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|Overlay of the Pescara GP track. Host to the Formula 1 race only once, in 1957, won by Stirling Moss||10/02/2006||1,192|
|A civil airport and airforce hight school in Tunisia||07/19/2006||608|
|The airport is available for national and international VFR civil air traffic with all types of aircraft up to 6000 kg AUW and gliders.|
Runway: RWY27/09, 730 m x 27 m asphalt
|RAF Woolsington opened as a civil airport in July 1935 and was requisitioned by the Royal Air Force on the outbreak of World War II. It served at various times as a satellite of both RAF Acklington and RAF Ouston but saw little operational flying. |
Today it's Newcastle Airport.
|This airport is located at 6 Kms of Aix. Mixed traffic- Civil and military||12/15/2005||272|
|Archerfield Airport, Brisbane, Australia. Built in the 1930's and used by Quantas and the other major airlines, during WW2 it was used as a military air base. Today it is used mainly for civil aviation.||10/23/2005||392|
|Civil airport in Bari||10/28/2005||240|
|Fort Ward is a former Union Army installation now located in the city of Alexandria in the U.S. state of Virginia. It was the fifth largest fort built to defend Washington, D.C. in the American Civil War. It is currently well-preserved with 90-95% of its earthen walls intact. |
The fort is now a part of the City of Alexandria's 45-acre (18-ha) Fort Ward Mueseum and Historic Site a...
|Schiphol began as a military airfield in 1916 in the midst of World War One, when aviation became a major part of modern warfare. In 1920, as Europe entered peacetime, the airport became a civil aviation airport, leading to the first KLM flight taking place in the same year. Amsterdam hosted the 1928 Olympic Games, which prompted the City of Amsterdam to take over airport operations from the Mi...||12/20/2009||773|
|Baghdad International Airport (IATA: SDA, ICAO: ORBI) (Arabic: مطار بغداد الدولي; formerly Saddam International Airport) is Iraq's largest airport, located in a suburb about 16 km (10 miles) west of Baghdad.|
Before the 2003 invasion of Iraq, the airport was named Saddam International Airport...
|Ellington Field (EFD) is a joint use civil/military airport. Acquired by the City of Houston in 1984, Ellington now supports the operations of the United States military, NASA, Continental Express, United Parcel Service and general aviation. The airport is home to the largest flying club in Texas and is the site of the annual Wings Over Houston Airshow. ||02/22/2006||431|
|Civil plane approaching to Arlanda Airport||08/26/2010||351|