Alabama, United States

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CLOSED - NO LONGER EXISTS

This private landing strip no longer exists. Aerial imagery shows a house constructed at one end of the runway, with farm fields cultivated over the remainder of the length.

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NAI Fly-in in May

Big solo adventure

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Wonderful Airport

Very helpful airport manager

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AWESOME SERVICE

THE GENTS AROUND THE AIRPORT WERE THERE TO INFORM ME HOW THEY DID THINGS OUT THERE, THEY MAILED ME THE FUEL BILL AND I TOOK CARE OF IT PROMPTLY, GREAT AIRPORT WELL MAINTAINED PEOPLE ARE FRIENDLY AND AWESOME.

THANKS GUYS

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fuel

can I drive up and buy 1oo or better octane fuel from you guys and how much per gal is it.

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Auburn School

First visit

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great for a daytrip

a short five minute walk from the airport to a sugar-white sand public beach. Local restaurants will pick you up at the airport. 4R9 is a great day-trip or weekend getaway air strip.

Just remember that there is no fuel or any services here at all. The strip is bit short and short final to RWY12 looks like you are about to land on a carrier. But that is the charm of 4R9 I guess.

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airplane CIS injection

Reply to @flybob:

Bob Gary Miller here.Please remove my Miller FI business website from your server.

856-283-7503

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code AL37

The FAA uses code 'AL37' for Benedick Airport,Jack, AL

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Worth the journey

The Tuskegee Airmen Museum in Hangar One at Moton is a moving memorial for the intrepid flyers who beat the obstacles as black airmen in WWII. Their success is an inspiration for every pilot.

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ATC

Toth Stagefield is home to the best Air Traffic Controllers the Army has to offer.

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