Provincetown Municipal Airport is a public airport located at the end of Cape Cod, two miles (3 km) northwest of the central business district of Provincetown, a town in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States. This airport is operated by the Town of Provincetown on land leased from the National Park Service. It is used for general aviation and by one commercial airline, Cape Air, which operates non-stop flights of 25 minutes duration to Boston's Logan International Airport. During the off-season three flights operate per day each way, while on summer weekends flights are scheduled approximately every 45 minutes in both directions. An airfare developed by Cape Air uniquely for the Provincetown market, known as the Year-Rounder's Fare, provides a significant discount for passengers who possess a Massachusetts driver's license with a Cape Cod address. Enterprise Rent-A-Car offers vehicle rentals, with a desk staffed in the terminal from May through September. At other times arrangements can be made in advance for pick-up or drop-off of Enterprise vehicles through their office in Orleans, 26 miles south of Provincetown. The airport recently added complimentary high-speed internet access for all passengers and crew members utilizing the facility. A limited amount of free parking is available for vehicles used by general and commercial aviation passengers. Aircraft parking is $10 for daily or overnight parking, $50 for a week, payable to Cape Air, the Fixed Base Operator, at their ticket counter in the main terminal.
For 12-month period ending January 1, 2007, the airport had 104,950 aircraft operations, an average of 287 per day: 98% general aviation, 2% air taxi and <1% military. There are 7 aircraft based at this airport: 6 single engine and 1 multi-engine.