About Westfield-Barnes Regional Airport (BAF, KBAF)
Located 3 miles north of the city of Westfield, in Hampden County, Westfield-Barnes Regional Airport is a city-owned public and military airport serving Westfield / Springfield, Massachusetts. The city was named as Barnes Municipal Airport in the past and it was categorized by the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems as a general aviation facility. With a long history, military presence, general aviation, and flight training, Westfield-Barnes Regional Airport is one of largest airports in Massachusetts. The airport features two asphalt surfaced runways, two FAA-approved flight schools, and one fixed-base operator.
There are 134 aircraft based on the field, such as military aircraft, helicopter, jet airplanes, multi-engine airplanes, and single-engine airplanes. The main aircraft operations include military, local general aviation, transient general aviation, commercial, and air taxi.