Regular Events

Events
  • Airport Commission Meeting every 2nd Tuesday of the month 6:00pm
  • EAA Chapter 27 Meeting TBD (CV-19 dependent)
  • EAA Teen Build A Plane TBD (CV-19 dependent)
  • Civil Air Patrol TBD (CV-19 dependent)
  • FAA Wings Seminar-IMC Club "Mastering the Art of Instrument Navigation TBD (CV-19 dependent)"

Special Events

There are no upcoming events, please check back soon.

News from MMK

MMK - FAA RUNWAY/TAXIWAY REHABILITATION PROJECT MMK - FAA RUNWAY/TAXIWAY REHABILITATION PROJECT
Posted August 22, 2021

Meriden Markham Airport will undergo a major facelift over the next two months. Runway 18/36 and taxiway-A will be completely rehabilitated along with the installation of new LED lighting.

The runway length and width will remain the same 3100’X75’. The contract has been awarded to Tilcon Connecticut, Inc.

The project falls under our annual Airport Improvement Project’s grant for 2021-2022 and is part of the airport’s 20 year master plan. The last time the runway had been redone was back in 2004. The grant is 100% funded by the FAA.

The airport will be NOTAM Closed 08/23 thru 10/21/21 for construction.

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MMK figures prominently in 'Arvy', the brown pelican, rescue MMK figures prominently in 'Arvy', the brown pelican, rescue
Posted February 16, 2021

Read through this report on the flight of Arvy back to Florida from Meriden-Markham Airport in an RV-12 plane, which is actually how he got his name, built by students at HC Wilcox Technical High School. Eight pilots volunteered but Laurie and Arianna Strand – a mother and daughter duo – ended up flying Arvy...Read More!

 

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New Hangars for MMK New Hangars for MMK
Posted March 22, 2020

New Hangars for MMK
New Hangars for MMK
New Hangars for MMK
New Hangars for MMK
New Hangars for MMK
New Hangars for MMK

We’re so excited about our new construction!

Meriden Markham Airport has benefited from a $3.3 million project that three hangars to the city-owned airport and demolishes and rebuilds two other existing, deteriorated hangars. The new hangars will provide space to store approximately 33 more aircraft

New Hangars for MMK
New Hangars for MMK
New Hangars for MMK

We’re one of the last municipally-owned airports in Connecticut, and many of the hangars were built during World War II and had long exceeded their useful life.

One of the new hangars has been completed and the two deteriorated hangars have been demolished