Faa Lid

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South Carolina World War II Army Airfields - Major Airfields - AAF Training Command - AAF Contract Flying Schools
... Now Greenville Downtown Airport (IATA GMU, ICAO KGMU, FAA LID GMU) Palmer Field, 2.8 miles (4.5 km) west of Bennettsville Georgia Air Service, Inc Southeastern Air Service, Inc ... Now Marlboro County Jetport (IATA BTN, ICAO KBBP, FAA LID BBP) Hawthorne School of Aeronautics, 5 miles (8.0 km) south of Orangeburg Free French Air Force ...
California World War II Army Airfields - Major Airfields - AAF Training Command - AAF Contract Flying Schools
... Eagle Field, 7 miles (11 km) southeast of Dos Palos (FAA LID CL01) Operated by Coast Aviation Corporation Known sub-bases and auxiliaries Hammond ... by Ryan School of Aeronautics Now Hemet-Ryan Airport (FAA LID HMT) Known sub-bases and auxiliaries Banning Auxiliary Field Highland Auxiliary Field Ryan ...
Lake Hood Strip
... Lake Hood Strip (FAA LID Z41) is a state-owned public-use general aviation airstrip adjacent to the Lake Hood Seaplane Base (ICAO PALH, FAA LID LHD), three miles (5 km) southwest of downtown Anchorage in the ... The airport code (FAA LID Z41) will be decommissioned and combined with (ICAO PALH, FAA LID LHD) as another landing surface ...
List Of Airports In The Tampa Bay Area - General Aviation Airports
... Crystal River Airport (ICAO KCGC, FAA LID CGC) is in Crystal River ... Hernando County Airport (ICAO KBKV, FAA LID BKV) is located near Brooksville ... Lake Wales Municipal Airport (FAA LID X07) is in Lake Wales ...
Lake Hood Seaplane Base
... Lake Hood Seaplane Base (ICAO PALH, FAA LID LHD) is a state-owned seaplane base located three nautical miles (6 km) southwest of the central business district of Anchorage in the U.S ... The Lake Hood Strip (FAA LID Z41) is a gravel runway located adjacent to the seaplane base ... The airport code (FAA LID Z41) will be decommissioned and combined with (ICAO PALH, FAA LID LHD) as another landing surface ...

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