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The Heart of Georgia Regional Airport is a public-owned, public-use airport located in Eastman, in Dodge County Georgia. The Airport was opened in 1966 as a result of efforts by local candy company owner and aviator W.S. Stuckey Sr, of Stuckey's convenience store chain fame. Mr. Stuckey wanted an airport convenient to his business, and played an integral part in its construction. The current terminal building is named in his honor. The airport has one runway, 2-20, which is 6,506 feet long and 100 feet wide, and equipped with precision and non-precision instrument approaches.