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Kyle-Oakley Field Airport serves Murray and Calloway County and is owned by Murray City-Calloway Co Board. The paved runway extends for 4995 feet. The facility is at an elevation of 573 feet at a distance of about 4 miles from Murray.

Nearby accommodations include Days Inn Murray, Best Western University Inn, Baymont Inn & Suites Murray, and Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Murray, within about 10 miles of the facilities.

Location: Murray Kentucky Telephone 502-489-2414

Other Transportation nearby:
(Paducah) Barkley Regional Airport
(Union City) Everett-Stewart Airport
(Paducah) Farrington Airpark Airport
(Paris) Henry County Airport
(Hopkinsville) Hopkinsville-Christian County Airport
(Mc Kinnon) Houston County Airport

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