Morey Field (C29) 608-836-1711 Just 10 minutes away from downtown Madison, Wisconsin!
From business travel to flight instruction, oil changes to annual inspections, we offer a full range of aviation products and services.
A full service FBO is open 7 days a week offering overnight parking, hangar space, fuel services, maintenance, rental cars, charter flying and flight instruction. Morey's CTAF is on 123.00. An AWOS-3 provides weather on 118.675 or at (608) 833-1686.
Runway (10-28) 4000' x 100' with a hard surface,
it has MIRL, PAPI and REIL. PCL operated on 123.00
Runway (01-19) 2000' x 120' grass strip. Open
May 1 thru October 31.
Middleton Municipal is just minutes away from downtown and the west side of Madison offering perfect access for both business and leisure. We have no ramp fees and rental cars are available onsite.
What's Going On at Morey Field!
Morey Airplane Company Is Hiring!
Morey Airplane Company is looking for a full-time aircraft mechanic. Experience working on single-engine and twin-engine Cessna aircraft and Inspection Authorization certification is preferable. Benefits are available after one year of full-time employment including 401K and health insurance. If interested please call 608-836-1711 or email Richard Morey at email@example.com.
Morey Airplane Company Named Wisconsin Aviation Business Of The Year!!!
Take a scenic tour over Madison or over Devils Lake or where ever you would like to go. See what the world looks like from an airplane. Morey Airplane Company is now offering nonstop scenic tours and photo flights within 25 miles of Morey Airport. The prices vary based on the aircraft and time in the air. Call 608-836-1711 for pricing and to schedule an appointment.
All events will take place from 9 A.M to 12 P.M. At Morey Airport.
Bring your child out to Morey Field and enjoy an introduction to flight. Young Eagles is a program sponsored by the local EAA chapter. It's designed to introduce children and young adults to aviation. Please call Morey Airplane Company about one month prior to the event to schedule a flight for your 8-17 year old child.
Morey Airplane Company has a J-3 Cub available for tailwheel training! Costs: $60.00 per aircraft hour, 4.5 gallons fuel per hour, $50.00 per flight instruction hour. Renters insurance is required when renting the Cub please see the office staff about type of insurance and amount of coverage.
The next Private Pilot ground school will start September, 15.
Morey's Private Pilot ground school runs every Tuesday night for 12 consecutive weeks from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM in the conference room at the Morey FBO. Ground instruction is provided by multiple Morey flight instructors and focuses on areas such as airspace, weather, airplane performance, flight planning, radio communication and FAA rules and regulations. It is an excellent introduction to aviation as well as a compliment to your flight instruction. Completion of the course will allow you to take the FAA written exam. Tuition is $300.00 for the class (course materials are extra). Space is limited, so call today (608) 836-1711 to reserve your spot. The first night of the ground school is free.
Morey's Instrument Pilot ground school runs every Thursday night for 12 weeks from 6:00PM to 9:00PM in the conference room at the Morey FBO. All subjects of the knowledge test will be covered including: aerodynamics, instrument operation and errors, regulations, human factors, principles of aircraft control under instrument conditions, weather, flight planning, communications, approaches, and avionics. Completion of the course will allow you to take the FAA written exam. Tuition for the course is $400.00 (course materials are extra). Tuition for the course also includes 2 hours of simulator (FTD) time in a Frasca 141 Simulator with a CFII Instructor. The simulator time counts toward the experience required for the Instrument Rating.
Space is limited, so call today (608) 836-1711 to reserve your spot.
The biplane will return in the spring of 2015. The date has yet to be announced. For more information, click on the link below or call 608-751-8000. Rides are in a 1929 D-25 biplane with an open cockpit.