About Easton Airport
Over 200 aircraft are based at Easton Airport with 200+ operations per day.
Our mission is to create an environment which fosters and promotes aviation enterprise by providing:
- Safe operating principles
- Affordable quality facilities
- Leading edge technology
- A commitment to the future of aviation in Talbot County
SAFETY & SECURITY
Easton Airport provides a high level of security for its customers, including eight-foot fencing and controlled access to the Airport Operating Area. In addition, Closed Circuit Televisions (CCTV) are monitored 24/7 by the Talbot County Emergency Operations Center.
The Maryland State Police base one of their helicopters at Easton. Trooper 6 provides emergency medical service, search and rescue, and law enforcement services. In addition, the Emergency Medical Services division for Talbot County operates five Advanced Life Support (ALS) units out of the airport providing the community with invaluable access to advance medical treatment for medical emergency such as trauma and heart attacks and rapid transport to hospitals.
Easton Airport (ESN) is a general aviation airport located just two (2) miles north of historic downtown of Easton Maryland in Talbot County. The Airport is owned and operated by Talbot County and provides essential access for aviation enthusiasts, corporate pilots, and local businesses. Constructed for use by the military during World War II, today Easton Airport is one of the busiest general aviation facilities in Maryland, linking Talbot County to the entire country and to the world. Visit our Easton Airport 75th Anniversary display in the terminal building!
DCA GATEWAY AIRPORT
As of February 2017, Easton became a TSA approved DCA Access Fixed Base Operator Standard Security Program.
Easton will serve as a gateway airport, allowing certain pre-cleared general aviation operations, including corporate aircraft, charter flights, and on-demand operations, to fly directly into Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA).
For details call Maryland Air 410-822-0400
With ESN’s proximity to the Chesapeake Bay, and being responsible for the largest green space in Talbot County, every effort is made to be a good environmental neighbor. Our environmental management steps taken to protect our waterways include:
Construction of two spill-containment fuel truck parking areas
A double spill-containment fuel farm
South apron stormwater system which feeds into a 20,000 gallon oil-water separator before flowing through a mile of swales and three sediment basins before leaving the airport.
Prior to any construction, the airport conducts an Environmental Assessment to determine any significant effects on our area’s environmental resources once the project is complete. This process also reveals whether any negative affects may occur during the construction process in order to eliminate any potential damage.
Through the Fly Neighborly program, noise abatement procedures have been published to minimize flights over the Town of Easton.