We are looking for airpark pictures

The August 30 issue of General Aviation News will focus on Airparks. As part of this section, we’d like to showcase aerial photos of airparks from around the country. Do you have any images of your airpark from above? If so, email them to Ben Sclair by August 7. Be sure to include a complete description of the image and […]

The August 30 issue of General Aviation News will focus on Airparks. As part of this section, we’d like to showcase aerial photos of airparks from around the country. Do you have any images of your airpark from above? If so, email them to Ben Sclair by August 7. Be sure to include a complete description of the image and your airpark.

7 comments

  1. https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/105198684/DSC_4751.JPG

    This is Mallards Landing located in Locust Grove, GA 30 miles south of ATL. It is a community of about 100 families and about 25 unbuilt lots still available. GA04 is the identifier with a 4500′ turf runway. Mallards aircraft range from Ultralight aircraft to beautiful DC3.

  2. great idea ben,
    will get photo and info off to you right away…
    hope you don’t mind if i send two… one of the arizona airpark we live in during the winter and one of the alaska airpark we live in during the summer

    i guess you can call us “bi-polar” thanks…m

  3. Thank you for the picture Paul. Beautiful airpark…

  4. Thank you Martha. By all means, do send it photos of both airparks.

  5. We have an airpark which has 45 lots total. There are 21 still available. This builder and developer has done a great job in putting together this airpark. City water and sewer so that is not a worry. Just a beautiful airpark

  6. We would be glad to send you pictures but most can be seen on the web site http://www.palmettoairplantation.com. email me if you need more.

  7. Finally got a website for the Mid Valley Airpark (E98) in Los Lunas, NM

    http://www.midvalleyairpark.com

    Hope it is of use to folks.

    KW

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