As a pilot, a specific interest of mine has consistently been the neglected runways that spot the scene of quite a bit of this country.
Both for their potential well-being worth to a pilot in a crisis, furthermore, for their occasionally intriguing history, this specific theme has consistently held my interest.
At the point when I'm a traveler on business flights,
I've generally wound up peering out the window, continually searching for runways beneath.
At the point when I fly as a pilot myself, I've generally attempted to land at however many air terminals as could be expected under the circumstances,
to find out somewhat about everyone. Since this webpage was first put on the web in quite a while, prevalence has developed hugely.
That has made it frequently surpass data transfer capacity constraints set by the organization which I pay to have on the web.
On the off chance that the complete amount of material on this site is to keep on developing,
it will require steadily expanding subsidizing to pay its costs. Along these lines, I demand monetary commitments from site guests, to help settle the expanding expenses of the site also, guarantee that it keeps on being accessible and developing.
What might you pay for a decent avionics magazine or a decent flight book?
Remarks about my page? Data you might want to contribute?
Contact the creator at: [email protected]
If you have pictures or other chronicled data to help recount the account of these runways, kindly send them.
If you have photos to share, a couple of solicitations:
JPG design normally works the best.
Higher goal photographs are for the most part better.
If it's not too much trouble, determine the year the image was taken, and the photographic artist (if you realize that data).
Different things which can be utilized to grow the site's inclusion:
If you have things, for example, these, and would consider giving them to the site,
kindly contact the creator at: [email protected]
www.airforcebase.net - Scott's USAF Installation Page.
www.airfieldsdatabase.com - David Brooks' detailed archive of information on southwestern airfields.
http://www.aahs-online.org/ - American Aviation Historical Society
On account of all who have upheld the site with chronicled material and monetary commitments in recent years.