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Badges at MMU

At MMU, we are currently providing Airport ID Badging services online. To become a Badge holder, schedule an appointment by calling (973) 538-6400.

See attached Airport ID Badge Rules & Procedures for more information on obtaining your badge.

Runway 5-23

Rehab Project

Over the next 7-10 years, MMU will undergo a major rehabilitation project for our Runway 5-23 in what is being called “Phase II.” Separated in annual stages (A, B, C ,etc.) to minimize operational impacts, Phase II, Stage B is set to begin in July, 2021. Phase II, Stage A was completed in November, 2020.

Planning for the RWY 5-23 rehabilitation project began in 2005, and DM AIRPORTS (Operator of Morristown Airport), has been diligently working alongside engineering firms, the Federal Aviation Administration, and Airport Tenants to ensure a seamless flight experience for all who fly with MMU.

Overall Benefits of the Runway 5-23 Rehabilitation Project at MMU once completed:

  • Brand new paved surface
  • Upgraded approach systems
  • Enhanced safety areas
  • Lighting upgrades
  • And more!

With these updates, MMU will continue to shine as a premier general aviation airport for the New York Metro Airspace, State of New Jersey, and Morris County.

Phase II

Stage A

Phase II, Stage A of our runway rehabilitation project has been substantially completed. Crews will be on-site Monday for final clean up and breakdown.

While runway safety area grading has been completed, along with access road construction, crews will have to return in the Spring of 2021 to remove silt fencing installed during Phase II, Stage A once the newly-planted grass has fully established.

This work will have no impact on Runway 5-23 as the work is outside of the runway safety areas.

Phase II

Stage B

Phase II, Stage B is set to begin July 6, 2021 and run through November 1, 2021. Stage B consists of completion of an access road on the east side of Runway 5-23, installation of a new JCP&L conduit line, installation of storm water treatment devices and replacement of two culverts off the approach end of 23.

To accommodate this work, a displaced threshold will be put in place on Runway 23 for a portion of Stage B to establish a proper safety area for all construction personnel. Please click on the button below for full details of Phase II, Stage B


Presentation uploaded May 14, 2021

Phase II

Stage C

Bid documents for Phase II, Stage C of the Runway 5-23 Rehabilitation Project are now available for viewing. Please click on the buttons below to access the bid documents. Phase II, Stage C is tentatively scheduled for Spring 2022.

How Do I?

WE WILL ANSWER ALL YOUR QUESTIONS

We’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions about Morristown Airport and outlined them, here, for you!

  • Find or book a flight out of Morristown Airport
  • Take a tour of Morristown Airport
  • Find a flight school to learn to fly at Morristown Airport
  • Take a tour of Morristown Airport
  • Find a flight school to learn to fly at Morristown Airport

How Do I?

WE WILL ANSWER ALL YOUR QUESTIONS

We’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions about Morristown Airport and outlined them, here, for you!

  • Find or book a flight out of Morristown Airport
  • Take a tour of Morristown Airport
  • Find a flight school to learn to fly at Morristown Airport
  • Take a tour of Morristown Airport
  • Find a flight school to learn to fly at Morristown Airport

How Do I?

WE WILL ANSWER ALL YOUR QUESTIONS

We’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions about Morristown Airport and outlined them, here, for you!

  • Find or book a flight out of Morristown Airport
  • Take a tour of Morristown Airport
  • Find a flight school to learn to fly at Morristown Airport
  • Take a tour of Morristown Airport
  • Find a flight school to learn to fly at Morristown Airport

Airport Rules & Regulations

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MMU’s DBE Goal

Morristown Municipal Airport, operated by the Town of Morristown, acting through DM Airport Developers, Inc., hereby publishes a proposed overall goal for its Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program for use of Federal funds allocated for the FY 2020-2022 FAA Airport Improvement Program.  The Airport’s overall goal is 6.1% of all FAA-AIP assisted projects. Information on the goal and how it was established is available for inspection at the Morristown Municipal Airport, 8 Airport Road, Morristown, NJ 07960 until 30 days from publication date, during the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Comments will be accepted through 45 days from publication date.

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