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Hundreds of famous aviators have walked these fields: Charles Lindbergh, Amelia Earhart, Admiral Richard E. Byrd, Wally Schirra and countless others who have created a legacy that is New Jersey Aviation history. [Aviation Hall of Fame]

Teterboro Airport
[Click here] for real time Teterboro Airport air traffic map [More details]

[Basic airport statistics]

Teterboro Airport Awards 15 Scholarships
On Thursday June 1st, Teterboro Airport Golf Scholarship Committee hosted an Awards Ceremony and reception for 15 Scholarship recipients from local area high schools who are college bound and majoring in aviation related curriculum. [Photo & story]

Good Neighbor Noise Abatement Awards
A Good Neighbor Noise Abatement Awards Luncheon followed the Teterboro Airport Noise Symposium on May 17, 2006. Awards were presented to four operators. Eligibility to receive Good Neighbor Awards are for Helicopter, Jet, and Turbo-Prop operators that are either based at Teterboro Airport, or have one hundred or more movements during the award year. [Story & photo]

The Third Annual Teterboro Airport (TEB) Noise Symposium was held on Wednesday morning, May 17, 2006 at the Hasbrouck Heights Hilton. [Story & photos]

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PA Donates Foam/crash Truck to HHFD
The Port Authority donated a 1996 Walters Rapid Intervention Response Vehicle
to the Hasbrouck Heights Fire Department. [Photo & story][Blessing of Vehicle]
Hasbrouck Heights Fire Department Inspection May 20, 2006 [Photos]

PA to Install Arrestor Beds at TEB

Teterboro Approach Air Crash
A white Cessna 177 enroute to Caldwell Airport was diverted to Teterboro Airport due to engine trouble when it crashed into the Post Office Annex at 530 Huyler Street about 1/4 mile east of the airport at about 9:02 p.m. on Friday, September 2, 2005
[Story & photos]

8th Annual Teterboro 5K Run
2005 Run was held Saturday, July 16, 2005 at 8:30 a.m. [Mpg movie of start]
[Story][Race Preparations][The Race][Big photo of start][Post Race]

Twin-engine plane crashes at Teterboro Airport May 31, 2005 [Photos & story]

Teterboro Air Crash
-- On February 2, 2005, a twin-engine Challenger 600 skidded off the runway, through the fence, across Route 46 striking several cars before crashing into Strawberry clothing warehouse. [Photos & story]
Hasbrouck Heights Fire Department Responds to TEB Crash [Story]

Wings & Wheels Expo 2004
[Take a ride on the B-17 Yankee Lady][B-17 Yankee Lady details]
[Various aircraft] [Antique Cars][Vendors/Exhibitors][F-14 details][F-18 details]
This section features mpg movies

New Air Taxi Service @ Teterboro
Linear Air offers passengers convenient, low-hassle flights between Massachusetts and NJ/NY area via Teterboro on an eight-seat executive Cessna Caravan. Fare is $199 each way. Baggage is not screened. Passengers do not pass through metal detectors.  There is no cockpit door.  Currently there is one plane daily with 5 more expected by the end of next year and 15 to follow. [More info]

7th Annual Teterboro 5k Run

The 7th Annual Fleet Teterboro Airport 5k Run was held Saturday, July 17 at 8:30 a.m. starting at the Jet Aviation facility.   Teterboro Airport suspended flight operations for about 30 minutes.  Over 700 runners ran up and down the main runway at Teterboro Airport for the 5k (3.1 mile) course.  "Mini-flyer Dashes" (25-200 yards) were held for children 2 through 12 following the main run.

The event raised over $30,000 for the health and wellness programs funded by Bergen County's United Way, bringing the seven-year total to almost $170,000 (net) raised.

7th Annual Teterboro 5K Run, Saturday July 17, 2004 at 8:30 a.m.
2004 [Race Preparations][The Race][Big photos of start][Post Race]
Mpeg Movies @1 meg [Start 1][Start 2]    @500k[Finish 1][Finish 2][Finish 3][Finish 4]
@500k [Kid's 1][Kid's 2][Kid's 3][Kid's 4]


Teterboro Airport Air Traffic Map
A group funded by major airlines and with $260,000 from the Port Authority, the Aviation Development Council has installed real time flight information for Teterboro, Newark, Kennedy and LaGuardia on the web. Aircraft silhouettes move on an on-screen map -- clicking the icon provides plane type and altitude. There is a 10 minute delay for security reasons -- but a replay feature allows viewers to identify noisy planes. [Click here] for real time Teterboro Airport air traffic map [More details]

Runway incursions report
Reported runway incursions (when an aircraft gets too close to another plane, vehicle or person on the runway) at Teterboro Airport are: (2003 -1), (2002 - 4), (2001 - 1) and (2000 - 4). According to the FAA about 55% are caused by pilots, 25% by controllers and 20% vehicles. Source: The Record, February 15, 2004

Angel Flight NE Gets $5,000
Teterboro Airport Manager Lanny Rider and Air Services Development Office Program Manager Helene Gibbs presented a $5,000 check to Angel Flight NE director and volunteer pilot John Rochelle at a TANAAC (Teterboro Airport Noise Abatement Advisory Committee) meeting held on January 28, 2004. TANAAC is a committee of mayors, state and federal legislators and airport businesses meets quarterly to discuss airport issues.

