RJD – Ridgely Revival Underway

RJD – Ridgely Revival Underway Grass and paved tie downs are available now. Call 240-464-8998. With great approaches and a NEW beautiful 3,214 foot runway, Ridgely is on its way back to being better than ever! Since the 152-acre property was purchased last January, there has been a massive clean-up of junk cars and planes, major […]

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45th Antique Aeroplane Fly-In

June 11 (Sat) Raindate Sunday June 12th This is an AAA (Antique Airplane Association) event (formerly the Horn Point Antique Fly-In) conducted by the Potomac Antique Aero Squadron (PAAS) and hosted for the first time at Massey Aerodrome. Times: 7AM-5PM with judging until 2PM. Food & drinks available on field. Registration begins 9AM @ $15

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Cambridge-Dorchester Regional Airport

The Dorchester County Council appointed a new Airport Manager in September. Mr. Meighan K. Chisholm Sr., who most people simply call “Chis”, was selected for what he emphatically calls his “Dream Job”. When asked “What is the single most important attribute that you would bring to this position if selected, his clear answer was “ENERGY!”.

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New FAASTeam Lead Rep Appointed!

John Cutcher has been appointed as FAASTeam Lead Representative in the Baltimore Flight Standards District. John’s aviation credentials and experience are both “deep and wide”. He already has done so much in the cause of aviation safety, and his leadership will have a very positive impact in District 07, especially in the upper Eastern Shore.

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\”Somewhere to Fly\”

Fly in sometime and check out Claremont Airport 58M, formerly called Cecil County Airport. Enjoy relaxing in our upgraded FBO with a cup of coffee. Just look for the FBO at the Southeast end of the airfield near the fuel pumps. That\’s us! See you soon! Mary Hall, Airport Manager Claremont Airport Contact: 443-907-7991

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