The west end and mid-connector taxiways at the airport are
jug-handle shaped to accommodate the large DC-3 aircraft in
operation at the airport in the 1940s and 1950s.
Landside facilities at the airport include a terminal building, an
aircraft hangar, an aircraft rescue and firefighting/snow
removal system equipment garage, ground support facilities,
the Michael A. Leger Memorial Sightseeing Shack, and an auto
parking area. The terminal building was reconstructed in 1998
and is a single story wooden structure of approximately 4,800
square feet. Passenger facilities, TSA screening areas, and a
conference room are all located within the terminal building.
The airport facilities are owned by the town of Provincetown,
MA but leased to and managed by Cape Air, which provides
scheduled air service to and from Boston’s Logan as well as
fixed based operator (FBO) services to general aviation pilots