Sparta Municipal Airport
The Paul C. Miller Airport in Sparta (8D4) is an important West Michigan transportation hub. With 24-hour 100LL fuel and MOGAS, flight schools and a full-time FBO with aircraft maintenance on the field, our airport is lively, vibrant, and contributing to our local economy. Local tax dollars are NOT used to operate the Airport. We are one of a few in Michigan that can make that claim!
Note: Any Non-Profit listed below is in no way affiliated or supported by the Village of Sparta. They are however located at the airport and are listed on this site for that reason.
EAA Chapter 704 at Sparta Airport
Welcome to Sparta EAA Chapter 704
Whether you fly, build, restore or simply enjoy airplanes and aviation, you are welcome to attend our events and join our chapter. We are a group of aviation enthusiasts, aircraft builders, and pilots who get together with like-minded people to share ideas, exchange information, encourage safety, serve the local aviation community, and have a lot of fun doing so.
Please come to our next meeting or event as our guest. We meet on the third Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Terminal Building at the Sparta Airport. For more information on our chapter, please contact our president, Jim Russ.
Our chapter is part of the worldwide network of EAA chapters. EAA embodies the spirit of aviation through the world's most engaged community of aviation enthusiasts. EAA's 170,000 plus members enjoy the fun and camaraderie of sharing their passion for flying, building and restoring recreational aircraft. To find out more about EAA and our programs and services, please visit the EAA websites at the links below.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Absolutely! Many farmers and others with equipment come and buy Ethanol Free fuel.
What's wrong with ethanol?
Ethanol itself is corrosive to rubber and plastics. Leaving ethanol-laden fuel in your equipment or vehicle for an extended period of time can cause all kinds of damage. When ethanol is mixed with gasoline, and then left to sit for a long period of time (such as in a snowblower during the summer), it separates itself from the gasoline and binds with water. This becomes a deadly mixture for not just the rubber and plastic tubes, but for the entire engine itself.
100 LL (Low Lead) is used by most piston-engine airplanes.
90 Ethanol Free (MOGAS) is used in some planes and equipment.
Once you enter the automatic gate you need to use your flashers and use extreme caution. Airplanes ALWAYS have the right of way.
Yes, We have great rates that are very competitive for land leases. Call us at 616-887-5744. We are here to help!
We have several styles of hangars. Rental rates range from $163.00 to $300.00 per month. Monthly tie down rate is $36 per month.
Contact the Airport Manager by the email below, or phone 616-887-5744.
Paul C. Miller Airport Contact Information
Airport Manager: Mike Krzciok
9100 Vinton Ave. NW
Sparta, MI 49345
Phone: (616) 887-5744
Fax: (616) 887-1114
Email Mike by clicking here
Airport Assistant Manager: Alex Warner
Email Alex by clicking here
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Courtesy Cars Available
The airport is pleased to announce that it has three courtesy cars available for use by pilots visiting the Paul C. Miller Sparta Municipal Airport. This cars are available by contacting the Airport Manager and setting up a reservation. There is no fee for use of the cars, for more information please see the policy and use form below.
Club Planes at Sparta
Sparta 140 Club
1976 Cessna 172M
-IFR rated Garmin GPS
-Low time engine
Contact John Kozal at