addison airport: Unusual Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Addison Airport Runway Renovation - 09/03/11 03:17 AM
Unusual Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Addison Airport Runway Renovation.
Addison Airport is vitally important to the Town of Addison. The fixed-base-operations airport contributes $600M annually and provides more than 3,000 jobs in the area.
Nearly $11M was spent in rebuilding a runway at the airport and 90% of the funding for this came from the FAA.
The 4 month project used 1263 truckloads of asphalt, 181 miles of paint, 22 miles of electrical cable and enough grass to cover 35 football fields.
So how do you provide a spectacular ribbon cutting ceremony for a runway at Addison Airport? Watch the video … (1 comments)

addison airport: Addison Airport in Addison Texas - 07/29/09 02:12 PM
The Addison Airport in Addison, Texas is home to one of the busiest single-runway general aviation airports in the region and is now the third largest general aviation airport in the country. With a runway of 7,200 feet and 750+ based aircraft, the airport averages 366 operations per day. There is also considerable commerical activity, including several hangar/office complexes.  The airport is also home to the Cavanaugh Flight Museum.
Just west of Addison Road, at the eastern gateway to the big, blue Arapaho Bridge, there is a half-mile trail featuring three large mounds that are perfect for viewing airplanes landing or taking off from Addison Airport.
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