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La Palma Airport, Spain

July 15th, 2007 / / Links: Google Earth, Google Maps, Yahoo! Maps, Virtual Earth / Nearest places
 

La Palma Airport (IATA: SPC, ICAO: GCLA) is an airport located on La Palma in the Canary Islands. It is operated by Aena, who operate the vast majority of civil airports in Spain. The airport is served mainly by Binter Canarias and Islas Airways with island hopping flights from Tenerife and Gran Canaria.

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Santander Airport, Spain

July 15th, 2007 / / Links: Google Earth, Google Maps, Yahoo! Maps, Virtual Earth / Nearest places
 

Santander Airport (IATA: SDR, ICAO: LEXJ) is an airport near Santander, Spain.

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Brno airport, Czech Republic

July 15th, 2007 / / Links: Google Earth, Google Maps, Yahoo! Maps, Virtual Earth / Nearest places
 

Brno-Tuřany Airport (IATA: BRQ, ICAO: LKTB) is an airport near Brno, Czech Republic. In 2006, 393 686 passengers went through Brno-Tuřany passenger terminal.

By Car Getting to the aerodrome by car is very simple, as the aerodrome is located still within the town territory, next to the D1 Brno-Olomouc motorway. Driving in the direction from Prague, at 201 km (125 miles) there is a motorway exit marked "Slatina" and the off-turn to the aerodrome is distinctly marked. The aerodrome is 2 km (1.25 miles) from the motorway exit.

By Bus

You can easily get to Brno Airport from the city centre using the direct bus line No.76. which departs from the Brno Main train station from 04:30 to 23:00 every half hour. After arrival, and before departure of the Ryanair.com plane to London, the bus goes every 20 minutes.

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Chennai International Airport, India

July 14th, 2007 / / Links: Google Earth, Google Maps, Yahoo! Maps, Virtual Earth / Nearest places
 

Chennai International Airport (IATA: MAA, ICAO: VOMM) is located in Meenambakkam, 7 km south of Chennai, India. It has the IATA Airport Code MAA and it is the third largest international gateway into the country after Mumbai and Delhi, and the main air hub for South India, handling just under 10 million passengers in 2005 and serves more than 50 different airlines. It is also an important cargo terminus for the country second only to Mumbai. Chennai is also a hub airport for Jet Airways, Indian (formerly Indian Airlines), Air Deccan, Air Sahara and internationally, for Air India.

Chennai had one of the first airports in India, and was the final destination of Air India's first flight from Bombay via Belgaum in 1954.

The first passenger terminal was built at the northeast side of the airfield, which lies in the suburb of Meenambakkam due to which it was referred to as Meenambakkam Airport. A new terminal complex was subsequently built further south near Pallavaram to which passenger operations were shifted. The old terminal building is now used as a cargo terminal and is the base for the Indian courier company Blue Dart.

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Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, USA

July 14th, 2007 / / Links: Google Earth, Google Maps, Yahoo! Maps, Virtual Earth / Nearest places
 

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (IATA: SEA, ICAO: KSEA), also known as Sea-Tac Airport, is located in SeaTac, Washington, United States at the intersections of Washington State Route 518, Washington State Route 99 and Washington State Route 509. It is located about 1.5 miles from Interstate 5. It serves Seattle, Washington and Tacoma, Washington as well as the Seattle metropolitan area and western Washington state. The airport is a hub for Alaska Airlines, whose headquarters is located near the airport, and its regional subsidiary Horizon Air. The airport has service to many destinations throughout North America, Europe and East Asia. It is also an international gateway for Northwest Airlines.

The airport has public Wi-Fi available, provided by Wayport.

"Welcome to Sea-Tac!" is said in an automated announcement in the airport's parking garage and skyways, in reference to the nickname that locals of the Seattle metropolitan area have given it. The name came before the city of SeaTac, Washington was founded.

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Southampton airport, England

July 14th, 2007 / / Links: Google Earth, Google Maps, Yahoo! Maps, Virtual Earth / Nearest places
 

Southampton Airport (IATA: SOU, ICAO: EGHI) is the 20th largest airport in the UK, located in Eastleigh near Southampton. Southampton Airport is owned by BAA plc, which owns several other airports including the three busiest airports serving London. Southampton airport handled in excess of 1.9 million passengers during 2006.

Southampton International Airport has a CAA Public Use Aerodrome Licence (Number P690) that allows flights for the public transport of passengers or for flying instruction.

The airport's runway is reputed to be built over the remains of a Roman villa.

According to local history author John Edgar Mann's Book of the Stonehams the site's connection with aviation can be traced back to 1910 when pioneer pilot Eric Moon used the meadows belonging to North Stoneham Farm as a take-off and landing spot for his monoplane, Moonbeam Mk II.

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Donieck airport

July 14th, 2007 / / Links: Google Earth, Google Maps, Yahoo! Maps, Virtual Earth / Nearest places
 

Donetsk International Airport (IATA: DOK, ICAO: UKCC) is an airport in Donetsk, Ukraine. It was built in the 1940s-1950s and rebuilt in 1973.

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Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport, Ahmadabad, India

July 14th, 2007 / / Links: Google Earth, Google Maps, Yahoo! Maps, Virtual Earth / Nearest places
 

Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport (IATA: AMD, ICAO: VAAH) is an airport in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. It services the metropolitan area of the city of Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar. It is named after statesman and former Deputy Prime Minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel.

This airport is the busiest in Gujarat and 7th busiest in India. It is served by three International carriers and various domestic carriers. It also serves as a secondary hub for SpiceJet, Air Deccan and Kingfisher Airlines.

The airport consists of the International Terminal and the Domestic Terminals. These terminals use the same airside facilities but are physically separated on the landside, requiring a 5 minute drive between them. AAI in collaboration with a Singaporean firm are currently constructing a new International Terminal which will provide direct access to planes via aerobridges and provide better facilities than currently available. There is also a new Domestic arrival terminal that is being constructed. There would be 4 aero-bridges attached with the domestic terminals providing direct access to planes.

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