New Jersey Airport Adventure Quest

As most local pilots know there is more to New Jersey than the guidos at the Jersey Shore. This state is home to many public use general aviation airports. In an effort to learn more about flying and to hone my skills I have decided to land at every paved airport in NJ. This is including Newark Liberty which should be quite exciting (and expensive). Now this is no small task considering there are more than 35 paved airports. I estimate (given my current net worth) this project will take many many many years to complete.

In searching for a good list of airports with all the details associated with them I came across a great site called OurAirports. You can download a single file with all of the airports in the United States and many abroad in a single file. You can parse them from there.

Updated: 6/23/2012

NJ Airport Checklist
Alexandria    N85
Andover Aeroflex    12N
Atlantic City    ACY
Blairstown Airport    1N7
Camden County Airport    19N
Central Jersey Regional    47N
Cape May County Airport    WWD
Cross Keys    17N
Essex County Airport    CDW
Eagle’s Nest Airport    31E
Flying W Airport    N14
Greenwood Lake Airport    4N1
Hackettstown Airport    N05
Hammonton Municipal Airport    N81
Lakewood Airport    N12
Lincoln Park Airport    N07
Linden Airport    LDJ
Millville Municipal Airport    MIV
Monmouth Executive Airport    BLM
Morristown Municipal Airport    MMU
Newark Liberty Airport    EWR
Newton Airport    3N5
Ocean City Municipal Airport    26N
Old Bridge Airport    3N6
Princeton Airport    39N
Red Lion Airport    N73
Robert J. Miller Air Park    MJX
Sky Manor Airport    N40
Somerset Airport    SMQ
Solberg Hunterdon Airport    N51
South Jersey Regional Airport    VAY
Spitfire Aerodrome    7N7
Sussex Airport    FWN
Teterboro Airport    TEB
Trenton Mercer Airport    TTN
Trenton Robbinsville Airport    N87
Woodbine Municipal Airport    OBI

5 comments:

  1. The Mid-Atlantic Aviation Coalition will hold the second annual NJ Airport Challenge this summer beginning July 1. Prizes are awarded to pilots who fly to the most participating airports. Email me if you want more info.

    1. That is a great site too. I like the advanced search where you can pick a town and it will show the closes GA airports, what an awesome feature.

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