What once was only an airstrip is now on track to be a major center for jobs in Covington County.
The airport is home to several companies and a refueling operation that provide high-paying jobs.
The number of take offs and landings have doubled over the last five years and business has tripled.
Airport officials expect the 200 current jobs to grow to well over a thousand in the next five-years.
A school located at the airport helps prepare students for future jobs.
The construction of advanced airlift, which provides aircraft maintenance services at the airport, should be complete in the next four-months.