Miller–Sparta Airport

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Paul C. Miller–Sparta Airport
IATA: noneICAO: 8D4
Airport type Public
Operator Village of Sparta
Location Sparta, Michigan
Elevation AMSL 775 ft / 236.2 m
Coordinates 43°07′38″N 85°40′42″W / 43.12722°N 85.67833°W / 43.12722; -85.67833Coordinates: 43°07′38″N 85°40′42″W / 43.12722°N 85.67833°W / 43.12722; -85.67833
Direction Length Surface
ft m
7/25 4,033 1,229 Asphalt

Paul C. Miller–Sparta Airport (FAA LID: 8D4) is a public airport located 3 mi (5 km) southeast of Sparta, Michigan. Established in 1941, the airport is currently owned and operated by the Village of Sparta and is self-supporting, requiring no public funding.

The airport has a 4,033 x 75 ft. E-W primary runway.

The airport is used for general aviation and has no regularly scheduled commercial flights. Currently there is flight training, Pilots for Christ mercy flights and an EAA Chapter 704 on the field. Fuel is available in 100LL and Mogas

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