The Stonington Municipal Airport (93 Bravo) was built in the 1950's and is a non-commercial airport owned by the town of Stonington. The airport is typical of a coastal Maine island airport. There is no fuel, lights, or airport transportation available. The length of the runway is 2,100 feet. Four tie-downs are available for no charge. The airport is sustained primarily through donations from visitors and volunteer labor from resident pilots and others who have ties to the airport.