Bush OK's Weight Limits At Teterboro

On December 17 at 1:30 p.m., the NJ Aviation Hall of Fame, (with the Hudson Valley Stamp and Historical Society) -- held a special ceremony commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Wright Brothers first sustained powered flight.  The Postal Service  set up a temporary post office where the Wright Brothers stamp was unveiled, and a special pictorial cancellation "The First Powered Flight" was issued.  [Story & photos]

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"The Wright Stuff"
Teterboro Airport celebrates 100 years of aviation.  [Index] to about 200 photos and movies of the Wright "B" Flyer being assembled in Teterboro Airport during Memorial Day Weekend for the historic 1909 re-enactment flight around the Statue of Liberty.


PA chair tells FAA head --
heavier planes have no place at Teterboro Airport
October 30, 2003 -- Port Authority Chairman Anthony R. Coscia told Federal Aviation Administrator that the Port Authority will continue to fight the FAA’s proposed policy that would force planes as large as Boeing 737s to land at Teterboro Airport. [Story]

FAA proposes lifting 100,000 pound limit

Assemblywoman Rose Marie Heck held  a public meeting July 28, 2003 [Details w/photos]

Heck sends 4,000 signatures to FAA opposing plans to increase aircraft size -- August 14, 2003

Sample letter to FAA in Word format -- Due August 15, 2003

Congressman Steve Rothman's [Press release] July 24, 2003

PA to fight FAA [Press release in Word format] July 31, 2003

PA girding for battle over 737s at Teterboro [Record story] July 30, 2003

PA Says No [Press release in Word format] August 19, 2003

PA Chair says "No Heavier Jets Using Teterboro" [Record] August 24, 2003

FAA comments:  Due by August 15, 2003
Weight Based Restrictions at Airport; Proposed policy -- request for comments Federal Register, July 1, 2003 Notices [pdf]

6th Annual Teterboro 5k Run

The 6th Annual Fleet Teterboro Airport 5k Run was held Saturday, July 19 at 8:30 a.m. at the Jet Aviation facility.   Teterboro Airport suspended flight operations for about 30 minutes.  Over 800 runners chased a "pace plane" up and down the main runway at Teterboro Airport for the 5k (3.1 mile) course.  "Mini-flyer Dashes" were held for children 2 through 12 following the main run.

This year the event was the 2003 USATF-NJ Masters Men's 5k Championship race and included over $3,000 in total prize money.  The event featured over $12,000 in random raffle prizes.

2003 Photos [Race preparation] [The Race] [Big photo of line up] [Kid's "Mini-flyer Dashes]
Mpeg Movies [Race Start -1.3 meg] [Runners finishing #1 -1 meg][Runners finishing #2 -1 meg]
Teterboro 5K Run Official Web-site

ASDO Seminar
ASDO sponsored a free sales seminar "Networking = Business Success"
at the Hasbrouck Heights Holiday Inn on Friday, May 2. [Story & Photos]

Open Cockpit Day
Four year old Katelyn was our "Tour Guide" during the Aviation Hall of Fame's Open Cockpit Day held April 26, 2003 at Teterboro Airport. The Museum opened the cockpits of selected aircraft for visitors of all ages to sit in and pretend to fly.    [Story]

New Charter Service Begins
On March 3, 2003 Indigo launches daily round trip public charters between Chicago Midway and New York/New Jersey Teterboro Airport.  Round-trip fares are about $1,500. Indigo flys out of its own facility at Chicago's Midway Airport (MDW), and out of Jet Aviation Teterboro (TEB), just 7 miles from Manhattan.

Indigo operates a fleet of Embraer 135 Business Jets configured with 16 executive-style seats.    Indigo jets fly at the same altitudes and speeds as larger commercial jets. Flights are crewed with a captain and first officer. Each jet has a large lavatory located in the rear of the cabin.

