Rhode Island Airport Locations – 1932
Below is a list of active airports in the state of Rhode Island in 1932, according to a state highway map issued by the state. All but two of them are now defunct. Those still in use are #5, Rhode Island State Airport, (Today known as T. F. Green Airport), and #9, Newport Airport, in Middletown, R.I.
#4 was called the Providence Airport, but it was actually located in Seekonk, Massachusetts.
Absent from this list is the Smithfield Airport, which was located on property now occupied by Bryant University, and RICON Airport, located in Coventry, Rhode Island, near the Connecticut boarder. (RICON Airport is still in use.)
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