The Delaware Airpark is a general aviation airport located in central Delaware. Operated by the Delaware River & Bay Authority, it serves a wide array of uses, including recreational and corporate aviation users. It's also home to the Delaware State University's (DSU) "Flying Hornets" flight training program. It is especially busy during the summer when Delaware State University conducts NASA and Air Force ROTC pilot trainings.
The airport has a single paved runway with instrument approaches available to both Runway 9 and Runway 27.
Current airport information can be found on the FAA's Digital Products website.
Use the airport identifier 33N.
If your aircraft is too large for Delaware Airpark Airport, consider the DRBA's Dover Civil Air Terminal (CAT) at Dover Air Force Base. The CAT is conveniently located within minutes of Dover, Delaware. For more information, visit the CAT's website.
Terminal Procedures for Instrument Approaches are updated monthly on the FAA.gov site. For latest procedures use the button here:
Chart Supplements are updated monthly on the FAA.gov site. For latest chart supplements click this button:
Please put 33N in as the airport identifier in the Search box on the FAA site for both Chart Supplement and Terminal Procedure searches.
Landing Fees & Other Charges
Fees and Charges for Delaware Airpark Airport (333N) are set by Resolution 22-68 by the Commissioners of the Delaware River & By Authority.
There are currently no landing fees at the Airpark. To see the full schedule of all other fees and charges including aircraft storage, tie-down rates, etc. please see or download the pdf here:
There is currently no full-service FBO at the airport. However, self-service 100LL Avgas is available 24/7 with any major credit card.
Did You Know?
Delaware Airpark was founded as a privately owned airport in 1954 by Floyd H.L Durham (1918-2010), a native American with deep roots within the local Lenape community when land became available near his property, allowing him to pursue his dream of flying. Today, Durham is considered one of the fathers of aviation in the state and a member of the Delaware Aviation Hall of Fame. The Delaware Department of Transportation purchased the airport from Floyd Durham in August 2000.
Phill-air provides both aircraft maintenance and flight training at Delaware Airpark.
There are several rental car companies located in the area that offer convenient pickup services. Please visit this link for a listing of rental car agencies in the area.
For general information on the location and community services:
Food & Beverages
There is a small pilot’s lounge inside the terminal with a TV. Doors lock at 5PM daily and can be opened after hours using a keypad. There are also snack and beverage vending machines in the lobby.
For food and beverage and other options in the local community, click below.