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Linden Air Services

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From Terry Riney on 07-Nov-2019

 
  Perfect stop for going downtown NYC. Charged $20 for landing fee on my T210. Fuel is high, but it's NJ. First desk guy was great, departing guy wouldn't get off his cell phone. He fueled my plane while shouldering his cell phone talking to an X-girl friend. Conversation continued through the credit card check out. He never said a word to me. Extremely unprofessional, but again, you get what you get in NJ. Update on the tie down ropes, they are still the worst. I almost couldn't get untied because of the shoddy ropes. I'd go back, but only because of the easy in and out to the city.
 
From Dave Touretzky on 24-Nov-2018

 
  The line guys are great, but management is awful. Expensive fees: $35 landing and $50/day parking for a light twin. Tiedown ropes so ratty they fell apart in my hand. And what kind of an FBO doesn't have a coffee machine? If they're going to charge Signature-level prices they should be providing Signature-level services.
 
From Ken Chatham on 04-Jun-2018

 
  Super helpful people and convenient! Like most people, I wanted to know how to get into New York City from here. What I found out that worked was taking Uber/Lyft to Linden train station ($12) and train into Penn Station, which puts you in downtown Manhattan (roughly $8 or $9). Nice 40-minute train ride.
 
 
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