National Aviation Research and Technology Park

A Leader in Global Aviation Innovation

Fostering Innovation Through Collaboration

The National Aviation Research and Technology Park (NARTP) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit auxiliary organization of Stockton University dedicated to facilitating research and development, innovation, and commercialization of emerging aviation technologies.

The park is located on a 58 acre parcel adjoining the Federal Aviation Administration William J. Hughes Technical Center, a facility dedicated to research, development, and sustainment of the National Airspace System, and the Atlantic City International Airport, a designated Smart Airport Research Test Bed Facility.

Membership

Membership in the National Aviation Research and Technology Park (NARTP) is open to individuals and organizations that want to support the advancement of aviation.
Thunder Room in use

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The Park

At full build out, the NARTP will consist of seven multi-story buildings with high-speed connectivity to the William J. Hughes Technical Center (WJHTC) laboratories that replicate the National Airspace System (NAS).
Meeting Room in Building 3

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Features and Benefits

The NARTP is leveraging regional assets and existing infrastructure to create an aviation and aerospace focused innovation ecosystem.

The Team

Learn about our Board of Directors and Management Team.

Community Support

Interested in supporting the advancement of the aviation and aerospace sciences?