Our archive of local aviation news...

  • August 15, 2008 Bergen Record "Lincoln Park Airport enjoying resurgence"

  • June 7, 2009: Suburban Trends newspaper revisits Lincoln Park Airport

  • March 7, 2010 Bergen Record: Linda Scully's Aero Safety Training,
    Ltd. is among ten winners of Amex womens' business contest.

  • February 9, 2010 Daily Record: Aero Safety Training, Ltd, aims for
    prize in Feb. 17 Amex Houston business contest.

  • December 30, 2010 Wayne Today: "Local pilots help young people
    discover flight through Eagles program" (Greg Dwyer and Dick
    Wedemeyer have each flown over 100 Young Eagles.)

  • September 2015: Back to School edition of Wayne Magazine
    carries one page article (page 20) highlighting EAA Chapter 501's
    "Kids fly free" Young Eagles Flight Rallies.

  • June 2011: Suburban Trends history columnist salutes EAA Chapter 501
    on the 20th anniversary (June 9th) of the completion of the restoration
    of the Gloria Rocket Plane for display at the New Jersey Aviation
    Hall of Fame and Museum.

  • February 2011: Rocket plane Gloria revisits Greenwood Lake on 75th
    anniversary of flights across the ice from New York to New Jersey.

  • Scroll through a 26 page slide show Chapter 501 did
    in 2009 for the Pequannock Township Historic District Preservation Commission,
    disk copies of which were distributed to local organizations
    who might volunteer to donate cash to pay for a bronze plaque
    planned be located along West Parkway commemorating the location where
    Reaction Motors, Inc. built and tested rocket motors, one of which
    powered Chuck Yeager and the X-1 past the sound barrier in 1947.

  • July 31, 2009 Bergen Record: "Very big blast from the past",
    Pequannock Township secures funding for Yeager's X-1 rocket engine
    commemorative marker.

  • October 9, 2010: Dedication of plaque marking the spot in Pompton
    Plains where Reaction Motors built and tested the rocket motor that
    powered Chuck Yeager and the X-1 past the sound barrier in 1947.