Combining low operating costs with a pro-business attitude, Dumas is an ideal location for aviation-related businesses.

Located approximately two miles west of Dumas, Texas, the Moore County Regional Airport features a newly expanded 6,000-foot runway to accommodate light jet traffic. A profitable alternative to the high lease rates and stricter environmental regulations at other airports around the country, the Moore County Airport serves as a strategic location for aviation businesses to relocate and expand.

Adjacent to the taxiway, the recently built Aviation Park has hangar space that is currently available. A mechanic and a newly purchased jet fuel truck are on site for added convenience.

The Dumas Economic Development Corporation (EDC) and Moore County have plans underway to construct a new 20,000-square-foot hangar and terminal within a year. Along with accommodating small jets, the new hangar will include office space. The Aviation Park is ideal for companies that specialize in small jet fabrication, aircraft refurbishment or maintenance, aircraft painting, or crop-dusting.

Low Lease Rates

The Moore County Airport's low lease rates reduce your cost of doing business, so you can enjoy a higher profit margin and invest more in your company. Ample land near the airport also ensures that you'll have the space if you need to build a larger facility.

Lenient Environmental Regulations

With very few environmental regulations, the Moore County Airport in Dumas allows aviation-related businesses of all types to operate without the costs and headaches tied to stringent regulations.

Pro-Business City

As a pro-business town, Dumas equips its EDC with the resources needed to help you succeed. Innovative assistance programs, lower property taxes, and business development coaching are just a few of the ways it aids companies. Whether you need help starting or growing your business, the EDC will help your company thrive.
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