About Port Meadville Airport
Named by the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems as a general aviation facility, Port Meadville Airport is a public use airport owned by the Crawford County Regional Airport Authority. The airport lies 3 nautical miles west of Meadville, a city in Crawford County, Pennsylvania. Covering around 250 acres, Port Meadville Airport features one asphalt surfaced runway in fair condition.
There are 22 aircraft based on the field of Port Meadville Airport, such as jet airplanes, multiple-engine airplanes, helicopters, and single-engine airplanes. The major aircraft operations Port Meadville Airport provides are air taxi, military, local general aviation, and transient general aviation.