Marlboro Airport (Closed)
Marlboro Airport when it was open, with a helicopter that just took off
|Operator||Sandra A. Stetson|
|Serves||Marlboro, Massachusetts, Hudson, Massachusetts and Concord, Massachusetts|
|Elevation AMSL||285 ft / 87 m|
Marlboro Airport, (IATA: MXG, FAA LID: 9B1) in Marlboro, Massachusetts, was a public airport. Its final owner was Sandra A. Stetson, widow of prior owner G. Robert Stetson, Jr. Robert died on April 27, 2012, at the age of 66. It had one runway, and at the end of its life averaged 37 flights per day with approximately 40 aircraft based on its field.
Marlboro Airport was founded in 1922, the era when barnstormers flew "by the seat of their pants." It is the oldest continuously operating commercial field in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. There was one fixed-base operator, Don's Flying Service, named for former airport manager Don LaCouture Sr. and offered fixed-wing and helicopter flight instruction, tie-downs and hangar space, and major and minor aircraft repairs.
In April 2010, the airport owner sued the government  claiming that the airport's runway was damaged by heavy vehicles accompanying President Obama's secret service fleet. The government settled with the airport owner's widow a year after his death. , however the funds were never used to repave the airport which was closed shortly thereafter. 
- "Airline and Airport Code Search". IATA. Retrieved 30 March 2016.
- Tota, Matt (April 27, 2012). "Marlboro Airport owner Robert Stetson dead at 66". The MetroWest Daily News.
- "Capital Group Properties". June 2019.
- "Developer plans to transform Marlboro Airport into an industrial park". MetroWest Daily News. Jan 3, 2018.
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