Airports, airplane museums and space centers from around the world.|
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|Main Biz-jet airport for London and site of the SBAC airshow||08/31/2005||407|
|Location of Blackbushe airport, used by Biz jets visiting Farnborough and people for the large Sunday Market||08/31/2005||242|
|The seaplane airport north of Anchorage International Airport is said to be the world´s busiest seaplane port.|
There is one seaplane taking off (already posted here) plus dozens of seaplanes parked in the northern and north-eastern part of the lake as well as on solid ground to the south-west
|Elmendorf US Air Force Base at Anchorage Alaska. |
There are 23 F-15s parked outside plus a couple of other planes. Very good resolution.
|This is Luke Air Force Base Auxilary Landing Field. |
Luke was the largest fighter training base is the country for half a century. 50 years ago before this area was populated, Luke used these fields to practice emergency landings and such. The fields are simply gravel, in a triangle shape to alow for unpowered landings depending on which way the wind is blowing.
|Aeroporto de Campo de Marte (Campo de Marte Airport): used to little planes and helicopters||08/30/2005||323|
|International Airport, Buffalo, New York.||08/30/2005||363|
|Le Bourget is a former airport converted into a museum (the air and space museum)dedicated to all the flying machines. It's also the place where the international Paris air show takes place.||08/30/2005||377|
|The airport is located 12 kilometers east of the city center||08/30/2005||367|
|Edmonton's International Airport has an unusual but very nice layout -- the runways are almost exactly due north-east and south-east.||08/29/2005||390|
|Calgary´s International Airport. There is also an Aerospace Museum just south of it. Good resolution!|
More official info here:
|Villacoublay military airport specialized in ministerial and presidential air links||08/29/2005||398|
|Home of the 14th wing of the spanish army, now housing some c101 & old Mirage F-1, soon home of some eurofighter.||08/29/2005||473|
|1 out of 3 strategic missile bases in the United States. The facilities are equipped with "Minuteman III" intercontinental missiles.||08/29/2005||2,565|
|This is the Denver International Airport in Colorado.
|Winter Haven Airport in Winter Haven, Florida. It says so, right there on the ground -- you can read it.||08/29/2005||390|
|Several fighter planes and a strange cross below the shadow of a plane on the runway.||08/29/2005||719|
|First occupied by Gala Amusement Park, the site was turned into a 105-acre private flying field in 1929. Ground was broken on September 9, 1937 for a new airport, which was built jointly by the City of New York and the Federal Works Progress Administration. |
New York City Municipal Airport was dedicated on October 15, 1939. On November 2, 1939, the name was changed to New York Municipal ...
|Atizapan de Zaragoza Airport, near Mexico City.||08/26/2005||286|
|This is the airport at Toluca. There are several interesting looking aircraft on the apron, as old as DC-3's||08/26/2005||283|
|Santa Lucia Air Force Base in Mexico||08/26/2005||342|
|Airport and Planes at ASL (Aircraft Services Lemwerder) near Bremen/Germany - Working for European Aeronautic Defence and Space Agency (EADS)||08/26/2005||416|
|This is an overlay of Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam, with a higher resolution.||08/26/2005||1,212|
|This is the airport of the Estonian capital, Tallinn.||08/26/2005||520|