|Delphi Municipal Airport|
The Delphi Municipal Airport is a thriving, growing facility serving the city of Delphi, Indiana, and surrounding areas including Carroll County, Lafayette/West Lafayette - home of Purdue University, and the Indiana Beach resort area of Monticello.
It is located at 8296 W. Division Line Road south of Delphi, between CR 800 W and 900 W. It is home to about 25 aircraft and includes an office and lounge area as well as a 2,900-foot paved runway. FAA details are available at AirNav. Air Indiana Skydiving Center operates from the Delphi airport.
For a brief respite the administration building is always available with a beverage machine, restroom and comfortable chairs. With advance notice by calling (765) 564-9658, ground transportation by loaner car or a narrated Trolley tour can be provided to historic Delphi. The local attractions of Delphi including the Wabash & Erie Canal Park, historic hiking biking trails, museums, antique stores, and quaint restaurants - the Stone House on Main St. was once a bordello - are ideal for fly-in visitors whether on business or pleasure.
First developed in 1969, this local General Aviation airport came about through the inspiration of local businessmen and farmers who understood the importance of air transportation to rural areas and growing small town communities. In the early 1980s the Delphi Board of Aviation Commissioners began boosting visibility of the airport in the public eye, and by the end of the 20th century with the help of Airport Entitlement funding, began making needed improvements.
2900¹ x 60¹, North/South runway
25 Single Engine Based Aircraft
87 Auto and 100LL fuel pumps
Fuel 24/7 Credit Card capable
Soda Vending Machine
2013 Meetings - 7:00PM at the Airport Terminal Building