Midland Airport

The Spaceport Business Park is the first in the country to be co-located with a major commercial airport. Access to Midland Airport and the FAA-certified commercial launch site is ideal for companies manufacturing and testing new technologies. 

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MIDLAND COMMERCIAL AIRPORT

  • Approximately 1,680-acre property located in Midland County, Texas, and owned by the City of Midland.
  • MAF is classified by the FAA as a commercial primary small-hub airport and is certified under Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 139.
  • Certified by the FAA under the Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 420 as a spaceport.
  • MAF supports three airlines: American Eagle, Southwest Airlines, and United Express.
  • More than 20 daily flight departures with non-stop service to Dallas Fort Worth, Dallas Love Field, Houston Intercontinental, Houston Hobby, Phoenix, Las Vegas, and Denver.
  • Adjacent to the Midland metropolitan area with a wide variety of quality lodging, restaurants and entertainment.
  • Six rental car facilities.
  • One fixed base operator (FBO), Landmark Aviation; two maintenance operators, Skywest Aviation, and Deer Horn Aviation Maintenance, Paint & Interior; Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) services; Transportation Security Administration; FAA facilities; and hangars for general aviation aircraft.
  • Foreign Trade Zone #165 is located at MAF which is designated as a Port of Entry and has a U.S. Customs Office.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • airport terminalLocated at approximately 31 degrees, 56 minutes north latitude and 102 degrees 12 minutes west longitude.
  • Elevation of 2,871-feet above sea-level.
  • The MAF property contains four runways and associated taxiways.
  • 9500’ x 150’ runway, 16R/34L capable of wide body takeoffs and landings.
  • Runway 4/22 spans 4,605-feet
  • Runway 10/28 spans 8,302-feet
  • Runway 16L/34R spans 4,247- feet
  • Runway 16R/34L spans 9,501-feet
  • Non-congested airspace and modern, spacious terminal with no flight/noise restrictions or imposed curfews.
  • Progressive management approach to maintaining and improving infrastructure.