February 11, 2016

Harrietstown, N.Y. – The Adirondack Regional Airport is pleased to announce the launch of its new, independent website as a resource for private and commercial airline customers and pilots flying to and from the full service airport located in the heart of the Adirondacks.

The new website,features three main navigation sections with resources about commercial air service, private aircraft services and regional visitor information.

Commercial air service is currently provided by Cape Air, and the website provides schedules, information and booking links for daily flights between Boston’s Logan International Airport and the Adirondacks.

The Adirondack Regional Airport is owned and operated by the Town of Harrietstown, N.Y. Prior to the launch, the airport’s online presence was limited to a page on the Town’s website.

Airport Manager Corey Hurwitch led the new website project. “This new online presence should help to enhance the promotion of the airport to both private pilots and charter flights,” said Hurwitch. “We offer a great deal of services to aircraft traveling to the Adirondacks, from ample, heated hangar space to tie downs to great home cooking at the Cavu Cafe.”

With the longest runway in the Adirondacks, and an all-weather instrument aircraft landing system, the airport can accommodate aircraft up to and including the Boeing 757.

Airport management is continually working to enhance commercial service to better meet the business and air travel needs of the region.

Visit the Adirondack Regional Airport’s new website at for more information.