Nestled in Orange County New York, just South of Sugar Loaf, New York, the famous Craft Center, the airport provides a home to a variety of airplanes, antique cars and boats. This is a place where Tube and Fabric Classics still live mixing with airplanes from almost every era. You might find a brand new Cessna C-206 one day parked next to an English Tiger Moth trainer or a WWII American Stearman trainer, one of the many on the field. With a paved runway and two grass runways, you have your pick of landing options.
The Warwick Valley Pilots Association Board of Directors, elected by the over 100 WVPA members, runs the day to day operations of the airport. Dave MacMillan, a board member, is also the airport manager and can be seen around the airport every day doing anything from repairing airport equipment to flying one of his classic aircraft.
For those who cannot fly in, the airport is close to public transportation that can leave you in the Village of Warwick, a short cab ride to the airport and by car the airport is less than 65 miles from the heart of Manhattan.
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