The Dayton-Wright Brothers Airport (MGY) is a general aviation airport comprised of 527 acres and is located approximately 12 miles south of the City of Dayton in Miami Township, Ohio. It is positioned east of I-75 at the Austin Blvd. exit 41. The Airport is owned and operated by the City of Dayton and serves as the reliever airport for Dayton International Airport.
The Dayton Transportation Center Heliport (5D7) is an asset of the City of Dayton, which is managed and maintained by the Department of Aviation. The Heliport is located at 114 East 4th Street in downtown Dayton on the fifth floor of the Transportation Center Parking Garage, which is adjacent to the Dayton Convention Center. Coordinates for the Heliport are N 39-45-30.2 / W 84-11-29.7.
The Heliport landing Pad H1 is an unattended 40 feet by 40 feet concrete surface with perimeter lights, wind sock and rotating beacon. The load limits are 4,666 pounds, with a max rotor diameter of 40 feet.
Use of the Heliport is on a scheduled basis only, with 24-hour advance notice required. For more information concerning the Heliport or to schedule use of the facility, please contact the Operations & Facilities Maintenance Manager at:
3600 Terminal Drive, Suite 300
Vandalia, Ohio 45377