About Manchester Airport
Located three miles south of the downtown of Manchester, on the border of Rockingham and Hillsborough Counties, New Hampshire, Manchester Airport is a city-owned public-use airport. Officially Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, the airport is considered the busiest one in the state. Manchester Airport is called by the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems as a small hub primary commercial service airport. The airport is notable for being the site of the New Hampshire Aviation Museum. Covering 1,500 acres, Manchester Airport has two asphalt surfaced runways. There are 67 aircraft based on the field of Manchester Airport, such as multiple-engine airplanes, helicopters, jet airplanes, ultralights, and single-engine airplanes. The major aircraft operations Manchester Airport provides are local general aviation, military, air taxi, commercial, and transient general aviation.