Massey Air Museum’s ‘Opportunity Knocks’ aeronautical engineering course for high school students was held on the week of July 16 – 20, 2018 at the museum facility. Five selected students, four from Kent County and one from Queen Anne’s County, were recruited through the County High Schools, all having expressed an interest in aircraft engineering. […]
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Cadets from the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) stopped by the Frederick Municipal Airport for a group photo with N875CP, a Cessna 182. The same aircraft is depicted in a painting titled “Total Force Partners” flying a patrol over Washington, D.C. alongside an Air Force F-16 fighter jet. The group photo was part of a CAP […]
We now have a “fly-in” Flight surgeon office on our airfield. Please schedule your next Fight Physical with Dr. Thomas Rosenthal – 410-860-8446 RFP was just released seeking developers for our new Box and T-Hangar complex. The box hangars will be 60’ x 60’ with dual door access, and the T-Hangars will have 49’ electric […]
Massey’s 15th Chili Fiesta Fly-In was a success despite low ceilings early and rain up north that kept most PA & NJ fliers at home. When the sun broke out we had 60 guest planes including a T-6 Texan (WWII trainer) from the Richmond, VA area. The parking lot was full of local drive-ins and […]
On July 20th, Easton Airport celebrates it’s 75th year with the unveiling of a permanent exhibit in the terminal documenting the history of Talbot County Airports. Check out the display when you fly in and learn about “Early Talbot County Airports”. TRED AVON AIRPORT The very first ‘airport’ in Talbot County was probably Trippe Creek. In […]
In 2006, John Galdieri, a corporate pilot, owned a Piper Cherokee that he used to commute to his corporate base in New Jersey. He started by . . . instructing several local students in his own aircraft. His Piper eventually became so busy that he was unable to use it for his personal travel. He […]