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Tri-cities Regional

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Country   United States of America
Initially Purchased   2006-11-05
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Resell Price   $999.00
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Tri Cities Regional Airport                                        
                    Tri-Cities Regional Airport TN/VA was under construction in 1935 and completed in 1937. The airport took two years to build and was named McKeller field after
Senator Kenneth McKellar of Tennessee. The cost was just over one million to build(cheap by todays standards). When the airport was completed it consisted of two small runways and a small terminal. Just after completion expansion began, a second floor to the terminal was added, a traffic control tower, both runways were lengthened and a small third was added. This work enabled the new larger DC'3 airplanes to be able to land. the airport started making a name for it's self.� In 1940 the Civilian Pilot Training Program (CPTP) was introduced to the airport. Tri-Cities became a War Training Service during World War II, mant aviation cadets were trained here. Since the war there have been many remodels with a new� terminal, electronic navigation and longer runways to land all present day jumbo jets. TrCities did what it set out to do, be a dependale airport with quality service.

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The cities of
Bristol, Johnson City and Kingsport came up with a plan to build a airport to serve their immediate areas, along with the Northeast Tennessee area, Southwest Virginia area, parts of Kentucky and North Carolina. As these three cities are the owners of the airport, that is why it eventually became called Tri-Cities.
Present day carriers are
Atlantic Southeast

and a multitude of smaller airlines

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Bristol, Tenn., Council Expected To Support Land Purchase At Airport Bristol, Tenn., Council Exp...   Jul 29, 2009 10:48:00
4 to support Tri-Cities Regional Airport's effort to buy six nearby lots and use the land, for now, as a protective zone for one of its two runways. ...View Full Article
Bristol Gets Ready for Obama Bristol Gets Ready for Obama   Jul 29, 2009 10:47:59
Tri-Cities Regional Airport will operate normally, but is warning passengers to expect minimal delays between 1 and 6 pm, specifically when Air For...
Bristol's Presidential Preparations Bristol's Presidential Prep...   Jul 29, 2009 10:47:58
In Blountville, Tenn, where Air Force One will land on the Tri-Cities Regional Airport tarmac, commercial flights will operate normally, though pas...
Bristol Has a White House Connection Bristol Has a White House C...   Jul 29, 2009 10:47:57
By David McGee When Air Force One touches down this afternoon at Tri-Cities Regional Airport, it will mark Barack Obama's first visit to the region...
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Comment By: Sylvius
Date: Jan 07, 2008 19:06:13
Nice job
Comment By: Webloid
Date: Oct 27, 2007 12:26:19
Keep up the great work, you're well on your way to Weblo success!
Comment By: haroli
Date: Aug 17, 2007 09:33:38
Good luck, Pops! Check out my two new UK island props, Iona and Lindisfarne.
Comment By: anarchyintheuk
Date: Aug 03, 2007 05:03:54
All the best with flying this one
Comment By: axeming
Date: Jul 23, 2007 13:53:35
great job keep growing fast thanks