The main runway at the Boulder Municipal Airport (BMA) will be undergoing improvements beginning Sept. 8, with an expected completion date of Oct. 23. This work is being conducted as part of the city’s commitment to the airport’s safe and efficient operation and maintenance.
BMA will be partially closed during asphalt rehabilitation of Runway 8/26, which is the airport’s primary taxiway and parking area. Additionally, all runway lighting and signage will be replaced with energy efficient LED fixtures. The closure is expected to last from Sept. 8 to Oct. 23.
Runway 8/26G, primarily used for glider operations, will remain open and available for powered aircraft use during this time. Runway 8/26G requires aircraft to back taxi. Night and touch-no-go operations are prohibited. Pilots should reference the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Notices to Airmen and the BMA webpage during construction. Normal operations are expected to resume by Oct. 23.
You can find more information about the closure and the Boulder Airport here
7/1/2022 05:01:59 am
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