Auburn-Lewiston Airport is comprised of Auburn-Lewiston Airport and the Auburn-Lewiston Municipal Airport Industrial Airpark. The Airport Board of Directors operates the airport through the airport manager, who is a contractual employee of the Board. The airport currently has two runways with a supporting taxiway for the primary runway and a partial taxi-way for the crosswind. The primary runway system is designed for aircraft that are no wider than 80 feet and weigh less than 180,000 pounds. The crosswind runway system is designed for aircraft no wider than 80 feet and weighs less than 30,000. The airport acts as a support base for Life Flight of Maine, the Civil Air Patrol, the Maine Warden Service and other public service organizations. The airport provides an opportunity for a wide variety of aviation activities including flight training, aircraft maintenance, and repair, and air cargo as well as flight-continuing services such as fuel and food for passengers and flight crews.