of 11 privately owned, public use airports in Massachusetts.
is when it was certified for public use.
Length in feet of its single paved runway, which is 60 feet wide and was originally used by crop dusters spraying
planes are based at Cranland, including the restored seaplane that singer Jimmy Buffettcrashed off Nantucket in 1994.
of the Experimental Aircraft Association has a clubhouse
on the site and holds monthly fly-in breakfasts every third Sunday from April through
Sources: Peter Oakley, Cranland Airport owner; Massachusetts Department of Transportation Aeronautic Division