Abandoned Airports Map
A working map of Abandoned Airports, Landing Strips and Aircraft Boneyards
Abandoned airports are a fascinating glimpse into the past. They are a reminder of a time when long-distance air travel was not as common as it is today, and smaller airports were necessary to support agricultural interests and those wishing to visit small and remote areas.
In addition to abandoned airports, this map also includes locations of air museums and locations of abandoned aircraft.
There are many reasons why airports are abandoned. Some airports are closed due to financial problems, while others are closed due to environmental concerns. Some airports are even closed due to war.
No matter why an airport is abandoned, it is always a fascinating place to visit. Abandoned airports can be a great place to learn about the history of aviation, at least the ones that aren't on private property or that have been redeveloped.
As a crowdsourced endeavor, this map is incomplete, and will almost certainly remain incomplete. Please provide your knowledge! Know of some lines we don't have? Help us out and submit a location to the map!
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