NOTICE: DM AIRPORTS, LTD. is set to resume Phase II, Stage A Construction of the airport's Runway 5-23 Rehabilitation Project in August 2020. The original project timeline was delayed due to COVID-19 impacts.
Morristown Airport's Runway 5-23 Rehabilitation Project
Morristown Airport's Runway 5-23 is set for a major rehabilitation project over the next 7-10 years. Since 2005 DM AIRPORTS, Operators of Morristown Airport, has worked diligently with engineering firms, the Federal Aviation Administration, Airport Tenants and other entities to minimize operational impact for all those who fly with MMU while ultimately providing the best possible facility at project end. With a newly paved surface, upgraded approach systems, enhanced safety areas, lighting upgrades and more, MMU will continue to shine as a premier general aviation airport for the New York Metro Airspace, State of New Jersey and Morris County.
Current Phase: Phase II, Stage A - Runway Safety Area Grading and Access Road Construction
Starting August 10, 2020
Week of September 21 Update:
Crews continued work on an access road North of RWY 13-31 and East of RWY 5-23. The access road is expected to be completed early next week.
Ahead of the weekend, please find the schedule below for the next three days:
Fri. - No Overnight Work
Sat. - No Day or Overnight Work
Sun. - No Day Work, Overnight Work (2200-0600)
Looking Ahead to Week of September 28
Once the access road is completed early next week, grading work in the Runway Safety Area for RWY 5-23 will begin.
RWY 5-23 nightly closures (2200L - 0600L) continue this week and will remain in place for the remainder of Phase II, Stage A
As always, all work is weather permitting. DM will provide schedule updates if necessary.