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★ Nome Airport




Nome Airport
                                     

★ Nome Airport

Airport Noma, a public-use airport located two nautical miles West of the Central business district of Nome, a city in the area census Nome, Alaska.

According to Federal aviation administration records, the airport was 61.651 technical boarding enplanements in calendar year 2017, and 64.122 enplanements in 2018 it will be included in the national plan of integrated airport systems for 2011-2015, which classified it as a primary commercial service airport more than 10.000 enplanements per year.

In the state of Alaska operates Nome city field FAA lid: 94Z, a public General aviation airfield located one nautical mile 1.85 km North of the city.

                                     

1. History. (История)

During world war II, the civilian Nome airport sharing a runway with marks army airfield for transfer of lend-lease aircraft in the USSR and in 1942, for air defense of the Western coast of Alaska. Renamed marks air force base in 1948, the military base was used as a fighter-interceptor forward until they reached back to the air force station Galena. Marks AFB closed in 1950 and the squadron air base in Nome airport until December 1956.

                                     

2. Facilities and aircraft. (Объектов и воздушных судов)

Nome airport is located at a height of 38 feet 11 m above sea level. It has two runways with asphalt surfaces: runway 10 / 28 is 6.000 150 feet 1.829 x 46 m and runway 3 / 21 is 6.175 150 feet 1.882 x 46 m.

During the 12-month period ending January 1, 2010, the airport had no aircraft 28.000, an average of 76 per day: 54% air taxi, 36% General aviation, 5% scheduled commercial, and 5% military. At that time there were 71 aircraft based at this airport: 72% single-engine, 17% multi-engine, helicopter 7% and 4% military.

Free Parking at the airport.

                                     

3. In popular culture. (В популярной культуре)

In call of duty: modern warfare 2 Airport Name called "sand Bravo" in the game appear as one of the goals of Russia during its invasion of the U.S. "70 trucks".

                                     
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