Favorite New England Airports
A Guide to Aviation Activities and Entertainment
by James S. Kohn, M.D.
For such a small land area, New England offers an almost unlimited number of interesting destinations for the small plane pilot. From summer ocean beaches to winter ski areas, New England has something to entice the traveler for day, weekend, or longer trips.
As a busy surgeon, Jim Kohn quickly learned that by flying to vacation areas, he could make maximum use of his limited time and still have a variety of activities in all seasons.
While not a comprehensive guide to New England airports, this compact volume nevertheless covers 33 locations with maps, approach and landing suggestions, and tips for dining, lodging, and activities. Each airport description includes a detailed map showing runway/s, FBO, trails, directions to town, accommodations, and activities.
Cape Cod and its nearby islands are especially attractive for pilots because of the many airports including those offering parking adjacent to the ocean. Several Maine and New Hampshire locations will appeal to adventurous individuals who are looking for skiing, hiking, mountain biking, or whitewater rafting.
134 pages. Maps and phoptographs, 6 x 9"
Paper. 0-914339-72-9 $15
Dr. James S. Kohn
1151 North Buckner Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75218
Also by this author: Southwestern Flying Adventures