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Why you should learn to fly in 2017!

9 January 2017   Pilots Uncategorized

Boy wants to learn to fly

It’s the New Year, a time brimming with opportunities to change our lives. Whether you’re looking for a change of career and have always dreamed of flying or are an aircraft enthusiast looking to take the next step, learning to fly and becoming a pilot is an exciting and incredibly rewarding experience. Find out why […]


Interesting facts you didn’t know about private jets

7 November 2016   Uncategorized

runway-jet

Private jets are part of a very interesting industry. Here are some surprising facts about this luxurious mode of travel, from Monmouth Executive Airport in New Jersey. The USA is the private jet capital of the world: Recent statistics show that the US makes up around 49.7% of all private jet flights in the whole […]


Easter Bunny Trades Hopping for Flying…

15 March 2016   Uncategorized

A little over a week from now, the Easter bunny will be hopping into hearts, at fields and in backyards all over the country… But here at Monmouth Executive Airport, our Easter Bunny visit is taking an entirely different approach. On Friday March 25th, 2016, Monmouth Jet Center will host its first ever flying Easter Bunny, […]


Early line posted for Haskell Invitational at Monmouth Park

16 July 2014   Uncategorized

Monmouth Airport Gateway to Haskell Invitational

Pilots around the country are preparing to descend on Monmouth Airport to witness the Haskell Invitational at Monmouth Park Racetrack on July 27th. The Haskell Invitational (G1) is a 1 1/8 mile race for 3-year-olds created in 1968 to honor former Monmouth Park President and Chairman Amory L. Haskell. Originally open to older horses, in […]


Vietnam-era Huey helicopter restored by vets at Monmouth Executive Airport in Wall

12 May 2014   Uncategorized

WALL TOWNSHIP – One year ago today, a group of Vietnam veterans got together and started renovations on a Huey helicopter inside a hangar at Monmouth Executive Airport in Wall. The Huey had served two tours in Vietnam and crashed twice. For 20 years, it sat in a field at Fort Dix. It has been sanded, […]