Westfield-Barnes Regional Airport is a public/military airport in Hampden County, Massachusetts, United States. It is owned by the City of Westfield and is 6 km north of it. The airport is northwest of the larger city of Springfield. Westfield-Barnes is one of Massachusetts' largest airports with a strong flight training, general aviation, and military presence. July 13, 1914 can be the date upon which aviation came to Westfield. Jack McGee of Pawtucket, Rhode Island flew a Wright biplane over Westfield and the flight originated on a strip of land near Southampton Road and the Holyoke Rail Bridge.
Airport Name: Westfield-Barnes Regional Airport
Airport Keywords: Barnes Municipal Airport
Airport (IATA) Code: BAF
Country: United States (US)
Continent: North America
Full Location: Westfield, MA, United States
Elevation: 259 (Feet)
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