Aerial View of Brennand Airport looking northwest


Brennand Airport (79C) is a privately owned public-use airport located four miles west of Neenah, WI. It is located in the Fox Cities area of northeast Wisconsin, between Appleton and Oshkosh.

Our annual fly-in sponsored by EAA Chapter 41, normally held in August, was cancelled for 2020 out of an abundance of caution for your health and safety. The airport remains open as usual. We’ll update you here on this web site about events for 2021.

The airport is open year-round and serves light aircraft with its 2,450′ x 30′ paved, lighted runway. Approximately 50 aircraft are based here. Brennand Airport has been a haven for recreational aviation since 1967. Several major improvement projects were completed in recent years.

Self-serve 100LL fuel is available 24/7 via credit card. The airport is not attended on a regular schedule, so please call ahead if you will need access to the building or restrooms, or if we can help you with any other needs. We invite you to stop in and say hello!

Keith Mustain
Airport Owner & Manager
(920) 376-0064