Cape Cod Gateway Airport
Cape Cod Gateway Airport, located in Hyannis, Massachusetts on Cape Cod, provides commercial and general aviation services to Boston, New York and the islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. It is owned by the Town of Barnstable  and managed by the Cape Cod Gateway Airport Commission and its staff.

Located on 623 acres, the airport is home to Cape Air, Nantucket Airlines, and Rectrix Shuttle along with other charter, corporate and general aviation aircraft operators. JetBlue operates daily service to JFK-New York in season. read more..


FUEL SHORTAGE NATIONWIDE: There's not enough jet fuel to meet the increased demand. Part of the problem is the shortage of tank truck drivers needed to deliver fuel. An estimated 20% of tankers nationwide are parked due to a lack of qualified drivers. We are experiencing high demand as well as inconsistent supply. We have requested daily deliveries but we are subject to supply. For the most up to date information and our current fuel status, please contact Airport Operations at 508-778-7770.

During the Federal and State restrictions during the COVID-19 emergency, air traffic at Cape Cod Gateway Airport has been drastically reduced.  Please be aware this reduction should not be considered normal levels and is expected to return to previous levels of air traffic when restrictions are relaxed.  If you have any questions about the reduction or normal traffic levels, please contact us at 508-862-8268.  Thank you for your patience during this unprecedented time.