MMU Airport Construction

Morristown Airport will update its MMU Airfield Construction page as necessary.

For any immediate questions concerning construction, please call Airport Operations:

Phone: 973-538-2200 Ext. 116

2017 MMU Runway Construction and Closure Dates:

Friday, June 2nd through Monday, June 12th

This year Morristown Airport will be continuing its multi-year Keel Repair Project on Runway 5-23 that was previously delayed. In a project funded by the NJDOT, the Airport will repave the final 3,000 feet of the southern end of the runway. Similar to previous Keel projects, we will be repaving the center 50 feet. In order to retain the funding provided by the NJDOT, this project must be completed in the first half of 2017.
More information for the June 2nd through June 12th window will be published when available.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Airport Operations at 973-538-3366 ext. 116.

The Reason for the RWY 5-23 Keel Repair Project

The Runway 5-23 Keel project was designed to stabilize the center 50’ section of the runway in preparation for a larger Runway Rehabilitation project that is scheduled to start in 2018.

The work involves milling out 9 inches of asphalt, 50’ wide and then laying a fabric and replacing the pavement. The new pavement would stabilize the center of the runway, which had started to fail due to age. During the larger Runway Rehabilitation project, Runway safety areas will be brought up to standard and an actual runway overlay will not occur until the end of the project.

The Keel work is designed to ensure that the runway remains stable through the larger project.



MMU Fuel Farm Rehab Project

Morristown Airport began its Fuel Farm Rehabilitation Project on Monday, March 14th and is expected to complete the project in early 2017

For more information about the Fuel Farm Project, please click HERE

We appreciate your patience during this project and if you have any questions, please contact Airport Operations at 973-538-3366, ext. 116.

The Reason for the Fuel Farm Project

The project will replace infrastructure built in the late 80’s with new equipment that reflects today’s best environmental and quality control practices.  All components of the existing farm, except for the storage tanks, will be replaced.  A new 12,000 gallon avgas tank will be installed and the existing 20,000 gallon tank will be converted to jet fuel, allowing for a total of 120,000 gallons of jet fuel capacity.  Canopies will be erected over the tank dike and fueling area, ensuring that storm water is properly managed, and allowing drivers to stay dry while transferring fuel.  The project is expected to take between eight and ten months.

For more information please contact Peter Gilchrist at