The primary runway at Smith Reynolds Airport (INT) is Runway 15/33 which has a length of 6,655 feet and a width of 150 feet. The runway is constructed of asphalt and is grooved to provide additional traction during wet weather conditions. In 2008, Runway 15/33 was rehabilitated with an asphalt overlay and was then re-marked with precision and non-precision markings. Currently, the airport has an ILS approach to Runway 33, GPS approaches to Runways 15 and 33 and a VOR/DME approach to runway 15. To aid pilot visibility during instrument conditions, runway end identifier lights (REILs) are installed near the threshold of Runway 15; whereas, a medium intensity approach lighting system with runway alignment indicator lights (MALSR) is installed prior to the approach end of Runway 33.
Runway 4/22 serves as the crosswind runway at INT. It has a length of 3,938 feet and a width of 150 feet. This runway is primarily used by small, general aviation aircraft or by flight schools to conduct their training activities. Runway 4/22 currently does not have the instrumentation or the lighting necessary to accommodate aircraft operations during instrument conditions.
Each runway at INT is supported by a full-length parallel taxiway. Taxiway ‘A’ serves Runway 15/33 to the west with taxiway connectors ‘B’, ‘C’, ‘D’, and ‘E’; whereas, Runway 4/22 is served by the full-length parallel Taxiway ‘F’ with taxiway connector ‘J’. Taxiway ‘A’ provides access to/from both runways to the terminal apron and Taxiway ‘H’ provides access to/from the large maintenance hangar areas to taxiway ‘F’. Taxiways ‘M’ and ‘N’ provide access to the, centrally located, South T-hangars.
Paved apron areas are required for the parking of based aircraft in the form of tie-downs and also for transient aircraft parking in the form of open ramp. Multiple apron areas exist throughout the airfield for aircraft parking; however many of these aprons are directly associated with nearby hangars where private business is conducted.
The terminal building was constructed in 1941 and is located on the west side of the airport, adjacent to Taxiway ‘F’, with surface access via Norfleet Street and Liberty Street. The terminal building was previously used by commercial airline passengers until 2000, when US Airways ceased commuter operations to the airport.
The Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) facility is located on the south side of the airfield between runways 4/22 and 15/33 and is accessible from N. Liberty Street by taking Fairchild Rd. which turns into Aviation Drive. Aviation Drive leads directly to the ARFF facility, airport maintenance, and to the Heritage maintenance hangar.