Friday-September 27, 2013 – Linden Airport Meeting

In lieu of a regular Troop meeting we will be having an off-site meeting with a tour of the Linden Airport in Linden, New Jersey.

Parents:  Transportation assistance may be required dependent on the number of scouts attending.  If you can assist with transportation, please email Mr. Jerome.

We will be assembling at the shed at 5:30pm in order to arrive at the airport on time.  All scouts attending must:

  • Be in Full Class A Uniform – (Socks and neckerchief)
  • Bring dinner – (No food services at the airport)
  • Signed Permission slip {Link to Permission slip}

 

Linden Municipal Airport:

Linden Municipal Airport is a principal aviation gateway to the New York City / New Jersey Metropolitan Area. It is “Federally Designated Reliever Airport” that serves based and transient Private, Corporate, Charter, and other similar aircraft. Without Linden these aircraft would have to land at, and further congest, the near by Newark International Airport.

Located between the major interstate highways, Rt. 1 and the Rt. 95 (New Jersey Turnpike), Linden Airport provides quick and easy access to the entire region. Be it business or pleasure, New York City is easily reached via car, taxi or NJ Transit train. Linden is also only five minutes helicopter flight time to the New York City Heliports.

Linden Airport accommodates Single Engine, Multi Engine, Private Jet, Turboprop, and Helicopter aircraft, supporting them with fuel, hangar, maintenance, and parking facilities.

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