|IATA: none – ICAO: KLOM – FAA LID: LOM|
|Owner||Wings Field Preservation Assoc.|
|Location||Blue Bell, Pennsylvania|
|Elevation AMSL||302 ft / 92 m|
Wings Field (ICAO: KLOM, FAA LID: LOM) is a general aviation airport in Blue Bell, in Whitpain Township in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and serves the western Philadelphia suburbs. The airport was founded in 1930 and is about three miles (5 km) northwest of Philadelphia.
In May 1930, John Story Smith and Jack Bartow Founded "Wings Port". On 24 April 1932, The Philadelphia Aviation Country Club was founded at the field. The country club was the location of meetings of members that eventually founded the wordwide Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association in 1939.
In 2011, investor and aviation business owner Regis de Ramel was awarded the contract to manage all operations of Wings Field through his company flyADVANCED. The field currently provides flight lessons, flight charters, fuel, hangar space and aircraft management for light jet and prop aircraft.  
Wings Field covers 217 acres (88 ha) and has one asphalt runway, 6/24, 3,700 x 75 ft (1,128 x 23 m). In the year ending December 31, 2014, the airport had approximately 36,500 aircraft operations, an average of 100 per day: 83% general aviation, 17% air taxi and <1% military. 111 aircraft are based at this airport: 90% single-engine, 9% multi-engine, <1% jet and <1% helicopter.
Wings Field has road access from the Plymouth Meeting interchange with the Pennsylvania Turnpike I-276.
Rental cars are available on-site through Enterprise; a crew car is also available for commercial pilots on a first-come, first-served basis for short-term use.
Wings Airways was a commuter airline based at Wings Field. Its main route was the short hop to Philadelphia International Airport, a flight of less than 15 minutes. From the late 1970s to the late 1980s Wings Airways operated a shuttle between Wings Field and PHL with up to 22 round trip flights on weekdays and flew nonstop to New York JFK Airport at one point. The airline used Britten-Norman Islanders, Britten-Norman Trislanders and de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otters.
- FAA Airport Master Record for LOM ( PDF), effective for 12 month period ending Mar 21, 2014
- Julie Summers (May 2014). "Where it all began". AOPA Pilot: 30.
- Powell, David (2014-03-07). "Under New Management, Wings Field Is Changing Course". Patch. Retrieved 2014-04-08.
- Riley, Emily (July 2012). 2012/Advanced-Aircraft-Services-Offers-Main-Liners-a-Quicker-Route-to-the-Shore/. "Advanced Aircraft Services offers Main Liners a Quicker Route to the Shore" Check
|url=scheme (help). Main Line Today. Retrieved 2015-04-10.
- departedflights.com, Nov. 15, 1979 & Dec. 15, 1989 Official Airline Guide (OAG)
- Wings Field, official site
- Wings Field at Pennsylvania DOT Bureau of Aviation
- Resources for this airport:
Spense, Charles, Wings Field Autobiography, Pavilion Press 2005, ISBN 978-1-4145-0697-5
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