Hampton Roads Executive Airport
Hampton Roads Executive Airport   (757) 465-0260
5172 W. Military Highway, Chesapeake, VA 23321

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CoVaBiz Magazine

Hampton Roads Executive Airport was featured in the July/August 2022 edition of CoVaBiz Magazine:


Advanced Air Mobility Mission

On June 27, 2022, VAA, LLC and Hampton Roads Executive Airport hosted the following organizations.

Standing to the left of the Electric plane Velis Electro are:
  • Luke Fox, Director of Operations, Hampton Roads Executive Airport
  • Dr. David Bowles, Virginia Institute for Spaceflight and Autonomy(ODU)
  • Amy Jordan, HR Alliance

Standing to the right of the Electric plane Velis Electro are:
  • Dan Wolfe, Hampton Roads Association of Unmanned Vehicle Systems International
  • Tracy Tynan, Virginia Innovation Partnership Corporation
  • John Costulis, Virginia Institute for Spaceflight and Autonomy(ODU)
  • Tommy Jordan, NASA Langley Research Center
  • Steve Alperin, NASA Langley Research Center
  • Steven I. Fox, Principal/Owner Hampton Roads Executive Airport

VAA, LLC. and Hampton Roads Executive Airport are pleased to support the Advanced Air Mobility Mission.


Presidential Visit

On May 3, 2021, President Joe Biden and Dr. Jill Biden arrived at Hampton Roads Executive Airport. The President spoke at Tidewater Community College in Portsmouth. The President and First Lady were in coastal Virginia to promote his plans to increase spending on education and children, part of his $1.8 trillion Families Proposal announced the prior week.

Hampton Roads Executive Airport was selected to host the President's arrival and motorcade based on its central location and ease of access to all Hampton Roads cities, as well as excellent airport security and extensive infrastructure. Hosting the Presidential aircraft fleet, including 3 MV22 Tilt Rotors and 2 VH60 VIP Black Hawk helicopters ("Marine One") was an honor for both staff and tenants.



Geico Skytypers

The Geico Skytypers Air Show Team flies six WWII era aircraft, the North American SNJ and the T-6 Texan variant. Both were used as advanced training aircraft to prepare pilots of "The Greatest Generation" for WWII. The team performs a low-level, precision demonstration that features maneuvers and tactics flown by the United States military.

In addition to air show performances, the team "skytypes" giant messages in the sky. Five aircraft fly in a line abreast formation and type dot-matrix style 1,000-foot tall messages that can be seen for 15 miles in any direction.

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Last Updated: 07/6/22 2:43pm

Flying has torn apart the relationship of space and time: it uses our old clock but with new yardsticks.

- Charles Lindbergh

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