Belleville Airport

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This article is about the airport in Belleville, Michigan. For the airport in Belleville, Kansas, see Belleville Municipal Airport. For the airport in Belleville, Ontario, see Belleville Aerodrome.
Belleville Airport
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Airport entrance
Summary
Airport type Public
Owner Daniel C. Gilbert
Operator Daniel C. Gilbert
Serves Belleville, Michigan
Elevation AMSL 696 ft / 212 m
Coordinates 42°10′36.15″N 83°32′44.77″W / 42.1767083°N 83.5457694°W / 42.1767083; -83.5457694Coordinates: 42°10′36.15″N 83°32′44.77″W / 42.1767083°N 83.5457694°W / 42.1767083; -83.5457694
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
15/33 2,253 687 Turf
18/36 2,157 657 Turf

Belleville Airport is located three miles southwest of Belleville, Michigan in Washtenaw County.[1] It is owned and operated by Daniel C. Gilbert. It has an FAA identifier of 43G and is at an elevation of 696 feet. It has two runways. The 15/33 runway is 2, 253 feet long and has a turf surface. The 18/36 runway is 2,157 feet long and also has a turf surface.[2] The airport was formerly named the Larsen Airpark.[3][4]

18/36 runway from Bemis Rd.
Hangar area

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