Transportation & Infrastructure

Air Service

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Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport is Alabama’s largest airport serving the Greater Birmingham area and surrounding Southeastern cities. It offers 120 daily flights to 45 airports in 42 cities throughout the United States. It ranks in the country’s top 75 airports for passengers served annually, serving more than 2.9 million passengers in 2010.

It is located on Birmingham’s eastern side, less than a 50-minute drive from St. Clair’s farthest point.

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St. Clair County Airport (PLR) is located three miles southeast of Pell City.

It features:

AWOS: 119.625
Operation 7 Days A Week, 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Saturday;
11 a.m.-until 5 p.m. CST, Sundays
Self Serve Fuel 100LL 24 hours
3/21 5002′X80′ runways
103 aircraft based on field
Hangar rental and tie-down rental available.
Flight Training and Aircraft rental available.

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Interstates and Highways

Interstate 20 — west to Birmingham and Mississippi; east to Atlanta, Ga.
Interstate 59 — south to Birmingham and Mississippi; north to Tennessee
US 231 — south to Florida; north to Tennessee
US 411 — south to Florida; north to Tennessee

Rail Service

CSX and Norfolk-Southern provide freight service with railroad spurs connecting various industrial sites with main rail service.

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