Block Island State Airport (BID) opened in 1950. It maintains scheduled service to Westerly State Airport, but is primarily used for general aviation. It is mostly used for single engine crafts, providing an alternative to the ferry as a connection to mainland.
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Civil Engineering -- Transportation engineering; Land use -- Transit-oriented development; Transportation;
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Smolski, Chet, "Block Island Airport" (2011). Browse All. 325.
Block Island, Rhode Island; airports;