The Mid-State Airport is licensed and operated by the Mid-State Regional Airport Authority and is bordered by Black Moshannon State Park and forestlands. The nearest town of Philipsburg is located about 9 miles west on State Route 504.
Hangar Space Available
All Rates Effective April 1, 2010
T-Hangars for Airplanes — Rented on a monthly basis at $90/month
Helicopter Hanger — Rented on a monthly basis at $120/month
Hangar space located at the airport includes a 14,400 square foot conventional hangar. This hangar has three offices, two restrooms and a shower facility.
|RV and Camper Rental Space|
|Large Campers/RVs||Small/Pop-Up Campers|
|One Day Only (outside)||No charge||No charge|
|Proof of Insurance Coverage Required|
|Note: Camper space is parking only; no water or sewage hook-up service available|
Airport parking affords wide-open space surrounded by state park and forest lands located only 3 miles (by road) from Black Moshannon State Park. From Park, take Route 504 west and turn left onto Airport Road. The Blueberry Trail, a short loop trail, beginning and ending near the Airport Terminal Building connects directly to park lands.
Cars, Motorcycles, and Boats (old FBO building) — Rented on a monthly basis at $25/month
To request more information on hangars and other space available at Mid-State Airport, please call Dave at 814-342-3897 or Mary Ann at 814-342-6296 for more information.
Facility Rental — Fly-In, Hike-In, Bike-In, or Ride-In
Rent a spacious meeting room with use of dining area
|Suggested Donation (day-use only)|
|Meeting Room/Dining Room:||$50/day|
|Reunions, Large Socials:||$200/day|
|Two-Day Events:||Call for information|
|To Make Reservations:||Call 814-342-6296|
|ADA accessible • No air-conditioning|
Dining Area: Accommodates 25 to 30 people with overflow seating in meeting room
Picnic Tables: Currently three outdoor picnic tables for informal gatherings.
Transportation: Kephart Taxi (7 a.m. – 8 p.m.; 814-342-0587) or Fullington Auto Bus Co. (call 814-342-1930 24 hours in advance of your arrival).
Utilities and Airside Facilities
Mid-State Regional Airport is connected to Rush Township municipal sanitary sewer lines. A private well on the airport property provides water for all airport facilities, including the Tarps Direct Inc. building. Three-phase electrical lines are available at the airport. The majority of buildings are heated with propane with the exception of the terminal, which is oil heated and the large conventional hangar, which has electric heating. Natural gas service is not currently available at the airport.
Airside facilities at the Mid-State Regional Airport consists of two runways and four connector taxiways. Runway 16/34 is the primary runway with dimensions of 5,711 feet long and 100 feet wide and precision instrument markings.
Runway 06/24 is the crosswind runway with dimensions of 5,006 feet long and 100 feet wide and non-precision instrument markings.
Both runways are asphalt and the overall pavement conditions on each runway is fair to good.
There are five taxiways at the airport: A, B, C, D and E:
- Taxiway A is 69 feet wide and connects the transient apron to Runway 16/34.
- Taxiway B is 96 feet wide and connects the transient apron to Runway 06/24.
- Taxiway C is 50 feet in width, and connects the based aircraft apron to Runway End 24.
- Taxiways D and E provide access to the east side of the Runway 16/34. Taxiway D is 50 feet wide, and connects the large conventional hangar to Runway 16/34. Taxiway E is also 50 feet wide, and connects the 5-unit T-hangar to Runway 16/34. The last 240 feet of Taxiway E that connects to Runway 16/34 is turf.