Airports, airplane museums and space centers from around the world.|
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|Airport near to Medellin||06/07/2007||486|
|Airport near to Cali||06/07/2007||443|
|This one is Dijon Longvic.||06/05/2007||565|
|With censoring similar to that in the Netherlands, this French AFB (Frescaty) is censored.||06/04/2007||792|
|Airport of Tasiilaq (Ammassalik).Planes used are Dash-7 and by heicopter to Tasiilaq.||06/04/2007||950|
|Or Constable Pynt Airport is the airport of Ittoqqortoormiit (Scoresbysund). Planes (Dash-7) lands here and people are flewn to Ittoqqortoormiit by helicopter.||06/04/2007||897|
|Airport of the capital Nuuk.||06/04/2007||2,055|
|During World War II|
The Airfield at Narsarsuaq was first built by The American Department of Defense (then known as the War Department) as an army airbase. Construction began in July 1941, and the first aircraft landed in January 1942. The airbase with the code name "Bluie West One" had during World War II squadrons of PBY Catalinas and B-25 Mitchells with the assignment to esc...
|Main airport of Greenland in the bottom of the Fjord of the same name, also called Sondre Stromfjord.|
1941 the US Airforce build a landing strip here for planes going to raids in Europe. 1960 it was opened as public airport too. 1992 the US forces left the base and it was handed over to the authorities of Greenland.
|Seething airfield was built in 1942-43 by John Laing & Son Ltd., to the standard Class A requirement for heavy bombers, the airfield had a main runway 6,000 ft. long aligned SW-NE and two secondary runways of 4,200 ft in length. The encircling perimeter track was three miles long. To meet USAAF requirements, there were fifty-one hardstands both of the loop and frying-pan type and two T-2 hangar...||05/31/2007||606|
|This is the Tyndall Air Force Base or, Tyndall AFB. Did you know over a thousand out of five-thousand people work for the Air Force?||05/24/2007||841|
|Gimpo International Airport (Hangul: 김포국제공항; Hanja:金浦國際空港; Revised Romanization of Korean: Gimpo Gukje Gonghang; McCune-Reischauer: Kimp'o Kukche Konghang), commonly known as Gimpo Airport (IATA: GMP, ICAO: RKSS) (formerly Kimpo International Airport), is located in the far western end of Seoul and was the main ...||05/14/2007||698|
|Savatiya (also Kotlas South, Savati, or Savvatiya) (ICAO: ULKS) is an air base in Arkhangelsk Oblast, Russia located 32 km south of Kotlas. It is a small interceptor airfield. It was home to 445 IAP (445th Interceptor Aviation Regiment) which received Tupolev Tu-128 (Fiddler) aircraft in 1967, MiG-25 aircraft by the late 1970s, and MiG-31 by the 1990s. It is also listed as being home to 458 IAP...||05/11/2007||1,420|
|Belaya (ICAO: UIIB) is a significant strategic air base in Irkutsk Oblast, Russia located 18 km northwest of Usolye-Sibirskoye and 85 km northwest of Irkutsk. It features significant tarmac space and 38 bomber revetments. |
In 1954 Belaya was used as a staging base for Tupolev Tu-4 aircraft sent to China to observe American fusion bomb tests in the Pacific, but the runway was unpa...
|An undated Navy aerial photo showing Chambers Field at the top left, the new East Field at the bottom center, and the seaplane base at the top right.||05/04/2007||761|
|The McGuire BOMARC site measures approximately 2,500' long by 1,800' wide. It was built with a total of 56 individual BOMARC A missile launch buildings, and an additional 28 individual BOMARC B missile launch buildings. The McGuire BOMARC site was activated in 1959, and was manned by the 46th Air Defense Missile Squadron. It was initially armed with the first-generation IM-99A missile, and was ...||05/03/2007||1,540|
|Marine Corps Air Station Tustin is a former United States Marine Corps air station, located in Tustin, California. |
The Air Station was established in 1942 as Santa Ana Naval Air Station, a base for airship operations in support of the United States Navy's coastal patrol efforts during World War II. NAS Santa Ana was decommissioned in 1949. In 1951, the facility was reactivated t...
|A November 25 1948 USDA aerial photo of Osceola NOLF.||04/27/2007||373|
|A 3/17/47 aerial photo of Showalter Airpark.||04/27/2007||294|
|Air strip in Syria with many camoflauge rooftops. They look like the desert ground.||04/27/2007||894|
|Its pretty new||04/18/2007||818|
|This airport is an international so it goes anywhere you want in the US.|
|The Air Force Base in Fürstenfeldbruck, Germany. The place of the dramatic scenes from the attempt to rescue the hostages in 1972 at the olympic games in Munich, Germany. Today the officer cadet school of the german air force takes place.||04/10/2007||508|
|They’re milestones of postwar aircraft development, gems that look as if they had yet to see their maiden flight. But the DC-6B and the Corsair in question have already logged several thousand flight hours. They had the good fortune to have been discovered by the airplane enthusiasts of the Flying Bulls, who are dedicated to preserving historic airplanes and allowing them to fly once more. This...||04/06/2007||822|
|This essential facility allowed NASA to train Apollo astronauts to fly in a simulated lunar environment. Neil Armstrong, Edwin Aldrin and 22 other astronauts used the facility to practice piloting problems they would encounter in the last 150 feet of descent to the surface of the moon. It was built in 1965 and was basically an A-frame structure with a gantry used to manipulate a full-scale Luna...||04/04/2007||561|