Dayton-Wright Brothers Airport

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.

Dayton-Wright Brothers Airport operates 24 hours per day, 7 days a week and primarily serves corporate and personal aircraft users. The Airport has many T-hangars available for lease, tie-down space and land available for personal or corporate hangar development. For those requiring aircraft maintenance and other services, the Airport has two on-site fixed based operators.

The Airport is also home to Wright "B" Flyer, Inc., a non-profit organization that maintains a hangar museum honoring the accomplishments of the Wright Brothers and operates growing fleet of "lookalike" reproductions, including a historically accurate and beautifully crafted replica of the Wright Brothers' Model B airplane, which visitors can arrange to fly in!

For additional information about the Airport, please contact the Dayton-Wright Brothers Airport Manager at:

Brandon Ellis
3848 Wright Drive
Vandalia, Ohio 45377
(937) 454-8230