The City of Rockwall is the County Seat of Rockwall County and is located on the eastern shore of Lake Ray Hubbard. Ralph M. Hall / Rockwall Municipal Airport is owned by the City of Rockwall. The airport name honors Congressman Ralph M. Hall who served the 4th Congressional District of Texas from 1980 until 2014. Congressman Hall was born and raised in Rockwall County.
F46 Aviation Services is the full-time Fixed Base Operator and oversees the day-to-day operation and maintenance of the airport. The airport plays an important role in the local and regional airport and airspace system, and it is an integral component of the transportation network that serves the City of Rockwall and the eastern portion of the DFW Metroplex.
Ralph M. Hall Municipal Airport is two miles east of Downtown Rockwall, approximately two miles from the REDC Technology Park, and 23 miles east of downtown Dallas. It is classified as a general aviation (GA) airport within the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (NPIAS), a community service airport within the Texas Airport System Plan, and a local airport within the newly published FAA document General Aviation Airports: A National Asset.
The airport contains approximately 50 acres, experiences an estimated 15,000 annual operations, and bases 69 GA aircraft ranging from small single-engine aircraft to a Citation Mustang, a small business jet.
Direct access to the airport is provided by Airport Road on the south and is bordered by State Highway 66 on the north and John King Boulevard with an Interstate 30 interchange just 1.5 miles south of the airport. The published airport elevation is 574 feet above mean sea level (MSL), with airfield coordinates of 32˚ 55' 50.140" N and 96˚ 26' 07.748" W.