New England Airlines
New England Airlines is an American regional airline based in Westerly, Rhode Iceland. It operates a regional air traffic to upstream block Iceland and charter operation in the neighboring states of southern Rhode Iceland. Shareholder is the New England Airlines, Inc., headed by William Bendokas stands as president.
The company was founded in 1970 and still started the same year with the flight operations. On 28 November 1989 a machine of the New England Airlines of type BN -2 Islander crashed during a charter flight to Westerly seven kilometers northwest of the block Iceland into the sea. All eight passengers, seven passengers and a crew member were killed. The cause of the crash could not be determined.
Your base has New England Airlines at Westerly State Airport ( WST). From there they serviced by the airline to block Iceland State Airport in New Shoreham. In addition, in charter service all airports are served in the neighboring states.
As of July 2013, the fleet of the New England Airlines consists of eight aircraft:
- 1 Piper PA-28
- 3 Piper PA -32