Welcome to the Middlesex Valley Airport
A View Looking North to the Field
Middlesex Valley Airport (4N2) is a 2130 x 175
ft grass airstrip located in the rolling hills of the
Central New York State.
The runway orientation is 030 and
210 degrees with CTAF/UNICOM on 122.7 and field elevation
is 735 ft. This airport is open to the public and is
privately owned by Robert Mincer.
If you are flying in, be
sure you fill up your tanks before getting here unless
your aircraft takes 80 Mogas.
A View Looking down Runway 21
field is in a wonderfully scenic location that is
surrounded by picturesque hills and the tranquil lakes of
the Finger Lakes. The grass strip is well groomed and its
rustic hangers take you back to the early days of
aviation. It wouldn't be hard to imagine a "Curtiss Jenny"
turning final to land here while you eat breakfast on the
deck of the Pilots Lounge on some weekend during the
The Pilots Lounge is open from May until the end of October. If the weather is good and the sky clear you might
just have to wait a few minutes for a seat...please do!
Ram-Air Skyways and
Captain Kirk (Mercy Flight)
Airport (Owner) Information:
1078 Lincoln Ave.
Middlesex, NY 14507
Web Links for 4N2:
Sectional Chart -
If you have more information or history about the
Middlesex Valley Airport, please feel free to forward
your information to me for inclusion on this site.
Why is this site here?
This site is online to support general aviation and to
encourage its growth here in the Finger Lakes area of New
York State. We want to introduce young people into the
fascinating world of aviation and the field of
aeronautics, what better way than a day at a local airfield.
Barry Orlando, Private Pilot
AOPA Airport Support Network Rep. for
This site is dedicated to supporting
local general aviation and the Middlesex Valley Airport.
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