Too young to serve in World War I and too old to serve in World War II, Charles A. Bauserman served the U.S. in the Civil Air Patrol by flying missions in his own plane and building, what we now know as Maryland Airport in 1943.
Maryland Airport is a privately owned and operated general aviation airport open to the public serving the Washington DC metropolitan area and is home to more than 70 pilots, including the Washington Hospital Center MedStar Helicopter.
The current runway is 3,740′ in length and 75′ wide, with a parallel taxiway, and is capable of accommodating many types of aircraft, including the Beechcraft – Premier 2, Hawker 200; Cessna – Citation Mustang, Citation M2, Citation CJ1, Citation CJ2, Citation CJ3, Citation CJ4, Citation Encore, Citation XLS+ Eclipse – 500, 550; Embraer – Phenom 100, Phenom 300; Honda – HondaJet HA 420; and the IAI – Westwind II to name a few.
You can learn to fly at Maryland Airport, call 301-283-6202 for details.
Also at Maryland Airport, WideWings Aviation offers vintage aviation flight experiences. Whether you want to strap into a vintage 1942 PT-13 Stearman biplane for a local flight, take a scenic tour above the Chesapeake Bay in a 1950 Cessna 170A or have the privilege of piloting one of these vintage aircraft, WideWings Aviation affords a broad range of high-quality aviation experiences for the most discerning customers.
If you would like further information about Maryland Airport, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com. We can also be reached at 301-283-6202.