Malden Regional Airport Fuel & FAQs

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Fuel Prices

For current fuel prices at MAW go to Air Nav or GlobalAir.

Fixed Base Operator (FBO)

The Malden Regional Airport’s FBO is First Flight, who can be reached by calling 573-776-4406 or by email at Aviation Fuel (100LL) is available 24-hours-a-day as self-serve from an automated credit card pumping station (FuelMaster). Jet fuel is available with full service from the Fixed Base Operator (FBO) First Flight by making advance arrangements with a call to 573-776-4406. First Flight also offers charts, hangaring, and a courtesy car.

General Aviation Maintenance

TC Gromer, who is an A&P Mechanic with IA certification, at Tango Charlie Aviation can take care of your general aviation mechanical needs. TC can be reached by calling 573-217-9438 or 573-281-2227.

Flight Instruction

Flight Instruction please contact the airport office for instructors.  An FAA approved Flight Simulator is available for Initial and Re-Current Flight training, for Simulator Training contact Rick Mccord at 573-576-0410.

Civil Air Patrol

The Malden Regional Airport is home to the Bootheel Composite Squadron MO-151 of the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) as formed in 2006. Nationally the CAP handles 90 percent of inland search and rescue missions, with approximately 75 lives saved each year. Members are generally the first on the scene transmitting satellite digital images of the damage within seconds around the world and providing disaster relief and emergency services following natural and manmade disasters. For more information and to find out how to join the CAP, Lt Tony Wood can be contacted at 573-217-9110 or visit the CAP website at

Aviation Projects

The Malden Regional Airport is listed in the National Plan of Integrated Airport System (NPIAS), which identifies airports that are significant to national transportation, and eligible for various Federal and State Grants.

The below shows a brief history of past projects:

  • 2001 - Seal coat Runway 14/32 and overlay of Taxiways T-1 and T-2
  • 2002 - MoDOT Aviation installed an Automated Weather Observation System (AWOS) 119.825
  • 2002 - Master Plan and Airport Layout Plan (ALP)
  • 2005 - Airfield Directional Signage
  • 2005 - Paving project for partial Apron and Taxiway T-8
  • 2005 - New 100LL Aviation Fuel Farm and Fuelmaster Credit Card System
  • 2008 - New edge lighting, REILs, and PAPIs on Runway 14/32
  • 2009 - Lateral Precision with Vertical Guidance (LPV) Approaches for both runways
  • 2011 - Upgraded 100LL to a 10,000 gallon storage tank
  • 2012 - Completed Crack Fill/Sealcoat/Paint Project on Runway 18/36 and Crack Fill on Runway 14/32
  • 2012 - Ground Communications Outlet (GCO) added on frequency 135.075 for Pilots to connect on the ground by radio with Memphis Center (4 clicks) or with FSS Wx Brief (6 clicks)
  • 2014 - Asphalt overlay of partial Apron & certain Taxiways. Taxiway & Apron reflector poles replaced with MoDOT-supplied materials.
  • 2016 - New beacon light on tilt-down tower and RY 14/32 counterpoise wire
  • 2019 - Update Master Plan
  • 2021 - Rehab Runway 18/36 and replace 18/36 lights and install REIL's & PAPIs
  • 2021 - Upgrade Fueling System

Some future projects may include the following:

  • Paving project for Runway 14/32
  • Seal coat Taxiways and Apron
  • New hangar
  • Update Airport Layout Plan (ALP) and Exhibit “A”
  • install Apron Fencing
  • Extend Runway 18/36
  • Overlay/mark Runway 4/22 3,200’x75’