Vineyard Gazette
The airfield on the central plain of Martha’s Vineyard is beginning to shape up as something more than raw earth, mud, and the destination of building materials trucked over the roads from the st
World War Two
Naval Auxiliary Air Facility
Martha's Vineyard Airport
Maia Coleman
Seasonal service has resumed at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport, nudging up traffic numbers that have lagged for more than a year, airport director Geoffrey Freeman said during a brief meeting of the airport commission Thursday.
Martha's Vineyard Airport
Aliyah Walker
Ten years ago, Anthony Piland Jr. was an aspiring pilot doing a student job shadow at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport. This summer, he is flying into that same airport as a Republic Airways captain.
Cape Air
Martha's Vineyard Airport
Noah Asimow
The Martha’s Vineyard Airport reported a major jam-up of private jet traffic over the weekend, much of it stemming from President Barack Obama’s 60th birthday bash. Airport manager Geoffrey Freeman said private jets crowded the tarmac at the small airport all weekend, draining fuel supplies.
Barack Obama
Martha's Vineyard Airport

2023

The town of West Tisbury is seeking a volunteer to serve on a committee studying noise from the Martha’s Vineyard Airport.

2022

As traffic numbers return to pre-pandemic norms, the Martha’s Vineyard Airport is looking toward offseason projects to improve infrastructure and mitigate the effects of a PFAS contamination.
The Martha’s Vineyard Airport is scrambling to find grants to offset $6.8 million in necessary updates to its wastewater system or the costs will be passed on to its business park tenants.

2021

After failing to get off the runway two years ago, the Martha’s Vineyard Airport has filed a scaled-down capital improvement plan with the state and Federal Aviation Administration.
The Martha’s Vineyard Airport reported a major jam-up of private jet traffic over the weekend, much of it stemming from President Barack Obama’s 60th birthday bash. Airport manager Geoffrey Freeman said private jets crowded the tarmac at the small airport all weekend, draining fuel supplies.
Ten years ago, Anthony Piland Jr. was an aspiring pilot doing a student job shadow at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport. This summer, he is flying into that same airport as a Republic Airways captain.

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