Woodbine Municipal Airport proper and its associated properties cover
approximately 700 acres of the WAEDA's 1,216 acres of land located
south of DeHirsch Avenue, between the Pennsylvannia-Reading Seashore
Line railroad right-of-way to the west and Dennisville-Petersburg Road
to the east. Dennisville-Petersburg Road provides north-south access to
the Borough and Route 550 provides east-west access and links to the
Garden State Parkway.
Woodbine Municipal Airport has developed an extensive hangar complex,
which will have access to a 5,000-foot runway for expanded general
aviation use. A fixed base operator manages fuel and
Airport is one of only three airports within Cape May County. It has
the potential to become a truly regional airport that caters to the
needs of not only future business travelers but continues to serve the
ever-increasing tourist market for the southern New Jersey shore.
Currently, the primary function of the Airport is servicing the travel
and recreation needs of aviation enthusiasts and vacation and business
Airport is currently designated as a Primary General Aviation Airport.
It employs 27 people, with a total payroll of $665,800 and gross
revenue of $1,581,100. In addition, with the total tourist expenditures
in Cape May County totaling more than $4 billion annually, it is clear
that the Woodbine Municipal Airport has the potential to serve more
passengers and serve as the entry point into Cape May County for
tourists and other visitors, such as small plane owners and
Airport has positioned itself to become a premier/specialized regional
airport in southern New Jersey. It fills a niche in southern New Jersey
that allows it to serve aviators, businesses, and tourists alike who
value a quality facility and a facility that is unique in its design
expansion, the Airport will have restaurant facilities and services
that will equal or surpass similar facilities within the region.
the continued growth of the proposed Airport Business Park, there will
be an increase in the number of corporate planes and business
executives traveling to the area.