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Home Clarksville Regional Airport’s terminal filled to capacity during the Great American Eclipse of 2017, August 21st. Pilots flew in from across the nation, and even internationally, to the witness the highly-anticipated celestial event. The influx of aircraft broke all previous single day air traffic records at the public-use airport. Clarksville Regional Airport’s terminal filled to capacity during the Great American Eclipse of 2017, August 21st. Pilots flew in from across the nation, and even internationally, to the witness the highly-anticipated celestial event. The influx of aircraft broke all previous single day air traffic records at the public-use airport.

Clarksville Regional Airport’s terminal filled to capacity during the Great American Eclipse of 2017, August 21st. Pilots flew in from across the nation, and even internationally, to the witness the highly-anticipated celestial event. The influx of aircraft broke all previous single day air traffic records at the public-use airport.

Clarksville Regional Airport’s terminal filled to capacity during the Great American Eclipse of 2017, August 21st. Pilots flew in from across the nation, and even internationally, to the witness the highly-anticipated celestial event. The influx of aircraft broke all previous single day air traffic records at the public-use airport.

Clarksville Regional Airport’s terminal filled to capacity during the Great American Eclipse of 2017, August 21st. Pilots flew in from across the nation, and even internationally, to the witness the highly-anticipated celestial event. The influx of aircraft broke all previous single day air traffic records at the public-use airport.

A variety of aircraft, ranging from light-sport aircraft to multi- passenger charter jets, flew into Clarksville Regional Airport August 21st to witness the Great American Eclipse of 2017. More than 160 aircraft landed at the airport to view the eclipse, with planes arriving from as far away as England and Canada.