About Washington-Warren Field Airport (OCW, KOCW)
Nestled on the Airport Road off of the Market Street, within the city of Washington limits, Washington-Warren Field Airport is a public use airport owned by the city of Washington. The airport features corporate and general traffic along with a number of the top-notch facilities. There are two asphalt and concrete surfaced runways, both in good condition and are well-lighted. Moreover, there are 21 aircraft based on the field of Washington-Warren Field Airport, such as gliders airplanes, jet airplanes, multi-engine airplanes, and single-engine airplanes.
The major aircraft operations Washington-Warren Field Airport provides include transient general aviation, military, and local general aviation, among the others.