Up to 3 pieces of luggage/items are allowed plus carry-on. Indigo follows the commercial aviation standards for size and weight for luggage. To book reservations call 1-877-4INDIGO (1-877-446-3446) or go online at

Indigo Press Releases
Announcing New Charter Service [2/26/03]
Accepting New Embraer Aircraft  [2/06/03]

What is a "public charter"?
A public charter is a convenient, long-standing form of service authority authorized by the U.S. Department of Transportation that allows individual passengers to share chartered aircraft flying between cities on a frequent and regular basis. Indigo, LLC is a public charter operator (charterer); Indigo’s sister company, AirServ Inc, is the certificated air carrier operating the aircraft.

[More] About the Embraer Corporate Jets
Link to manufacturer:


Santa Arrives by Helicopter
Santa arrived via helicopter at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday  Dec. 14, 2002.  Santa and his elves then rode  in the back of a military duce and a half to the Aviation Hall of Fame where they met and greeted all of the children with candy and small presents.  This annual event is sponsored by the NJ Aviation Hall of Fame at Teterboro Airport. [Photos]


PA Donates $50,000
A $50,000 donation from the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey was recived toward the purchase of a new firetruck for the Moonachie Fire Department.  With its newest pumper trucks currently 12 and 20 years old and its aerial truck 26 years old, the Moonachie Fire Department will be welcoming the arrival next summer of a new Pierce Mfg. Co. pumper truck, its purchase awarded last week for the bid price of $334,275. [Story]


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Tri-State Aviation Expo 2002
Teterboro Airport, August 16 & 17, 2002  -- Sponsored by The NJ Aviation Hall of Fame

The Tri-State Aviation Expo was the first event of its kind in the NYC area. It's purpose was to bring all aspects of aviation together under one roof, pilots, aviation businesses, aviation enthusiasts, model builders, computer flight simmers, and collectors of aviation memorabilia.
Expo Photos  [General][Models][Kitty Hawk Flyer][Trucks & Cars]


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Teterboro Air Crash Kills Pilot
March 9, 2002 [Photos & Story]

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Corporate flights return

Restrictions at a largely grounded Teterboro were eased early October 2001 allowing some planes to fly.   The FAA has reduced the 25-mile no-fly zone around Kennedy Airport to 18 miles. Pilots trained only in visual flight rules were permitted to move their planes to other general aviation airports.[More]

Air fouled
An inconclusive 48-hour study prepared by Environ International Corp. (Princeton & Groton, MA) was issued October 4, 2001. It recommended that a more comprehensive analysis by done over a one year period.   Local air contains high levels of chemicals benzene, toluene and butadiene which are commonly found in fuels. The dilemma is that Teterboro Airport is near major highways, which may contribute to the pollution. The report said it could not separate jet fuel emission from auto emissions. .[More]


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Wings & Wheels Expo 2001
Teterboro Airport, June 2d & 3rd, 2001
Sponsored by The Aviation Hall of Fame & Museum of New Jersey
[General & Military] [B-17 Yankee Lady][DC-4 Spirit of Freedom]
[Various Aircraft] [Antique Cars]


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Rally to oppose Teterboro Airport
Thursday, June 7, 5:30 p.m.. over 400 assembled
at Boswell Engineering, Phillips Ave., S. Hackensack and walked
to Teterboro Airport.  Sponsored by: The Coalition for Public
Health & Safety -- the 12 surrounding communities
that contributed $5000 for study.
[Event photos][More photos]

Teterboro Airport foes plan big protest [Record, June 6, 2001]
400 rally to close Teterboro Airport [Record, June 8, 2001]
Protesters call for Teterboro’s closure [Shopper News, June 13, 2001]

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Aviation Links

Catalogue of previous Teterboro News Clips (aviation)
Teterboro Airport [Port Authority  Summary]

Teterboro Airport Operations

Official PA Teterboro Web-site []
Port Authority  []
AirNav Teterboro Listing []
FAA [] Note: drill down here for real-time field conditions

Fixed Based Operators
Atlantic Aviation []
First Aviation Services Inc. []
Jet Aviation []
Million Air []
Signature Flight Services []

Other TEB

TEB/MDW commuter $629 --
Aviation Hall of Fame []
Paramus Flying Club w/extensive links [Weather][Aviation]
Dassault Falcon Jet []
Assorted photos collected off the web [Photos]
Teterboro noise complaint line -- Call 201-288-8828
Teterboro School of Aeronautics
ASDO --Airport Services Development Office

Other NJ Aviation Related
The Aviation Home Page
NJ Aviation [Links page]

FAA Complaints:
Phone: 201-393-6700
Mail: Flight Standard District Office, 150 Fred Wehren Drive, Teterboro, NJ  07608 Attn: Fred Stein

Other NJ Airports Citizens Groups
[Stop Expansion] of Solberg-Hunterdon Airport
NJ Coaliton Against Aircraft Noise [Link]
People Limiting Airport Noise and Expansion [Link]
Quieter Environment Through Sound Thinking [Link]

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