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Frequently Asked Questions about Monmouth Jet Center

The airport was sold on December 3, 2013 to a consortium known as Wall Aviation, an experienced Aviation group that is beginning the process of making the airport into a modernized jet center. As such the airport has seen renewed focus on safety and on suitability as a base of operations for jet aircraft, though the airport still welcomes helicopter and piston aircraft too. Plans are in place for multiple facility upgrades, and the airport was converted to 24/7 operations early in 2014.

The airport is now open 24/7. The airport has added an additional 8 hour shift from 2200- 0600 Hrs. for all of your aviation needs. The FBO will be open for aircraft arrivals and departures, as well as crew and passengers. Both Jet A and Avgas are now available 24/7.

No, the airport runway lights and rotating beacon are now both on from dusk until dawn.

There are both T- hangar and large open hangar space available immediately for rent. Please check our hangar space main page for more details.

Yes, there are maintenance facilities located on the airport for your aircraft maintenance needs.

Yes, The FBO has a new De-icing truck capable of dispensing both type 1 & 4 Glycol to small, mid, and large size aircraft.

No. Due to safety concerns and consistent with our new mission to be a proper Jet Center, the airport no longer permits these kinds of operations at the site.

Yes, we support our armed forces with more than just talk. Every active duty DOD member in uniform stepping off an aircraft landing at Monmouth will receive a $10.00 food voucher to nearby Runway 34 Restaurant which is within walking distance from the Monmouth Jet Center FBO. And there is never a landing fee for military aircraft that fuel up at our facilities.

Yes, The name of the flight school is – Eagles View Aviation. Please check on our website learn to fly NJ page for more information regarding Eagles View.

MJC is a Vital Part of the Wall Community

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