Brookneal-Campbell County Airport


  • Coordinates: 37°08°30°N - 79°00°59°W
  • Elevation: 597'
  • Traffic Pattern: Left
  • Runway: 6-24/3800' x 60' (Asphalt)
  • Runway Lights: MIRL - Radio Controlled
  • Rotating Beacon: Yes
  • Sectional Chart: Cincinnati
  • Location: 6 miles Northwest
  • Fuel: Freedom Aviation (
  • Maintenance: None
  • Manager: Bob Gillespie 240-750-0199
  • Airport Address:
    • Mailing - P.O. Box 100, Rustburg, VA 24588
    • Physical - 133 Runway Road, Gladys, VA 24554
  • AWOS Information: (434) 283-7826
  • Operators: Brookneal-Campbell County Airport Authority, P.O. Box 100, Rustburg, VA 24588
  • Hours of Operation: Unattended
  • Facilities: Terminal building open for pilots and passengers; Restrooms available
  • Points of Interest: Red Hill, Patrick Henry National Memorial
  • Published Instrument Approach: Yes
  • AWOS III: Yes
  • WeatherMation: No
  • Communications: CTAF/UNICOM 122.7
  • Navigation Aids: Lynchburg VORTAC 109.2 128° 12.5 NM
  • Approach Lighting: No


The Brookneal-Campbell County Airport (0V4) now has security video surveillance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This surveillance monitors the runway and protection zone, both which are now enclosed by a security fence.

Virginia Aviation Ambassadors Program

Welcome Back Ambassador Program Stamp! The Ambassador Program Stamp has returned to the airport mailbox following an involuntary hiatus.

Virginia Aviation Ambassadors Logo

The Virginia Aviation Ambassadors Program is designed to encourage pilots and aviation enthusiasts to visit all of Virginia's public use airports as well as aviation museums, safety seminars and special airport events such as fly-ins.  As they set and meet goals, participants will learn more about Virginia's excellent air transportation system, experience the beauty of the Commonwealth as they travel to each airport and have fun. (Source: DOAV website)

For more information please visit the program website.

The Brookneal-Campbell County Airport Authority encourages pilots to participate in this program. The airport has on site a stamp for participants in the Virginia Aviation Ambassadors Program. Pilots may find the stamp in the airport mailbox.