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Discussion in 'General Discussion | Travel' started by yaffa, Apr 6, 2011.
No, sorry. HYS is still the closest.
OK, when I posted this yesterday as #11667 in this thread, I explained I was away from home, had limited supply, but didn't want to just punt. I was less than happy with the choice, but figured somebody could "Google" the city ordinance number, guess the airport, and we could move on to something original. Alas, it turns out there are a whole bunch of cities with ordinance numbers structured like that. So here's another shot of the same airport, taken a few minutes later and a few yards north from that original picture, with something that should give it away so we can move on Who's gonna win? http://www.kansaskeith.com/makingiteasy.JPG Dorothy and Toto say "hi."
ICT, and you did. I visited that office on behalf of Cessna some years ago about the CE525.
Yep! Your turn.
This should be easy. Hint: It is not Chengdu!
How about SAN?
Not SAN, which is within nonstop range of a very few commercial airplanes sold today.
No, but you are more than 5000 NM closer than the guess before yours.
an additional hint. At least four different aircraft are used in daily flights between VIE and our airport. Two of those aircraft were built in the country of our airport.
AMS. Fokker Aircraft.
Yes. Both the F70 and the F100 fly the VIE-AMS route, but with different airlines. You're up again.
Not a bad guess, but no. Close though. This Fokker70 was part of the Queen Beatrix's Royal visit.
p.s. PRG Royal visit was a month prior..
No, Much closer with your last guess.. Airport is also home to Airbus parent subsidiary.
Another view from the terminal..
Yes, It is Dresden Airport.
Let us start in CNX
Chiang Mai is one of my favorite places but this poster is in another airport far, far away.
No, not ZRH, but you've found the continent. There are non-stop flights from ZRH to our airport with two airlines, which share a common characteristic.