Welcome to Sky Manor Airport
Congratulations to the Angel Flight East 2016 Pilot-of-the-Year,
Mr. Frank Becker (a member/owner of Sky Manor Airport)!
Thank you to our sponsors, volunteers, guests, Gala committee and all who donated for making the 9th Annual On Angels’ Wings Gala a huge success! The financial success of the Gala assures that Angel Flight East can continue its noble mission of providing free air transportation to children and adults in need of medical treatment far from home.
Since it began back in the 1940s, Sky Manor Airport has served both local and transient pilots. From its humble grass-strip beginnings to the current 2900-foot paved runway, Sky Manor has been a favorite stopping point for pilots. (read more) Sky Manor Airport is just a half-dozen or so miles from the historic Delaware River with its quaint river towns. For those seeking a bargain, the Flemington Shopping District with numerous shops, outlets, and auto dealers is just around the corner.
Li’l Airport Makes Spash in 1977 Flying Magazine Feature Story!
EAA Chapter 463 Field Trip
A jewel of an airport that remains rural, scenic, and private – Sky Manor Airport is just an hour or so from both New York City and Philadelphia. An easy commute with the commuter rail station a short drive away.
Always Competitive – Oftentimes the Lowest Average Gallon Fuel Price within 50 Miles
Experienced A&P Repair Facility on the Field
Hangars for Rent
While most of you made yourselves ready to help our economy this early AM I elected to continue exploiting my second retirement :-) and take to the skys around Sky Manor while Ellen took videos and pictures from the back seat of my contraption. In short – it was a beautiful morning to chase our shadow as you'll see.
As for me – there is just something about the din of a two stroke behind me which stimulates my old heart. :-)
I've taken the liberty of attaching a short video of our departure with the intent on posting more of what we saw in the near future.
– Don Riggs
Sky Manor Airport’s Welcome Video
(click on image and use controls to see the 24-hour time-lapse images)