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Wednesday, July 17, 2024


PA Bound Plane Makes Emergency Landing at Cape May County Airport


By Harry B. Scheeler Jr.

ERMA– A single engine Piper PA-28 Cherokee made an emergency landing on Tuesday, May 11 at 3:16 p.m., at the Cape May County airport.
The plane registered to Barbee Executive Management in Voorhees was en-route to the North East Philadelphia airport from the Accomack County airport in Melfa, VA when the pilot reported engine trouble and diverted to the Cape May County airport.
The Erma fire department and Lower Township Rescue Squad were dispatched to the runway.
No injuries were reported to the pilot who was the only person on board.
The aircraft taxied to Big Sky Aviation under its own power for repairs.

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