Maryland, United States

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Why oh Why

Nooo! This is so sad...airports closing all over and no place for the little guy to learn flying..this will be a dead sport at this rate :(

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Haysfield closed in 2013. It is now a housing development. I

Former grass runway in Clarksville, MD USA.

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Excellent breakfast at gas station, walking distance from FBO.

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Great Little Airport!

Stopped in there on Saturday 9/26/15 for a BBQ they were having which we were told about at the Gettysburg Airport pancake breakfast. Everyone there was so nice and friendly. It felt like someone was having a BBQ in their backyard and Oh, by the way, we have an airport here too. They were even giving free plane rides.

Looks like a great place to have a house and have your plane in your own hangar at home.

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USAF

1978

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Thurgood's last name was "Marshall".

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Home sweet home

Home sweet home!

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close-in to DCA, BWI

short field, trees both ends. Limited services

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Edelen Field

What is the history of Edelen Field? My name is Phil Edelen and a lot of our family is from southern Maryland. Thanks Phil

808-728-3771

pbeii@earthlink.net

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signage

Flew here again a couple weeks ago. Nothing has changed really - great terminal is still deserted. What a waste of $$. Maybe they should have spent some of the cash on signage. Noticed this time - there is not ONE runway or taxi sign on the airport. Even with a map from the AOPA database in Foreflight it was confusing finding runway 5 start. Paint is worn off as well so watch out crossing runways with no signs or markings.

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Maryland Air (FBO)

Maryland Air is the FBO in the terminal building just NW of the approach end of Rwy 22. Visited 7/12-15/2010 in a C-182. They proved very helpful, friendly and courteous in providing rental car, a/c parking and directions. I'd use them again.

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Kay's Restaurant

Very good. Seems to get a fair local non-airport trade in addition to itinerant pilots. The soft drinks are served in large mason jars, and the lemonade was delicious and welcome on a hot day. I had the ham-and-cheese club sandwich w/ fries. The tomato was fresh local produce; a good value at $6.50.

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Worth a trip

really nice terminal. Empty and a shame. Nice folks - very helpful - rental car was there waiting for me - fueled me right up. Interesting mountain departure

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Another data anomaly

Not marked at closed in the FAA data, shown on the Baltimore-Washington TAC but not on the Washington Sectional.

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Access severely restricted by ADIZ

This airport is one of the "DC-3", along with Hyde Field [W32] and Hyde Field [W32]. It lies inside the inner Flight Restricted Zone (FRZ) of the Washington DC ADIZ, and access is allowed only to pilots who have been pre-screened and obtained a special Personal Identification Number (PIN). This is in addition to the normal ADIZ procedures. As a result, it won't usually make sense for non-local pilots to try to use this airport.

http://www.aopa.org/whatsnew/air_traffic/frz.html

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Access severely restricted by ADIZ

This airport is one of the "DC-3", along with College Park [CGS] and Potomac Airpark [VKX]. It lies inside the inner Flight Restricted Zone (FRZ) of the Washington DC ADIZ, and access is allowed only to pilots who have been pre-screened and obtained a special Personal Identification Number (PIN). This is in addition to the normal ADIZ procedures. As a result, it won't usually make sense for non-local pilots to try to use this airport.

http://www.aopa.org/whatsnew/air_traffic/frz.html

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Access severely restricted by ADIZ

This airport is one of the "DC-3", along with Hyde Field [W32] and Potomac Airpark [VKX]. It lies inside the inner Flight Restricted Zone (FRZ) of the Washington DC ADIZ, and access is allowed only to pilots who have been pre-screened and obtained a special Personal Identification Number (PIN). This is in addition to the normal ADIZ procedures. As a result, it won't usually make sense for non-local pilots to try to use this airport.

http://www.aopa.org/whatsnew/air_traffic/frz.html

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