The FAA operates a control tower at Danbury Municipal Airport (DXR) to control ground traffic and air traffic around…More the airport. The airport itself is owned by the city of Danbury. The flight traffic pattern around the airport is set at 1243 feet. The airport itself is at 458 feet above sea level. The air traffic control tower monitors air traffic from 7am to 10pm.</p>
Diamond Air Charters 49 Miry Brook Rd, Danbury, CT06810 Diamond Air Charters offers services at both Danbury (operating from the Executive Air Terminal) and…More Westchester County airports. It is FAA-licensed and provides charter flights for business and personal purposes. Diamond Air can also arrange ground transportation, catering and hotels in addition to its clients many other travel needs. It also offers full-service management for personally owned planes.
Danbury Municipal Airport 1 Wibling Rd, Danbury, CT06810 Danbury Municipal Airport started in 1927 when two Danbury business owners bought 60 acres of land for an airport.…More Today, the 248-acre site sits about three miles west of Main Street on land next to the Danbury Fair Mall and Wooster School. The airport has an FAA tower, and it received a $350,000 grant of federal stimulus money in 2009 to study obstructions to the flight path into the airport. More than a dozen businesses lease property at the airport.