Marina Municipal Airport

The Marina Municipal Airport, aviation identifier OAR, is the newest general aviation airport on the Monterey Peninsula. The airport consists of approximately 845.5 acres of property.

Open for public use since 1995, the Marina Municipal Airport is a dynamic and growing general-aviation airport owned and operated by the City of Marina.

The airport is dedicated to general aviation, business, light industry and recreational, and is collaborating with the University of California MBEST Center to create a dynamic economic development growth center for the peninsula region.

Project Goals

Airport Economic Development Area is committed to the development and service of the community of Marina and surrounding cities as well as the State of California by providing a platform for transportation and economic development. In developing this platform, the Airport Economic Development Area (AEDA) has put forth the following objectives:

  • Ensure the long-term viability of the airport aviation operations.
  • Ensure the economic development opportunity through development of a business park, recreational uses, and alternative energy.

Nearly 2 million square feet of manufacturing and light industrial space is planned in the future. Over 200 acres is set aside for a potential recreational and alternative energy.

Airport Master Plan Update

The Marina Municipal Airport Master Plan, which provides guidelines for the airport’s overall maintenance, development and operations, is in the process of being updated.

The draft Airport Specific Plan

The Airport Master Plan was presented to and adopted by a Marina City Council on June 5, 2018.

For more information, visit the Marina Airport Master Plan Final Report

Brief History

The Marina Municipal Airport is the newest general aviation airport on the Monterey Peninsula. It consists of approximately 845.5 acres of property. It has been open for public use since 1995 and is dynamic and growing.

Marina Municipal Airport

The Airport is dedicated to general aviation, business, light industry, and recreation, and is collaborating with the University of California MBEST Center to create a dynamic economic development growth center for the peninsula region.

For Airport Operations please go to Airport Services Division