The Provincetown Municipal Airport is a service of the town of Provincetown, Massachusetts. The airport facilities are owned by the town of Provincetown and leased to and managed by Cape Air. The airport facilities are located on land leased by the town from the National Park Service.
Cape Air provides commercial air service, manages daily airport operations, and offers fixed based operator (FBO) services to general aviation travelers.
The Provincetown Airport Commission
provides management and operational oversight of the airport. Commissioners are appointed to three-year terms by the Provincetown Board of Selectmen. Commissioners meet monthly to review airport improvement projects and other issues affecting the airport, airport businesses, the town and the traveling public.
The mission of the Provincetown Airport Commission is to operate the Provincetown Municipal Airport for the social and economic welfare of the town of Provincetown, to encourage year-round scheduled air service, and to encourage other aviation services and activities for the welfare and convenience of the public.
Visit the Airport Commission website to view meeting dates, meeting minutes, commission members and more.
Arthur “Butch” Lisenby, Airport Manager: (508) 487-0241