Available Airport Business Park Parcels out for RFP

https://mvyairport.com/invitations-requests-for-bids/

FAA, Performance and Accountability Report FY2021

https://www.faa.gov/sites/faa.gov/files/2021-11/2021_PAR.pdf

Advocating for More Sustainable Aviation Fuel Production

https://nbaa.org/news/business-aviation-insider/2021-jan-feb/advocating-sustainable-aviation-fuel-production/ https://nbaa.org/news/business-aviation-insider/2021-jan-feb/advocating-sustainable-aviation-fuel-production/

Airport Releases Final Environmental Impact Report / Environmental Assessment for Capital Improvement Plan

The Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission has submitted a Final Environmental Impact Report / Environmental Assessment (FEIR/EA) for the airport’s Capital Improvement Plan to the Massachusetts Secretary of Energy & Environmental Affairs and the Federal Aviation Administration. This will continue review of the above-referenced project pursuant to the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act (“MEPA”) and the National Environmental Policy Act (“NEPA”). The Capital Improvement Plan is the airport’s list of projects that are proposed to be implemented over the next several years. The projects include: Business Park Lots 34 and 38 Improve Fuel Farm Access and Safety Aircraft Hangar Development Airspace Vegetation Management Runway 15-33 and Taxiway E Reconstruction Terminal Building Renovation Aircraft Parking and Movement Areas Access Road Improvements These projects […]

David Luening Aviation Scholarship Fund

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Elite Airways Joins Martha’s Vineyard Airport

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Emergency Response Drill

PUBLIC NOTICE EMERGENCY RESPONSE DRILL MARTHA’S VINEYARD AIRPORT SUNDAY MARCH 21, 2021 FROM 1000a.m. – 12noon The  public is advised that there will be interuptions to vehicular traffic and aviation traffic to facilitate easy access by emergencey response agencies. The purpose of the drill is to test and evaluate the prepardness of the Airport and mutual aid partners to respond in the event of an accident at the Vineyard Airport. The drill is conducted in compliance with FAA part 139 regulations to ensure the highest level of safety measures are in place at the aiport. We thank the public for your support to maintain the highest level of safety and security at our Airport for the benefit of all our […]

FAA- Zero Tolerance Policy

https://www.dropbox.com/s/fyzs96qbc33r9j7/2021-AOA-002%20AOA%20Message%20Zero%20Tolerance%20Short_02-captions.mp4?dl=0

Do you have your Real I.D.?

https://www.tsa.gov/news/releases/2019/04/24/residents-massachusetts-will-need-real-id-board-airplane-starting-october-0  

Welcome Cindi Martin as new Airport Director

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Airport Director Announcement

22 JAN 19 Director Transition

Aqueous Film- Forming Foam Releases at MVY

Neighbor Letter 29 NOV 18MassDEP PFAS Fact Sheet EPA Fact Sheet https://www.firerescue1.com/firefighter-safety/articles/135612018-How-safe-is-firefighting-foam/ FAA National Part 139 CertAlert MVY_PFAS_IRAPlan_FINAL-2019-01-18 22 JAN 19 PFAS Public Meeting MVY PFAS – 2019-01-30 The Boston University Superfund Research Program https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2019-02/documents/pfas_action_plan_021319_508compliant_1.pdf IRA Update Report 18 FEB 19 MVY_PFAS_IRA_SR02_FINAL-2019-03-18 MVY_PFAS_IRA_SR03_FINAL-2019-04-16 (2) MVY_PFAS_IRA_SR04_FINAL-2019-05-17 MVY_PFAS_IRA_SR05_FINAL-2019-06-17 MVY_Phase_I_ISI_FINAL_noAppD-2019-11-20 MVY_Phase_II_SOW_FINAL-2019-11-20 MVY_PFAS_IRA_SR07_FINAL-2019-12-18

RUNWAY CLOSURES

MVY Closure Notice 16 NOV 18

PLEASE CHECK NOTAMS AS THERE IS CONSTRUCTION ON AIRFIELD

EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1, 2018: Air Traffic Control winter hours will be 0700 L – 1700 L CTAF (common traffic advisory frequency) is 121.4 Clearance Delivery after Tower hours is 119.7 Boston South PLEASE CHECK NOTAMS AS THERE IS CONSTRUCTION ON AIRFIELD

LAZ Parking has Taken Over Parking Operations at MVY Airport

LAZ MKV Release 051818 https://www.lazparking.com/local/vineyard-haven-ma/martha-vineyard-airport

MVY to Rehabilitate Main Runway 6-24 in October of 2018!

Martha’s Vineyard Airport needs to rehabilitate the pavement on our main runway, 6-24.  We will make every effort to keep Runway 6-24 as fully operational as possible, but we will have to close it at times.  This project is contingent upon the receipt of Federal grant funds which we anticipate being made available in October, 2018.  There will be no construction and no related impacts to the runway prior to October, 2018.  As soon as we have more specific information we will post it.

Emergency crews converge for aircraft drill

Emergency crews converge for aircraft drill

MVY Emergency Response Drill this Sunday!

Airports Emergency Response Drill

FAA-Enjoy your Laser-light Display Responsibly

https://www.faa.gov/news/updates/?newsId=89306

DOT Launches New Website Regarding Passenger Rights! Check it out!

DOT gets thousands of contacts per year from U.S. airline passengers about their rights regarding lost baggage, delayed/cancelled flights, discrimination, etc. So they have re-launched their site to better assist consumers as we enter the busiest travel season of the year. https://www.transportation.gov/airconsumer

MVY ARFF Building Ribbon Ceremony

MVY Firestation Ribbon Cutting

Employment Opportunities

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Martha’s Vineyard Launches New Website!

MVY is excited to announce our new website! The easy-to-use site features real-time flight data for passengers, information for pilots, and all the information you will need to plan a successful trip to the island!

When the President Comes to Visit Your Airport

Martha’s Vineyard Airport was recently featured in Airport Magazine written by Airport Manager, Ann Richart, AAE. The article discusses the Airport’s preparation for VIP guests including President Obama. MVY is no stranger to VIP guests, in fact, in 1874 Ulysses S. Grant vacationed on the island and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis kept a home on the island until her death. The Obama’s one month stay on the island required extensive airport coordination, GA coordination, and security. Read the full article here.

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