Delaware Municipal Airport Jim Moore Field is a leading Central Ohio general aviation facility. It is home to approximately 100 aircraft and handles an estimated 40,000 operations per year, including corporate activity, training and pleasure flying. The city oversees all aspects of the airport.

The airport is strategically located to serve the region, including commercial centers in Delaware, Dublin, Westerville and Powell. The city has aggressively pursued airport enhancements that include an expanded 5,800-foot runway and the Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS), allowing precision approach for horizontal and vertical navigation. Other upgrades include a grooved runway and improvements to the flight terminal, lounges and weather briefing areas.


Pilot briefing area
Pilot lounge w/ TV/VCR
Public lounge
60 City-owned T-hangars

8 am-5 pm daily
After-hours service available with advance notice; closed Christmas, New Year’s, Thanksgiving

946′ 40 16′ 47″N/83 06’53″W

Unicom: 122.70
Columbus App/Dep: 120.20 NAVIGATIONAL AIDS
WAAS (Wide Area Augmentation System) Service
Vortac (H) – APE 116.7/25SE
Columbus RCO – Dayton: 122.30
AWOS 119.025
AnyAWOS 740-203-1878

10-28, 5800′ x 100′ grooved asphalt

Pilot controlled lights (MIRL/PAPI/REIL)
x 3: MIRL low, PAPIs on, REILs off
x 5: MIRL high, PAPIs on, REILs on


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