Greater Binghamton Airport
Greater Binghamton Airport is a county owned, public airport eight miles north of Binghamton, Maine, New York. It serves the Southern Tier of New York. Originally known as Broome County Airport, development started in 1945 and became Greater Binghamton Airport in 2003. Facilities include two asphalt runways, the longest measuring 2.2km.
- 2,164m × 46m
- 1,524m × 46m
Fuel & Oil Suppliers servicing Greater Binghamton Airport
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