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Cape May Airport is a public use airport serving corporate and recreational flyers year-round. Landside, it is home to Cape May Brewery, NASW Museum, the Flight Deck Diner, and multiple local favorite retail outlets popular with residents and tourists.
Cape May Airport has been managed by the Delaware River and Bay Authority (DRBA) since 1998. It is one of five DRBA operated regional airports and a favorite access point for aviators looking to enjoy historic Cape May. Its aviation park is a growing tech and retail complex, and it is a key hub for the area’s Coastal Shift – attracting more year-round tech businesses. It is known as an initial FAA test site for evaluating multiple new standards from LED lighting systems to UAS drone use for runway inspections and is a growing UAS test site for commercial use applications.
Cape May Airport is conveniently located just 15 minutes outside of downtown Cape May and 4 miles Northwest of Wildwood, NJ. It is close to Rt. 47, Rt. 9, the Garden State Parkway and the Cape May-Lewes Ferry providing easy access to favorite shore towns, beaches and activities.
- Airport grounds cover approximately 1,000 ft. and include both airside and industrial park operations.
- Approximately 39,000 takeoffs and landings are logged annually for corporate, recreational, charter, and helicopter flights.
- The airport provides two runways 1/19 and 10/28.
- Ten t-hangars are managed by the DRBA that usually run at 100% occupancy.