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The airport opened in 1968-69 with a 6000-foot runway.
Greenbrier Valley Airport covers 472 acres (191 ha) at an elevation of 2,301 feet (701 m). Its one runway, 4/22, is 7,003 by 150 feet (2,135 x 46 m) asphalt.
In the year ending November 30, 2011 the airport had 22,107 aircraft operations, average 60 per day: 67% general aviation, 18% air taxi, 10% airline, and 5% military. 26 aircraft were then based at this airport: 88% single-engine, 8% multi-engine, and 4% jet.
The airport has four rental car companies, Avis, Hertz, Enterprise, and National.
Order 2004-2-13 (February 19, 2004): selecting Air Midwest, Inc., d/b/a US Airways Express, to provide essential air service at Greenbrier/White Sulphur Springs/Lewisburg, West Virginia, for a two-year period at an annual subsidy rate of $40,579; and, sets final rates for Air Midwest hold-in service at the community, which ends with the beginning of the two-year rate team.
Order 2006-4-8 (April 11, 2006): selecting Air Midwest, Inc., d/b/a US Airways Express, to provide year-round essential air service at Greenbrier/White Sulphur Springs/Lewisburg, West Virginia, for the two-year period beginning June 1, 2006, at an annual subsidy rate of $685,040.
Order 2007-7-21 (July 31, 2007): selecting Gulfstream International Airlines, Inc. to provide subsidized essential air service (EAS) at DuBois and Franklin/Oil City, Pennsylvania, Greenbrier/White Sulphur Springs/Lewisburg, West Virginia, and Athens, Georgia, at a total annual subsidy rate of $4,077,792 ($1,159,229 for DuBois, $763,741 for Franklin/Oil City, $1,329,477 for Greenbrier/White Sulphur Springs/Lewisburg, and $825,345 for Athens) for the two-year period beginning when Gulfstream inaugurates service through the end of the 24th month thereafter.
Order 2008-5-3 (May 6, 2008): selecting Gulfstream International Airlines, Inc. to provide subsidized essential air service (EAS) at DuBois and Franklin/Oil City, Pennsylvania, and Greenbrier/White Sulphur Springs/Lewisburg (Lewisburg), West Virginia, at a total annual subsidy rate of $5,577,594 ($2,020,095 for DuBois, $1,226,773 for Franklin/Oil City, and $2,330,725 for Lewisburg) for the two-year period beginning when Gulfstream inaugurates service through the end of the 24th month thereafter.
Letter of Air Midwest LLC (May 14, 2008): advising that it has decided to discontinue all air carrier operations, liquidate its assets and surrender its FAA and DOT certificates. Air Midwest is also providing its service terminations schedules (May 23: Athens, Dubois, Franklin/Oil City, Greenbrier/White Sulphur Springs/Lewisburg; May 31: Ely, Visalia, Merced, Kingman, Prescott; June 30: Colombia, El Dorado, Harrison, Hot Springs, Jonesboro, Grand Island, Kirksville, Joplin, McCook).
Order 2010-5-22 (May 19, 2010): requesting proposals from carriers interested in providing essential air service (EAS) at Bradford, DuBois, and Oil City/Franklin, Pennsylvania, and Jamestown, New York, for the next two-year period from October 1, 2010, through September 30, 2012, with or without subsidy. Not soliciting proposals for Greenbrier/White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia (In Order 2008-5-3, May 6, 2008, Greenbrier was included under the same contract as DuBois and Oil City/Franklin. However, on June 10, 2010, Atlantic Southeast Airlines and Pinnacle Airlines, both operating as Delta Connection, will inaugurate subsidy-free service from Greenbrier Valley Airport to both Atlanta-Hartsfield Jackson International Airport and New York LaGuardia Airport with 50-seat Canadair CRJ-200 aircraft. Delta Connection will provide one daily nonstop round trip in the Greenbrier-Atlanta market and one daily nonstop round trip in the Greenbrier-New York LaGuardia market.
Order 2012-5-17 (May 22, 2012): selecting Silver Airways, formerly Gulfstream International Airways, to provide Essential Air Service (EAS) at Muscle Shoals, Alabama, Greenville, Laurel/Hattiesburg, and Tupelo, Mississippi, and Greenbrier/White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia (Lewisburg), using 34-passenger Saab 340 aircraft, for a combined annual subsidy of $16,098,538.
Order 2012-6-5 (June 7, 2012): extending the Essential Air Service (EAS) obligation of Delta Air Lines, Inc., at Greenbrier/White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, for an additional 30 days, through July 13, 2012.