The objective of this master's thesis is the production of various aeronautical maps which form an integral part of geodetic work, based on data obtained by geodetic survey. The first part is a review of laws related to airport projecting. Conditions (outlined by the applicable Airport Reference Code) which are important for the safety of aircraft take-offs and landings are described. The description focuses on barriers, obstacles and other impediments that are near runways, and other features whose presentation is obligatory for the completeness of the required aeronautical charts. The practical part of the thesis describes the geodetic survey in the field and the production of maps, ranging from basic maps for geodetic work up to those that are required to produce a Manual for Use of the Airport. Data were collected using methods appropriate to the required precision. The maps are created using standard cartographic symbols and colours, easily recognizable and understandable to persons for whom they are intended. The result is a comprehensive geodetic study with geodetic plans and aeronautical charts, with the appropriate documentation for the purpose by pilots of sport aircraft and airport staff. Alignment of all geodetic and cartographic works to the required standard are confirmed by the operating permit from the Agency for Civil Aviation of the Republic of Croatia.