Quonset State Airport is one of Rhode Island's best kept secrets. Approaching from the south, one encounters great views of the beautiful Narragansett Bay along with Block Island, Newport, and the sprawling shore line that gives Rhode Island the nickname, “The Ocean State”. From the North, you'll fly over Providence, the Renaissance City. The airport, home to both the Air National Guard and Army National Guard, accommodates all types of aircraft, from war birds and single engine aircraft to personal and business jets. The airport's close proximity to Newport, downtown Providence, Foxwood and Mohegan Sun Casinos, and Boston make it an attractive and convenient hub for both passengers and crew.
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