A recent trip to Brookhaven Calabro Airport, hidden behind the woods and home houses and in Dawn Drive, on the day of the end, in the end of March, the iron ore iron was so small that it cracked, but not what could be.
Road near Mid-Island Air Service had many types of aircraft, which was used by other minutes, with unexpected guns ranging from Cirrus SR-20 on a decline (VFR) on the same day to be quiet as a hammer to hit a glass paper.
The blond brick north of the north, the prestigious room and the monopoly of the Dowling College of Aviation Education Center, became a cool time, the old promise that failed to bring the future of the aircraft.
One storage area, low-cost, cement, used by the owner & # 39; an one of the most commonly used sites (CTAF), uses a & # 39; witnessed to many pilots who were piloting a plane.
A corner room display, which showed the "Maintenance Shop" sign, revealed the first priority, game games, dinner games, cold dinner, and coffee maker. A recent study showed his interest and resurrection as eating. Perhaps it showed me my & # 39; behind it.
The 795 road, airport airline, one kilometer north of Shirley's business in & # 39; tomorrow to Long Island, Suffolk County, was the city of Brookhaven.
Originally, the Mastic Flight Strip, was built at the end of World War II, in 1944, at 325 acres for the assistance of the US Army Air Corps, then its head was sent to New York State and eventually the Brookhaven Division of Division of. General Aviation in 1961, the current owner. Since he had a "Calabro" moniker, he was named Dr.. Frank Calabro, who helped to make progress, but his wife, Ruth, was accidentally hit by a plane after thirty years.
Construction and distribution work led to an increase in the number of boots, shops, caregivers (FBOs), storage facilities, and a second maintenance solution in 1963.
These include Runway 6-24 and 4,255-foot Run 15-33, are made and are produced, but these contain cargo (ILS), used and used by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
$ 1.5 million for $ 5 million in the Department of Rural Departmental Department (DOT) Department, which many of them were placed near Long Island MacArthur Airport in Islip, making it possible to turn on lighting methods.
"We have to drive the roads, electricity, housing, and work," said Marten W. Haley, Commissioner of General Services, Brookhaven Town. "Everything has eternal life."
The pilot area is a leading range of Brookfield Aviation, Mid-Island Air Service, Southern Air Park, Ed Aircraft Refinishing, Long Island Meeting and Association, Island Aerial Air (for the fish processing), NAASCO Northeast Corporation (which makes airline and recycling) helicopter and rehabilitation), and the South Dive South River.
Dowling College School of Aviation, only once the airport corner, but closed when the University of Oakdale announced the bankruptcy of the bank, stopped working in 2016, awarded a Bachelor of Technology Technology and Aviation Management, and participated in the FAA Air Traffic Control Collegiate Introducing Academy. . Airplane aircraft and Fiasca airplanes have assisted students to earn money, equipment, engineers, consultants (CFI), and business.
Although this plan has included a pilot job, there have been few events in & # 39;
As a new site for former people, Swissair Convair CV-440 Metropolitans, 44 were used by the Cosmopolitan Airlines from Farmingdale & # 39; s Republic Airport and the so-called Cosmopolitan Sky Center being sent here, for example, including genocide has, offers junkets in Bader Field of Atlantic City.
The Grand Old Airshow, which took place in 2006 and 2007, was designed to run the early audience, the billboards and the World War II eras and show Long Island flights.
By our tourism through our website, our website and website, they told them to "come this year as we go back to the celebration of the Golden Island of Golden Aviation," a time when "aircraft defeated the air many years ago." He continued to do this as a result of "airplane airplanes, such as the first world war, open biplanes, World War II, and also the most popular, the Geico Skytypers, passing through the & # 39; Long Island."
The exhibition had old cars and airplanes, including TBM Avengers, Fokker Dr-1s, Nieuports, and Messerschmitt Me-109s, where airline flights were available on the piper J-3 Cubs and "randomly selected" audience members Carl Spackle; Old Rhinebeck Also Delsey Dives and Bolons ersts produced by Great Lakes Speedsters, Fleet 16Bs, and PT-17 Stearmans; Quick speeds between motorcycles run with PT-17 less; SF-260s; with notes and Sukhoi 29s.
The Helicopter of Sikorsky H-34D of the Sea Horse, used in the Vietnam War, during the Crisis of Missile Crisis, and the NASA Mercury astronaut recovery program, showed the ways of lighting and saving.
The entire Long Island plane is a highly developed design. The exhibition had Byrd, N3N, Fleet Model 16B, the N2S Stearman airplanes from the Bayport Aerodrome Society; P-40 Warhawks and P-51 Mustangs from Warbirds to Long Island; F4U Workers from the Museum of American Airpower; and North America SNJ-2s from Geico Skytypers in the Republic of the Republic.
He played a modern car with a plane. The shopkeepers brought their hay seats and placed them near the highway between the dress and comments given by Tuskegee Airmen. Sales companies sold everything from hot dogs to ice cream and reminders and many schools related to landing aircraft.
Grand Old Airshow, which took place at the second fall, was one day, traveling together, expulsion of Long Island history and where it was brought back.
In 2008, paying tribute to Vinny Nasta was also provided. The Riverhead High School teacher from the Wading River, lost his life at age 47 when Nieuport 24 was flying from Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome without a fireless rod to the & # 39; forests after the & # 39; Dr.1 Triplane, on August 17 of that year.
Dr. Tom Daley, former Dowling College Dean of Aviation, the Air Rhinebeck Film Chief Aerodrome Air andw, and the creator of Brookhaven Grand Old Airshow, was forced to abandon what has been happening in the winter.
"There was some controversial demonstration," he said, "and everyone who has their hand out is supposed to give a x-dollar number for protection, x-medical availability. There is no way I can run and show money and hope like that."
Today, 217 airplanes of Brookhaven Calabro Airport, 92 percent are one engine type, six six of which is an engine, and three percent of the magnets with magnetic fields provide a lot of work. For 12 months of data on March 25, 2005, there were 135,100 aircraft per year, or about 370 a day, and 99 percent of them were aircraft airline, which helps the pilots continue to have licenses and do weekends. to fly without power.
Thinking about this aircraft and its future.