newsletters to inform you of the latest project updates and discuss safety and security related items.

Airport Strategic Planning Board

2021 Meetings

2021 Meeting Calendar

Date Agenda Materials Minutes
February 1 February Agenda February Presentation February Minutes
April 12   April Presentation April Minutes
June 7      
August 2      
October 4      
December 6      

2020 Meetings

2020 Meeting Calendar

Month Agenda Materials Minutes
December   December Presentation December Minutes
October October Agenda October Presentation October Minutes
August August Agenda August Presentation August Minutes
June Meeting canceled N/A June 1 Airport Status Update in lieu of Meeting Minutes
April Meeting canceled N/A April 13 Airport Status Update in lieu of Meeting Minutes
February   February Presentation February Minutes (Draft)

NOTICE:  The April 13 and June 1, 2020 Airport Advisory Board Meetings were canceled due to the COVID 19 Public Health Emergency Order. The June 1 Airport Status Report is provided to the Airport Board Members in substitution of these meetings.

About the Strategic Planning Board

Airport Master Plan

The Airport Strategic Planning Board continues to review information on the Airport Master Plan Update. The Airport Board will advise the County on an appropriate plan for the future development of the airport. The Master Plan Update includes identifying needs over the next 20 years, evaluating potential development options, and identifying airfield improvements needed to meet FAA development/safety standards. Comments are welcome to [email protected].