Crews are engaged in runway crack sealing, runway painting, and taxiway painting. Repairs will improve the appearance and protect the runway from additional damage in advance of major resurfacing down the road.
Taxiway Construction November 07, 2005 Looking west from the existing taxiway, preparation begins for the new extension. The digging is to create a runoff basin between the runway and new taxiway. The runoff basin will extend two thirds the length of the runway starting from the west. Orange barricades mark the construction zone. Looking down … Read moreTaxiway Extension 2005
Every time you visit Brandywine Airport these days it looks a little different. Construction projects on the scale we’re doing at N99 take a little time to get rolling, but right now is the exciting time when visible changes occur almost constantly. Hangar construction has been the major focus for the past couple months, and … Read moreHangar Construction
One of the more dramatic events at Brandywine Airport was the arrival of the prototype Bell-Boeing Tiltrotor V-22 Osprey. The US Marine Corps convertaplane flew here under its own power on March 27, 1997. This remarkable aircraft is prototype #3… #1 and #2 never made it through the development and testing process. That was its … Read moreOsprey V22 arrives at N99