Connecticut, United States

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KSNC

Good mountain bike trails are around KSNC and the adjacent State Forest!

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Original Name

This airstrip was originally named George Campert Memorial Airport in honor of the builder's brother who died when his USAF bomber crashed in Holland (I believe it was Holland) back in WWII. It's a shame the new owner had to change the name.

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bdr

my very first solo was here, runway 24

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Contact information

Hello: Would you please provide me with the name and mailing address of the director or president. Thank you. Isabel Kearns

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OK place

Very convenient - nice girl at the counter - line boss was a little rude. Tower guy tried to sandwich me in front of another Cherokee on straight in final - asked me to turn toward the runway from my base leg. I did. Then he complained that I didn't turn enough towards the runway and then gave me a vector - which I followed. If ya want me to turn to a heading - tell me which and I am good - his vector put me on the numbers so my final was never established straight in - more like a 45 degree final. Not a problem really, but he was all pissy that he had to circle the other Cherokee on final - not my bad dude - I was Number 1 - was flying the base leg he told me to fly at an appropriate airspeed for the Arrow - 100MPH.

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Great place for lunch

It's a very nice airport that you can approach a lower than usual altitude on final and get a good short-field landing. Park and walk up the road to a couple of places for lunch. The place across the street is excellent. This place is my favorite destination.

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To be privatized?

The state of Connecticut is considering privatizing this airport, along with Waterbury/Oxford, Groton, Danielson, and Hartford Brainard:

http://www.aopa.org/whatsnew/region/2009/090225ct.html

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To be privatized?

The state of Connecticut is considering privatizing this airport, along with Waterbury/Oxford, Groton, Hartford Brainard, and Windham:

http://www.aopa.org/whatsnew/region/2009/090225ct.html

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To be privatized?

The state of Connecticut is considering privatizing this airport, along with Waterbury/Oxford, Hartford Brainard, Danielson, and Windham:

http://www.aopa.org/whatsnew/region/2009/090225ct.html

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To be privatized?

The state of Connecticut is considering privatizing this airport, along with Hartford Brainard, Groton, Danielson, and Windham:

http://www.aopa.org/whatsnew/region/2009/090225ct.html

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To be privatized?

The state of Connecticut is considering privatizing this airport, along with Waterbury/Oxford, Groton, Danielson, and Windham:

http://www.aopa.org/whatsnew/region/2009/090225ct.html

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Closed?

It's not in the next FAA data set.

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Home base

Nice airport though it would be nicer with a restaurant on site.

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