Established in 1932, we are the longest operating FBO in the state of Wisconsin. From Howard Morey to his son Field Morey to his grandson Richard Morey, the Morey Airplane Company has become synonymous with aviation.
Since 1932, the Morey Airport has come a long way. Gone are the old hangars, runways and FBO. The expansion of Airport Road in Middleton ushered in a new era for Morey. Now the airport is known as Middleton Municipal Airport/Morey Field. 2005 marked the opening of a new grass strip, new asphalt runway, Terminal building, Weather reporting station, Localizer approach, hangars, and ramp. It's a significant contrast from the old terminal building, with it's bright walls, gleaming floors, plush furniture and modern fixtures. In fact, if it weren't for the fact that the Morey family still runs the FBO, there's not a hint that this nationally known company has been doing business here for over eight decades.
Morey employs six flight instructors, several certified aviation mechanics, a charter flying service, and office support staff.
Though the look of Morey Field may have changed over the years, the legacy and impressions the Morey family have made on the aviation industry in the community, in the state of Wisconsin, and across the nation, continues to live on.
If you are interested in learning to fly, having maintenance done on your aircraft or chartering a plane to fly you around the Midwest you cannot find more experience or dedication than at Morey Airplane Company.
Come see the difference that experience and commitment make in meeting your aviation needs.
*excerpts from the history section were written by Rose Dorcey of the Middleton Times Tribune