Easton Airport is one of the busiest general aviation airports in the State of Maryland. The airport has been financially self-sufficient since 1993 and is poised for smart, well-balanced growth. 

Nationwide, aviation careers are understaffed yet demand for well-trained personnel are on the rise. Easton Airport aims to be the region’s hub for fostering and inspiring the next generation of aviators, air traffic controllers, and aircraft technicians through community engagement, events, and programming.


The purpose of the Aviation Career Education (ACE) Program is to provide students the opportunity to explore careers in the aerospace industry. The program introduces students to a variety of aviation related career paths and also provides resources and support to help them pursue a career in the aerospace industry. The program will promote interest in aviation careers by teaching safe operating principles, using leading edge technology and committing to the future of aviation in Talbot County.


Easton Airport hosts numerous events, training sessions, workshops, and community gatherings throughout the year.  Follow us on Facebook @EastonAirport to stay up-to-date on all the things happening at the community airfield. Click below to catch up on the latest news and updates from the Easton Airport.


Easton Airport is designated as one of only 84 national level public use general aviation airports by the FAA. The airport supports the national and state system by providing communities with access to national and international markets.

Easton Airport is an attractive alternative to busy commercial airports and has all the services that business and recreational travelers desire. Consider bringing your business to Easton Airport!


In 2006, Easton Airport started conducting an Environmental Assessment to plan for future safety improvements and to determine how the airport would conform to new FAA design standards. After an exhaustive 12 year assessment, Easton Airport’s plan was approved in 2018. The “FInal EA” can be found in it’s entirety by clicking the link below.

While we are pleased to make this document available for the public to download and review, we understand that the document contains highly technical data that is not always easy to understand. Please direct any questions about our project to Airport Manager Micah Risher at