Belfast Municipal Airport
|Located between the North and South phases of the Belfast Airport
Business Park lies Belfast Municipal Airport (BST; N 44°24'34"/W
069°00'43"; 197.7 feet above mean sea level), a 320-acre General
Aviation Airport that caters to corporate jets and small aircraft. The
airport has a paved, lighted runway (15-33), 4,002 feet long and 100
feet wide. Free wireless internet is available at the airport.
Maine Scenic Airways (now under new management) serves as the Fixed Base Operator for the airport, providing scenic, photo, and charter flights, aviation fuel, tie downs with electrical plug-ins, flight training, FAA checkrides, plane rentals, aircraft maintenance, and other aviation services.
Space is currently available at the airport for the construction of private hangars. For more information, please contact Economic Development Director and Airport Manager Thomas Kittredge at 207-338-3370 extension 16, or download an information packet.
Belfast Municipal Airport’s other (closed) runway serves as an ideal area for future commercial aviation development, an area consisting of 13 acres of level, dry land in close proximity to utilities. An access road currently connects this potential business development site with the south phase of the immediately adjacent Belfast Airport Business Park. The City of Belfast would potentially consider any business development proposal for this site that would be FAA-compliant. If you have interest in bringing your aviation-related business to Belfast Municipal Airport, please contact Economic Development Director and Airport Manager Thomas Kittredge
at 207-338-3370 extension 16 or download an information packet
Further information about airport operations can also be obtained from Maine Scenic Airways, at 207-338-4736, on their website
, or on facebook
The City of Belfast will be undertaking phase 2 of the update of the airport's master plan during the second half of 2014 and the early part of 2015. The City of Belfast is currently looking for individuals to serve on a project advisory committee for this project.
The City of Belfast recently completed phase 1 of the update of the airport's master plan in early 2014, which looked at the possibility of extending the airport's main runway: