Abrams Municipal Airport is one of the ten busiest general utility airports in Michigan, averaging over 30 flights per day. It is located on the north side of the City along M-100 and Eaton Highway. It has two runways: 9/27, a 3,200-foot asphalt runway, and 18/36, a 2,559-foot turf runway open during the summer months. Abrams Municipal Airport also serves the Michigan National Guard Army Aviation Support Facility located adjacent to the airport.
The airport is governed by the Abrams Municipal Airport Advisory Commission and is owned and operated by the City of Grand Ledge. The City of Grand Ledge contracts the fixed base operator duties at Abrams Municipal Airport to Grand Air Aviation, Inc. which provides charter service, flight lessons, fuel, and other services.
The City also offers hangars for rent at the airport for a fee of $200 per month; view our T-Hangar Rentals Brochure (PDF) for more information. For hangar rentals, contact the Assistant Airport Manager Amee King by phone at 517-622-7925 or email Amee King.