For more than 40 years, Maine’s Bangor International Airport has been the go-to airport for transatlantic flights as the Eastern- most port of entry to the U.S. The airport, which also owns and operates the Avitat Bangor FBO, is exhibiting here (Booth No. 664) for its second year, having attended every EBACE since the show started.
Maine’s Bangor International Airport is receiving growing numbers of European business aircraft. It is now trying to capitalize on its convenient location as a U.S. port-of-entry by making its first appearance at the EBACE show with its own stand-alone exhibit (Booth No. 698).
Maine’s Bangor International Airport celebrates four decades of commercial air service this year. To help with the festivities, the airport shared some neat photos from the past, including some of Amelia Earhart and President Johnson, as well as a watercolor painting from the Maine Air Museum located in the airport’s former Cold War-era missile assembly and maintenance building.
The pilot and two of his three passengers were seriously injured October 7 when their 2002 Citation CJ2 landed long at Dexter (Maine) Airport, went off the end of the 3,000-ft runway, crossed an access road and came to a stop 100 ft beyond the runway end in a weeded area. One other passenger reportedly received minor injuries and a small dog on board was killed.
MITSUBISHI MU-2, PITTSFIELD, MASS., MARCH 25, 2004–At about 5:45 a.m., MU-2 N201UV crashed a half mile east of Pittsfield Airport (PSF). The sole-occupant pilot was killed and the aircraft destroyed. The Royal Air Freight cargo flight was en route from Hagerstown, Md., to Bangor, Me., and failed to establish contact with Boston Center.