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Central Jersey Regional Airport, United States

Central Jersey Regional Airport is an airport in the region of New Jersey in United States. Find all facts and information about Central Jersey Regional Airport.

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Name: Central Jersey Regional Airport (Central Jersey Regional Airport)
Status: Airport
Country: United States
Continent: North America

Central Jersey Regional Airport is located in the region of New Jersey. New Jersey's capital Trenton (Trenton) is approximately 36 km / 23 mi away from Central Jersey Regional Airport (as the crow flies). The distance from Central Jersey Regional Airport to United States's capital Washington, D.C. (Washington, D.C.) is approximately 277 km / 172 mi (as the crow flies).

Facts and figures about Central Jersey Regional Airport
AirportStatusCodeRegion
Central Jersey Regional Airport Central Jersey Regional AirportAirportJVINew Jersey New Jersey

Map of Central Jersey Regional Airport

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Information on Central Jersey Regional Airport

Information on Central Jersey Regional Airport
Airport nameCodeRegion name Level 1CountryContinent
Central Jersey Regional Airport Central Jersey Regional AirportJVINew Jersey New JerseyUnited StatesNorth America

Time in Central Jersey Regional Airport

Time in Central Jersey Regional Airport
Current timeSummer time (DST)Standard timeCurrent timezone offsetTimezone
Thu, 19 Oct 2017 - 5:56pmIn effect (+1 hour)Thu, 19 Oct 2017 - 4:56pmGMT UTC -4.0America/New_York

Latitude & Longitude of Central Jersey Regional Airport

Latitude & Longitude of Central Jersey Regional Airport
PositionLatitude (width)Longitude (length)
Show on map40°31'28.2"N (40.5245000°)74°35'53.5"W (-74.5982000°)

External sources of information on Central Jersey Regional Airport

Central Jersey Regional Airport on Wikipedia