A Polish designed and built short-takeoff-and-landing (STOL) Civil Aviation utility aircraft pieced back together at Border Air.
Czech cropduster turns seaplane. A strange variant of an odd aircraft.
Yugoslav military training and light attack aircraft from the 1950s gets restored in Vermont
Prototype built for the experimental market in the U.S.
Soviet Warbird finds new life in American skies after an overhaul in Vermont
by Edward F . Knapp, Director Vermont Aeronautics Commission
Vermont Life Magazine – Volume 1 Number 1
LYNDON — A 1971 Cessna 172 airplane was destroyed by fire shortly after landing at the Caledonia Regional Airport.
St. Johnsbury, Vermont — An area physician who has twice used his own small airplane to fly severely injured persons to Boston at night for highly sophisticated, emergency medical treatment has been honored for outstanding public service.
Robert Weymouth, Maine’s famous “Flying Farmer” had performed several times at the Lyndon VT airfield.
April 19, 1993 — Caledonia-Record — Pilot Anne Mercer at the Caledonia County State Airport with a Mooney aircraft similar to her own.