Kingsford Smith

Kingsford Smith can refer to:

  • Sydney Airport, the primary commercial airport serving Sydney, Australia
  • Charles Kingsford Smith (1897–1935), an early Australian aviation pioneer, after whom Sydney Airport is named
  • Division of Kingsford Smith, an Australian electoral division in the state of New South Wales

Other articles related to "kingsford smith, smith, kingsford":

Auster Autocar - Variants
... Auster J/5G Super Autocar One J/5G converted in Australia by Kingsford Smith Aviation Services with a 225hp (168kW) Continental O-470 engine ... Kingsford Smith Bushmaster An Auster J/5G conversion in Australia by Kingsford Smith Aviation Services, fitted with a 180hp (134kW) Lycoming O-360 engine, constant speed propeller ...
Second Sydney Airport
... Airport is an ongoing proposition for another airport to supplement or replace the existing Kingsford Smith Airport in Sydney, Australia ... Since the construction of Kingsford Smith, aviation in Sydney has grown significantly ... Almost half of all scheduled flights in Australia land or take off at Kingsford Smith, and the airport dealt with 45% of international passengers in 1998 ...
Smithy (1946 Film) - Production - Shooting
... CAC Boomerang was used in flying sequences for Kingsford Smith's Lady Southern Cross Lockheed Altair ... Two former co-pilots of Kinsgord-Smith, P.G ... Hughes plays himself as a younger man interviewing Kingsford-Smith ...
Southern Cross Drive, Canberra
... The road is named after the aircraft flown by Sir Charles Kingsford Smith ... Sir Kingsford Smith also has the nearby "Kingsford Smith Drive" named after him ...

Famous quotes containing the word smith:

    Tasting of the sweet damp woods and of the rain one inch above the meadow:

    It was like feasting upon air.
    —William Jay Smith (b. 1918)