FUEL COST

JET-A w/FSII- $3.85
AVGAS- $4.95

NEW HANGARS COMING›››

Calendar/SPECIAL EVENTS ›››

 

flying is easy at Tiptonaircraft tied down in tarmacairport aerial showing row of hangars, tarmac and terminal building2 young girls sitting inside aircraft cockpit playing with the yoke.aircraft taxiingcivil air patrol airplane taking off at Tipton Airporttwo men pushing plane

SFRA ALERT ›››

Updated every 20 minutes
KFME 111824Z AUTO 28009G14KT 10SM CLR 07/M03 A3003

ELV. 150'
3000 X 75

RWY 28 LP
RWY 10 RP
PA 1000 msl

CTAF 123.05
AWOS-3 123.925

Activate MIRL-CTAF
Beacon Green-White

Tipton Airport is within the Washington DC SFRA, You must,  at a MINIMUM, do these four things!

1. file a flight plan with FSS,
2. have a working transponder,
3. maintain radio communications with ATC,
4. receive a unique code from ATC   for all flights in, out, or within the SFRA.

For more information, go to  FAA.gov


Open to the public: Tipton Airport Authority Board meeting every 3rd Thursday from 4:00pm-5:00pm at the Terminal Building.


diagram of rotating beacon relocationROTATING BEACON REPLACEMENT & RELOCATION

The Tipton Airport Authority is proposing to relocate and replace the existing rotating beacon closer to airside facilities, between the existing firehouse and terminal building. The project is anticipated to begin in fall of 2017 and last for approximately 30 days. No interruption or disruption to airport services are anticipated. Questions or Comments? Please contact us at info@tiptonairport.org or (410) 222-6815.


classroom at Tipton AirportCivil Air Patrol Apollo 1 Squadron (MD-085) Airborne Photographer Training.

By Maj Derek Rustvold, Commander, Apollo 1 Squadron, Maryland Wing, Civil Air Patrol. Photo credit 1st Lt Richard Marko.

On October 29, 2017, members of Civil Air Patrol (CAP) Apollo 1 Squadron based at Tipton Airport hosted Airborne photographer training. 1st Lt Michael Heuss and 1st Lt Richard Marko provided a full day of classroom instruction including theory and practice in conjunction with hands-on training using professional grade camera equipment. Twenty-two members from Maryland Wing completed the familiarization and preparation tasks necessary for advancement to airborne phase of training. CAP members must be qualified as Mission Scanner and at least 18 years of age to be eligible for Airborne photographer training.


WELCOME TO TIPTON AIRPORT. YOUR GENERAL AVIATION GATEWAY TO THE BALTIMORE WASHINGTON CORRIDOR.

Recently renovated runways, and a prime position between Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, assure that Tipton Airport is well-equipped to provide exceptional service to residents and businesses of Central Maryland. Tipton is located just south of Fort George G. Meade in Odenton, and is equidistant from Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Annapolis, and Columbia. Immediate access to Maryland’s major roads and freeways (I-95, I-97, Route 32, and MD 295) keeps all of the region within your reach.
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