Cape Cod Airfield

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Cape Cod Airfield
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IATA: noneICAO: K2B1FAA LID: 2B1
Summary
Airport type Public
Operator Town of Barnstable
Location Marstons Mills, Massachusetts
Elevation AMSL 103 ft / 31 m
Coordinates 41°41′07.0″N 70°24′08.1″W / 41.685278°N 70.402250°W / 41.685278; -70.402250Coordinates: 41°41′07.0″N 70°24′08.1″W / 41.685278°N 70.402250°W / 41.685278; -70.402250
Website Official website
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
9/27 2,700 823 Turf
17/35 2,060 628 Turf
5/23 2,035 620 Turf

Cape Cod Airfield, (ICAO: K2B1FAA LID: 2B1) in Marstons Mills, Massachusetts is a public airport owned by the Town of Barnstable. It has three runways, averages 75 flights per week, and has approximately 20 aircraft based on its field.[1] Biplane Rides, flight school, and skydive operations on the field. In the 1930s, the 101st Observation Squadron of the Massachusetts National Guard attended summer training at Camp Perkins, a national guard camp which was active on the site during the early 1920s and possibly longer.[2]

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  1. ^ AirNav.com: 2B1, AirNav.com, 2006, accessed April 26, 2006.
  2. ^ "Danforth property waits its turn". The Barnstable Patriot. 10 February 2012. Retrieved 2014-02-22. 

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