The Williamsport Regional Airport is publicly owned and operated by the Williamsport Municipal Airport Authority. The Authority was created on January 27, 1947 by a resolution adopted by the Williamsport City Council and the Lycoming County Commissioners. It was incorporated under the Municipal Authorities Act of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in, 1945.
Organizationally, the Lycoming County Commissioners appoint members of the Airport Authority, which is responsible for Airport policies and operations. The property currently consists of 735 acres, located south of the Lycoming Valley Railroad, on the south side of Montoursville Borough.
The Williamsport Regional Airport holds an FAA FAR Part 139 Certificate, is classified by PennDOT's Bureau of Aviation as a Scheduled Service Airport and is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (NPIAS). Daily airline service is provided by American Airlines to their Philadelphia International Airport hub.
The Airport features an FAA sanctioned Air Traffic Control Tower (ATCT) facility, an all-weather 6,824' main runway with an Instrument Landing System (ILS), a 4,273 secondary runway with RNAV approaches, full length taxiways and a full-service Fixed Base Operator (FBO).