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Posted by A320FAN on 31 December 2016 - 12:27:53
42 posts, 1371 aircraft seen at 27 airports. Local Airport: FLL

How do I go about adding the airport code HWO for North Perry Airport in Broward County Fla: North Perry Airport (IATA: HWO, ICAO: KHWO, FAA LID: HWO) is a public airport located in the City of Pembroke Pines, 5 miles (8 km) west of the central business district of Hollywood, in Broward County, Florida, United States.

Admin Posted by nighthawk on 03 January 2017 - 15:45:18
377 posts, 197 aircraft seen at 20 airports. Local Airport: CAX

I've now added this airport for you. If you find any other missing airports, let me know.


Posted by jgph1a on 04 January 2017 - 20:59:04
2 posts, 0 aircraft seen at 0 airports. Local Airport: Not specified

You're also missing LYR/ENSB Longyearbyen.

Location City: Longyearbyen, Norway Near (Alt.): Longyear Name: Svalbard ICAO: ENSB IATA: LYR

Details Type: Airport (Aerodrome, Airfield) Use: Public/Civil Latitude: 78°14'46"N (78.246111) Longitude: 15°27'56"E (15.465556) Datum: WGS 1984 Elevation: 88 ft (27 m) Variation: 8.51°E (WMM2015 magnetic declination) 0.36° annual change Runways: 1 Longest: 7608 × 148 ft (2319 × 45 m), paved

Time Time Zone: UTC+1 (DST+2) Local Time: 04 Jan 2017 21:58 CET


Posted by jgph1a on 04 January 2017 - 21:02:55
2 posts, 0 aircraft seen at 0 airports. Local Airport: Not specified

Also Guam (GUM/PGUM)

Location City: Agana, Guam, United States Name: Guam International Airport Old (Alt.): Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport ICAO: PGUM IATA: GUM FAA LID: GUM

Details Type: Airport (Part 139 Class I) Use: Public/Civil, International (customs landing rights) Latitude: 13°29'02"N (13.483953) Longitude: 144°47'50"E (144.797132) Datum: WGS 1984 Elevation: 305 ft (93 m) Variation: 0.81°E (WMM2015 magnetic declination) -0.07° annual change Runways: 2 Longest: 12015 × 150 ft (3662 × 45.5 m), paved

Time Time Zone: UTC+10 Local Time: 05 Jan 2017 07:02 ChST

Thanks J

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