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Old 04-12-2022, 01:51 PM
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In the past year, entries for an additional 75 airfields have been added to the "Abandoned & Little-Known Airfields" website at www.airfieldsfreeman.com. This brings the site's coverage to a total of 2,589 airfields, across all 50 states. I hope the website's given you some positive distraction in what's been some challenging times.

Recent entries include new additions describing former airfields such as Baldani Airfield CA, Cobb Airport GA, Loveland Airport CO, Corvallis Airport OR, Lyndon Airport OR, Flying Gators Airpark FL, Stroudsburg-Pocono Airport PA, Martin Field AL, Carter Memorial Airport TX, Skycrest Country Club Airfield IL, Ideal Manufacturing Corp Airfield NJ, Hoby Wolf Airport MD, May Airport NC, Giant City State Park Airfield IL, DEC Heliport MA, Altadena Airport CA, Waynoka-Kelsey Airport OK, Scherr Airport KS, Corvallis Junctional Airport OR, Trinity Field AL, Alvin Airport TX, Continental Airfield AZ, Beaver Dam Auxiliary Field AL, and updates to many others.

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Thanks for the website. About once a year I do an hours-long deep dive into places I've been and lived. Just found out another airport existed not far from where I grew up. Awesome stuff!
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