Update 6-27-2022: Runway Project Substantially Complete
The Bucks County Airport Authority (Authority), owner and operator of the Doylestown Airport located in Buckingham Township, Bucks County, has substantially completed the rehabilitation of the runway at Doylestown Airport. There are some minor tasks remaining. One remaining task is to permanently mark the runway once the payment has cured for 30-days. Another task is to fix the REIL and other lights on the runway edge.
The Authority has worked closely with the officials from Buckingham Township to complete this project with minimal disturbance to the public.
Tenants and Pilots Please Note
The center taxiway (Taxiway D) is now open. The yellow "X" is gone and we encourage you to use that taxiway if your aircraft can safely be slowed by midfield. This will help with the flow of landing aircraft.
Also, please note there is no aircraft parking in the center apron area. You'll notice that the apron area was removed and replaced with dirt and grass planted there. This was done by the behest of FAA in order to move parked aircraft away from the runway centerline, thus improving safety. Transient parking is now along taxiway A to the northwest side of the taxiway.
About Doylestown Airport
The Doylestown Airport has been the hub of aviation activity in central Bucks County since 1963. The Airport is home to and accommodates a large number of business aircraft within Bucks County and throughout the Philadelphia Region. The Airport employs 54 persons and generates an annual economic impact of nearly $8 million based on the PennDOT Bureau of Aviation’s 2019 Interim Statewide Aviation Economic Impact Study.