Miller Airport / Nartron Field

Miller Field opened in 1956 as a private airport for Miller Industries, a manufacturer of glass and aluminum products based out of Reed City, MI. From 1966 to 1971 Miller Airlines offered flights to nearby cities including Chicago and Detroit.

Unusually for an airport, Miller Field featured an auditorium for company and social events that could hold 1,200 people. In 1979 the airport was sold to the Nartron Corporation, which renamed it Nartron Field. The auditorium and a hanger were converted into production facilities for the company. Nartron appears to have vacated the airport sometime in the 1980’s.