- This well-maintained, 1,000-acre general aviation airport located in Lower Township,
New Jersey, approximately 5 miles from Cape May, has two runways, six taxiways and
three aircraft parking ramps.
- WWD logs approximately 39,000 airplane and helicopter takeoffs and landings each
year, primarily during May through September, peak travel months. Traffic includes
corporate aviation, recreational fliers, charter operators and small-aircraft owners.
- The airport has both airside facilities and an industrial park, which are being
developed for aviation and business uses.
- The DRBA has renovated the main terminal building, which now features The Flight Deck Diner for the convenience of fliers, visitors and neighbors. Terminal
space will also be available for lease.
- Hangar #1, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, houses a developing
aircraft museum. For more information, see the NASW Web site at www.usnasw.org or call 609.886.8787.
For more information, contact
Thomas Berry, Senior Airports Manager
609.886.8652 (voice) / 609.408.2909 (cell)
- 2 major runways: 5,000 feet by 150 feet
- Public ramp space for 30 G.A. aircraft
- Business park and airside property development available
- Congestion-free airspace with no delays
- Proximity to the resorts of Cape May, Wildwood, Atlantic City, Avalon, Sea Isle
City, Stone Harbor and Ocean City
- Nonprescision approaches
Flight Deck Diner
The Flight Deck Diner is located in the main terminal building at the Cape May County
Airport (WWD). You can enjoy great food while having a view of the airfield. Open
seven days 6am-2pm, with dinner on Friday/Saturday. Phone: (609) 886-1105 4pm-7pm