Airports, airplane museums and space centers from around the world.|
| ||Name||Rating||Date Added||Downloads|| |
|This one is in Pompano Beach. Unfortunately no blimp but you can read Good-Year on the sides of the hangar.||10/28/2007||407|
|Disused RAF base at Rissington in Cotswolds, was for some years Red Arrows Training base||10/28/2007||356|
|Large disused airfield at Davidstow, North Cornwall||10/27/2007||802|
|Weston on the Green parachute school between Banbury and Oxford||10/26/2007||402|
|Coast Guard Station and Air Station San Diego, CA.|
Aircraft must cross the roadway to get to the airport
|The Michael Army Air Field at Dugway Proving Grounds, Utah, USA is considered by many to be the "new Area 51," replacing Groom Lake, Nevada as the location of the US Military's top secret research facility.||10/23/2007||1,152|
|This airfield with 3 dummy planes is a part of the shooting range of the danish airforce.|
The danish airforce but also other NATO airforces use this area.
When practice take place it's announced in the media and people are welcome to see the planes attack.
|Originally built in 1957 as a hardened PACCS bunker as an extension of Westover AFB, MA. Originally designed to be a TOP SECRET nuclear bomb proof SAC Command Post, but replaced with a more suitable, much more spacious command post some distance from here. |
Originally it was thought that the Soviets would not be able to reach into the U.S. to this distance with anything more then...
|The Boeing YAL-1 Airborne Laser (ABL) weapons system is a megawatt-class chemical oxygen iodine laser (COIL) mounted inside a modified Boeing 747-400F. It is primarily designed to destroy tactical ballistic missiles (TBMs), similar to the Scud, while in boost phase. The laser has been test fired in flight, though it wasn't being aimed at anything. The Airborne Laser aircraft was designated YAL-...||10/13/2007||685|
|"Blue Tail Flies" are part of the 86th AW at Ramstein AB, Germany; belongs to the 3rd Air Force. They've been flying C-130s since October 1966 after being activated at Langley AFB, VA under the 316th TCW. In October 1975 they moved to Pope AFB, NC assigned to the 317 TAW. In October 1977, the 37th moved to Rhein-Main AB, GE and the 435th TAW. In 1994, they transferred to their present home at R...||10/01/2007||450|
|These are the remains of the former airfield of Avedore.|
It was opened 1917 and was the beginning of the danish airforce. It was danish airfield until 1940 whe the german occupation began. The germans took most items with them to their airfield Vaerlose NW of Copenhagen. 1945 it was all over.
Today only 2 wooden hangars remains, the oldest in the world. The 10 smal...
|23 choppers at thus helicopter base near Madrid. ||09/24/2007||484|
|These hangars are made for gliders.||09/12/2007||313|
|Austin- Bergstrom Airport. A runway closed and under repair. Hopefully not on a current flight plan.||09/11/2007||497|
|View the location of over 800 foreign military bases and installations from outer space, and zoom in to see behind the fence of any of them. ||09/05/2007||2,747|
| Flying M ranch owned by Barron Hilton - grandpa of Paris and Nicky|
|Courchevel's airport has a certain degree of infamy in the aviation industry as home to one of the shortest runways in the world, with a length of 525 metres and a gradient of 18.5% in order to help slow landing aircraft.|
This airport was used in the opening scene of the James Bond movie "Tomorrow Never Dies" with Pierce Brosnan.
Video from YouTube:
|The former Michigan Air Force Base located just to the southeast of Marquette in the Upper Penninsula(UP) of Michigan.||08/31/2007||726|
|This is the BATTLE CREEK regional Airport. Now closed to the public, it is used for flight training.||08/29/2007||439|
|Here are all airfields (not airports) in Denmark located. Some are shown by GE directly but wrong placed.|
Most are public but some are private.
|Eugenio María de Hostos Airport (IATA: MAZ, ICAO: TJMZ, FAA LID: MAZ) is a small public airport located four miles north of the central business district of Mayagüez, Puerto Rico. The airport, named after the celebrated Mayagüez native Eugenio Maria de Hostos, covers 172 acres and has one runway. It offers limited commercial service, subsidized by the Essential Air Service program.|
|Fernando Luis Ribas Dominicci Airport (IATA: SIG, ICAO: TJIG, FAA LID: SIG), also commonly known as Isla Grande Airport, is a small airport in San Juan, about 5 minutes by air and 15 minutes by car from Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport. It is adjacent to the new Puerto Rico Convention Center, the San Juan bay, and the Pan American Cruise Ship Terminal, and overlooks Cataño.|
|Antonio Rivera Rodríguez Airport (IATA: VQS, ICAO: TJVQ, FAA LID: VQS) is a small commercial air facility on the island of Vieques, Puerto Rico. Because a large amount of Vieques' yearly revenue comes from the tourism industry, this small airport plays an important part in Vieques' economic outlook.|
The airport has been for decades the hub of Vieques Air Link, and also a landing ...
|Benjamín Rivera Noriega Airport (IATA: CPX, ICAO: TJCP, FAA LID: CPX) is a public airport located on the island of Culebra in Puerto Rico.|
Benjamin Rivera Noriega Airport covers an area of 15 acres (6 ha) which contains one runway (13/31) measuring 2,600 x 50 ft. (792 x 15 m).
For 12-month period ending March 16, 1998, the airport had 36,322 aircraft operations, an...