Museum Highlights

MASSEY AERODROME MD1 – THE AIRPORT  IS OPEN TO AIRCRAFT (Even During VIP TFR’s) – Massey now has a 1.5 NMR CUT-OUT (But ONLY 3/4 mile to the north!)- Pilots are responsible for following all NOTAMS. — Presidential Flight Restriction TFRs affecting Massey will be posted by the FAA on short notice. Pilots must check NOTAMS for actual TFR status and time. Link > Type: VIP

  • NOTICE: The Displaced Threshold on Runway 20 (North end) has been moved 55’ south from 120’ to 175’ (now lines up with the top of the runway numbers)
  • NOTICE: We regret that the December Open Hangar Fly-In has been canceled for 2021 due to COVID-19 concerns. It was determined that the traditional food buffet was untenable, especially if the weather was bad. This event had always been “Rain or Shine” because of the uncertainty of December weather with the weather cooperating more than half the time. But we didn’t want to chance having to squeeze everyone inside if it wasn’t. SORRY, we hope to resume fly-ins next May.
  • Updates and Current News are also posted on Facebook (See Link in Menu: Above Right). If no answer at 410-928-5270: Call Bill @ 610-676-0198. I SCREEN CALLS, so call twice. If you want a return call – please repeat the number slowly when leaving a message!

    The Massey Air Museum is OPEN for Self-Guided Tours, pick up a Tour Guide sheet in the lobby. Feel free to ask questions (if you don’t see us, we may be working in the shop or outside). If the hangar entry doors are closed we will be glad to open them so you can also walk through the two community hangars. Although the DC-3 can get hot on sunny summer days, we will open the airstair door for you to go inside when it’s temperate. The An-2 is also open to tour. Masks are required for NON-VACCINATED persons ONLY. Free Admission but Donations Welcome. Museum Hours: 11 AM to 4 PM every day except Monday. – Calling ahead is recommended @ 410-928-5270. 

    See article about Massey Aerodrome “Happy Place” in AOPA Pilot magazine Sept. 2021 issue here: or go to Photo Library (link upper right) or here: Link to Photo Album:
      Thanks to AOPA, Julie Summers Walker and Edwin Remsberg for such a fine job telling Massey’s story. And thanks to John Williamson, Jim Douglass, Jim Sypherd and Bill Malpass for their foresight and determination to build an airport 20 years ago.

  • View a 37 second introductory video of Massey Air Museum by the Kent County Office of Tourism Development @

    Biplane rides will be available at Massey from May through October and glider rides anytime (weather permitting with reservation). See Events Calendar below or click here: Biplane Ride Dates

    BIPLANE Rides in a 1944 Open Cockpit WWII Stearman trainer: Contact Nick Mirales @ 410-535-4136 or Email:; Website:

    GLIDER Rides: Contact Bob Dierker at: 410-699-1697, or at the airport.


    Massey Air Museum

    33541 Maryland Line Road
    Massey, Maryland 21650
    Phone: 410-928-5270


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