List of airports in Massachusetts

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This is a list of airports in Massachusetts (a U.S. state), grouped by type and sorted by location. It contains all public-use and military airports in the state. Some private-use and former airports may be included where notable, such as airports that were previously public-use, those with commercial enplanements recorded by the FAA or airports assigned an IATA airport code.

As of 2009, there were 37 public-use airports, 184 private landing areas, and 2 seaplane bases in Massachusetts.[1] 24 of the public-use airports are government owned, either by municipalities or the Massachusetts Port Authority.[2]

Airports[edit]

This list contains the following information:

City servedFAAIATAICAOAirport nameRoleEnpl.
Commercial service – primary airports
BostonBOSBOSKBOSGen. Edward Lawrence Logan International AirportP-L14,721,693
HyannisHYAHYAKHYABarnstable Municipal Airport (Boardman/Polando Field)P-N88,055
NantucketACKACKKACKNantucket Memorial AirportP-N184,618
New BedfordEWBEWBKEWBNew Bedford Regional AirportP-N10,604
ProvincetownPVCPVCKPVCProvincetown Municipal AirportP-N11,288
Vineyard HavenMVYMVYKMVYMartha's Vineyard AirportP-N56,763
Commercial service – nonprimary airports
WorcesterORHORHKORHWorcester Regional AirportCS8,007
Reliever airports
BeverlyBVYBVYKBVYBeverly Municipal AirportR83
LawrenceLWMLWMKLWMLawrence Municipal AirportR33
NorwoodOWDOWDKOWDNorwood Memorial AirportR66
General aviation airports
ChathamCQXKCQXChatham Municipal AirportGA44
FitchburgFITKFITFitchburg Municipal AirportGA2
GardnerGDMGDMKGDMGardner Municipal AirportGA
Great BarringtonGBRGBRKGBRWalter J. Koladza Airport (Great Barrington Airport)GA3
Mansfield1B9Mansfield Municipal AirportGA32
MarshfieldGHGKGHGMarshfield Municipal Airport (George Harlow Field)GA
Montague0B5Turners Falls AirportGA
North AdamsAQWKAQWHarriman-and-West AirportGA
Northampton7B2Northampton AirportGA14
OrangeOREKOREOrange Municipal AirportGA5
PittsfieldPSFPSFKPSFPittsfield Municipal AirportGA29
PlymouthPYMPYMKPYMPlymouth Municipal AirportGA14
Southbridge3B0Southbridge Municipal AirportGA
Springfield / ChicopeeCEFCEFKCEFWestover Metropolitan Airport / Westover Air Reserve BaseGA [nb 1]2,227
Stow6B6Minute Man Air FieldGA
TauntonTANKTANTaunton Municipal Airport (King Field)GA
Westfield / SpringfieldBAFBAFKBAFBarnes Municipal AirportGA366
Other public-use airports (not listed in NPIAS)
Barre / Barre Plains8B5Tanner-Hiller Airport
Berkley1M8Myricks Airport
Edgartown1B2Katama Airpark
Falmouth5B6Falmouth Airpark
HalifaxMA6Monponsett Pond Seaplane Base
Hanson28MCranland Airport
Hopedale1B6Hopedale Industrial Park Airport
Marlboro9B1Marlboro Airport
Marstons Mills2B1Cape Cod Airfield
MethuenMA2Merrimack Valley Seaplane Base
Newburyport2B2Plum Island Airport
Spencer60MSpencer Airport
Sterling3B3Sterling Airport
Military airports
FalmouthFMHFMHKFMHOtis Air National Guard Base
Notable private-use airports
Amesbury6MA0Lake Gardner Seaplane Base
IpswichMA36Snow Airport (former public use, FAA: PHQ)
Palmer13MAPMXMetropolitan Airport (former public use, FAA: PMX)
WareMA53UWAWare Airport (former public use, FAA: UWA)
Notable former airports
AcushnetAcushnet Airport (1952–1959) [1]
Agawam7B0Bowles Agawam Airport (1930–1985) [2]
AyerAYEMoore Army Airfield (1929–1995)
BoltonBolton Airport (1931–1951) [3]
BraintreeBraintree Airport (1948–1968) [4]
BrocktonBrockton Airport (1920s–1950s) [5]
CantonBoston Metropolitan Airport (1931–1950s) [6]
ChathamChatham Naval Air Station
ChilmarkNo Man's Land Navy Airfield
Fall RiverFLRKFLRFall River Municipal Airport (closed 1996–1998)
FireworksClark Airport [7]
DanversRobbins Airport [8]
GloucesterCoast Guard Aviation Station Ten Pound Island
GraftonGrafton Airport [9]
HatfieldMA03Hatfield-Pilgrim Airport [10]
Haverhill8B6Haverhill Dutton Airport [11]
HaverhillMA04Haverhill Riverside Airport & Seaplane Base [12]
LancasterPine Hill Airport [13]
LeicesterMA04Leicester Airport [14]
LowellLowell Airport
Nomans LandNo Man's Land Navy Airfield
NorfolkHenan-Menon Memorial Airport [15]
North MiddleboroNorth Middleboro Airpark [16]
QuincyNAS Squantum
RevereRevere Airport (1927–1962) [17]
SalemCGAS Salem
SaugusSaugus Field
Seekonk, MAProvidence Airport (1928[3]–1950s) [18]
South WeymouthNZYNaval Air Station South Weymouth (Shea Field)
SpringfieldSpringfield Airport [19]
TewksburyB09Tew-Mac Airport (closed 1997)
Westboro3B6Westboro Airport (1934–1980) [20]

Footnotes:

  1. ^ Westover Metropolitan Airport is listed as a commercial service – primary airport in the 2011–2015 NPIAS (based on 15,771 enplanements in 2008). It has not had scheduled commercial airline passenger service since June 2008.

See also[edit]

Sources[edit]

Federal Aviation Administration (FAA):

Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT):

Other sites used as a reference when compiling and updating this list:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "90 Day Integration Report, September 2009". Massachusetts Department of Transportation. 
  2. ^ "About MAC (Massachusetts Aeronautics Commission)". Massachusetts Department of Transportation. 
  3. ^ "Airport to be built on site in Seekonk". Providence News. June 20, 1928.