Central Delaware's Regional Airport
Delaware Airpark is a public use airport serving corporate and recreational flyers year-round. It is also the proud home to Delaware State University’s flight training program, one of 6 HBCU aviation training sites in the nation.
Delaware Airpark is one of five regional airports managed by the Delaware River & Bay Authority (DRBA). History is deep at Delaware Airpark, from its creation by Floyd Durham to its contribution to the Tuskegee Airmen in WWII to today's development of the future leaders of the aviation industry through Delaware State University. This general aviation airport offers convenient access to the mid-Atlantic region serving business and recreational flyers year-round.
Conveniently located near Rt. 13 and Rt. 1, Delaware Airpark offers easy access to the Capital District, Delaware Beaches, and Dover Airforce Base. Just minutes from the Dover Motor Speedway - home of the Monster Mile. A choice location in central Delaware.
- Airport grounds cover 319 acres.
- The main runway 9-27 is 4,200' in length with a paved aircraft parking ramp and taxiway.
- Twenty T-hangars that are usually at 100% occupancy are also managed by the DRBA.