red and silver plane in flight


Welcome to the official Carroll County Regional Airport (CCRA) website! Formerly known simply as Carroll County Airport, we’ve rebranded to offer airport services to the entire region. Carroll County Regional Airport, FAA designation KDMW, is a publicly owned, public use general aviation airport owned by Carroll County, Maryland.


Carroll County Regional Airport maintains a single 5,100-foot long by 100-foot wide runway; it is the sixth largest non-military runway in Maryland. CCRA is a reliever airport for Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.

Langley Park

52° Humidity:76% Clouds:75% Wind (SSE):28mph moderate rain
Monday 52°FTuesday 60°FWednesday 43°FThursday 38°FFriday 34°F

Latitude: North 39° 28′ 19″ 39.472°
Longitude: West 77° 02′ 04″ -77.034°


There are many local amenities nearby including cafes, gas stations and convenience stores. Westminster, the County seat of local government is within three miles.


Taxi and limousine service is available along with rental cars. With advanced notice, a car can be waiting for you at the airport when you arrive.


Carroll County prides itself on its recreation and parks programs and facilities. Here you will find history, walking & driving tours, nature parks and plenty of outdoor recreation.


Lodging is available in Westminster and Gettysburg, PA, ranging from Bed & Breakfast Inns to hotels and motels.


Carroll County's variety of restaurants provides the ideal place for everyone. From brew pubs to fine dining and everything in between, you are sure to find the place that satisfies your hunger!



  • A United States Navy Beechcraft T-34C Turbo-Mentor, an upgraded version of the T-34 Mentor, crash-landed in Lake Pontchartrain near New Orleans. One pilot was rescued and the other was missing. The plane, on a routine nighttime instrument training mission, crashed about 1845 hrs. and was 1-nautical-mile (1.9 km) north of Lakefront Airport in New Orleans on an apparent approach to land. Coast Guard teams rescued the student pilot about 9 p.m. with mild hypothermia and moderate injuries from the 57 degree water. The pilot, Lt. Clinton Wermers, 33, from Mitchell, South Dakota, was presumed dead. He had been assigned to Naval Air Station Whiting Field since March 2007. A memorial service was held for Lt. Wermers on 1 February at Whiting Field. - Saturday, January 23rd, 2010
  • An American unmanned aerial vehicle attacks a ground vehicle in Al-Masna`Ah, Yemen, killing six Islamic militants, including two senior al-Qaeda commanders. - Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013