What we're about
Bayport Aerodrome is Long Islands only remaining public grass airfield. The Aerodrome is home to both The Bayport Aerodrome Society and the The Antique Airplane Club of Greater New York.
Bayport Aerodrome Society was formed in 1972 as a "living museum". There are a wide variety of antique aircraft flying on the field. These include Bi-Planes, Champs, Cubs and others. By offering tours of the Aerodrome, our society members share their passion for aviation with the public.
The Antique Airplane Club of Greater New York was formed in 1961 by a group of folks interested in preserving and perpetuating aviation as it was during it's “Golden Age" in the 1930’s.
Our memberships are composed of aviation professionals, recreational pilots, and people interested in preserving aviation history. Anyone can join and volunteer to assist in projects and events at the Aerodrome.