Beloit's Moritz Memorial Airport, established in 1942, is a city-owned public-use airport located one mile northwest of the city's central business district. The facility covers an area of 200 acres and contains three runways. 4/22 and 08/26 have turf surfaces. While the longest, 17/35, is concrete.
Full-service pilots lounge
Power plant service
The Beloit City Council realizes what an asset the airport is to the community and is working with the FAA to continue to make upgrades that will enable Moritz Memorial to remain a vital piece of the local economy.