At Morristown Airport, we encourage all of our pilots to be the best possible neighbors for the surrounding communities. All pilots are encouraged to abide the airport’s voluntary noise abatement procedures (link below) whenever possible. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) controls Morristown’s Airspace, and the national airspace system as a whole. The airport itself does not have authority over the airspace.
About Morristown Airport
A federally obligated airport in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (NPIAS) and equipped with a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Air Traffic Control Tower, all pilots abide by FAA regulated airspace rules to ensure the safety of all who operate at Morristown as well as the surrounding communities, including departures, arrivals, pattern work, air space transitions and more.