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Featured Property
Minute Man Air Field

Property Highlights:

  • 3,110’ paved, lighted, instrument runway (3/21)
  • 1,600’ turf VFR crosswind runway (12/30)
  • A Non-Precision GPS instrument approach
  • 12,000 gal. 100LL fuel farm
  • Pilot weather station
  • Paved tie downs
  • On-field aircraft maintenance
  • “Farm to Table” restaurant on the field
  • Fast field-wide plowing
  • 30 T-hangars units
  • 2 Heated hangars
  • Rental cars
  • Courtesy transportation to local hotels & train station
  • Active EAA Chapter 196


Minute Man Air Field (6B6), located in Stow and Boxborough, MA, is a 24 hour, all-weather, public use airport consisting of 194 acres of open space (144 acres in Stow as well as 50 acres in Boxborough). Much of the open space is organically farmed and also holds the potential for completing Stow’s ‘Emerald Necklace’.

Additionally, on 25 acres of Industrially Zoned land in Stow there are two office buildings, an administration building housing the restaurant, two heated hangars, three 10-unit T-Hangars an access road, parking lots, a 3,110’ lighted runway and taxiway, a 1,600’ turf runway, a 12,000 gallon fuel farm, transient parking ramps and the potential for a solar farm, a cell tower, and additional building sites, all in the Stow Industrial Zone.

The airport also owns and operates a DEP Certified Public Water Supply for tenants and a complement of snow removal and maintenance equipment including blowers, plows, trucks, loaders, mowers and tractors.

The airport enjoys a very positive relationship with the town and is seeking a new custodian who will continue to safeguard the airfield and provide quality management in pursuit of the airport’s long-standing mission of ‘Boosting the Economy, Supporting the Community and Nurturing the Environment’.