There's trouble down the runway “For the runways alone you need a hunk of flat ground two miles long and half a mile wide. It should have enough acreage to accommodate terminal and parking, and ...
‘‘Once we found out what the noise could do to your health, we had to move.”
Posted August 13, 1981
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On San Diego's mind in early 80s
The right place for the San Diego airport
Our plane taxis out onto the runway and comes to a halt, facing west down the long asphalt ramp of Lindbergh Field. Mike in hand, the pilot, Carlos Richardson, contacts the control tower for clearance. ...