Photo: Long Island MacArthur Airport / Town of Islip
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New website for Long Island MacArthur Airport takes off

Long Island MacArthur Airport has unveiled a new mobile-friendly website.

The website,, provides information and maps on the routes its air carriers serve, as well as on-time, flight arrival and departure information, airport dining options, news and more.

“We continue to work hard to enhance the customer experience at Long Island MacArthur Airport,” Airport Commissioner Shelley LaRose-Arken said in a statement from the Town of Islip, which owns and operates the airport. “This new website is aesthetically pleasing and puts important airport resources right at customers’ fingertips. Since the site is optimized for mobile devices, customers can access it from home on their desktops and tablets, or on the fly from their mobile phones.”

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Photo: Long Island MacArthur Airport / Town of Islip

Town of Islip Supervisor Angie Carpenter said the website showcases and promotes the airport to local residents and amplifies the many attributes of the area to attract more visitors to Long Island.

“Using the latest technology, we are able to target helpful messages to our customers based on their location when they go to our new airport website,” she said in the statement. provides usability features for Long Island’s most convenient airport, with user-friendly content that will promote increased levels of engagement with its customers. The website combines with the airport’s active communication on social media platforms, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter/X, and LinkedIn, to elevate awareness of MacArthur Airport.

“In addition to reaching both Long Island residents and inbound visitors, the website demonstrates to our airlines – Breeze Airways, Frontier Airlines, and Southwest Airlines–that we are here to actively market Long Island MacArthur Airport in a creative way to help increase awareness and use of ISP flights year-round,” LaRose-Arken said in the statement.

This year, MacArthur Airport will be reaching out more in the Long Island community with its work on STEM & Aviation Education with the Cradle of Aviation Museum, a Fly Local marketing effort for local businesses, and more, according to the statement. Air service development and marketing will remain top priorities, including a joint effort with the Town of Islip Economic Development Corporation to reach customers living in the airport’s nonstop cities, encouraging visitors to bring their economic resources to Long Island through its hometown airport.

Long Island MacArthur Airport employs 6,000 people directly and indirectly, with a $16 million annual operating budget and an economic impact of $600 million to the region and local economy.

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