Situated 3 miles west of the downtown of Barre, in Berlin, Vermont, Edward F Knapp State Airport is a public airport used for general aviation. The airport serves the Montpelier region and the city of Barre. Edward F Knapp State Airport is publicly-owned by the state of Vermont. Formerly the Barre-Montpelier Airport, Edward F Knapp State Airport doesn’t offer any scheduled airline service.
Covering 259 acres, Edward F Knapp State Airport features two asphalt surfaced runways in good and excellent condition. There are 51 aircraft based on the field of Edward F Knapp State Airport, such as multiple-engine airplanes, helicopters, and single-engine airplanes. The major aircraft operations Edward F Knapp State Airport provides are local general aviation, military, air taxi, and transient general aviation.