|Elevation AMSL||1,040 ft / 317 m|
Spencer Airport, (ICAO: K60M, FAA LID: 60M) in Spencer, Massachusetts, is a public airport which was once owned by Gregg E. Andrews. It has one runway, averages 125 flights per week, and has approximately 26 aircraft based on its field. Andrews Aviation, based at the airport provides flight instruction in a vintage Piper J-3 Cub.
Mr. Andrews was killed in a plane crash at the airport on December 22, 2010.
- Official website
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