[KTMB]

KTMB Kendall-Tamiami Executive Airport (1,380 acres) Miami, FL Four Nearby Instrument Airports: [KHST] 10 S ; [X51] 11 SW ; [KMIA] 12 NE ; [KOPF] 18 NE ;(ave. distance: 13 nm) Total Based Aircraft: 445 (302 single-props, 73 multi-props) (30 … Continue reading

[KTNT]

pg.1: Data & Charts pg.2: Document Archives pg.3: Airport History & Overview updated 10/4/2016 KTNT Dade-Collier Training and Transition Airport (24,960 acres) Ochopee, FL OPERATIONS: As of 10/27/2014, averaged 40 ops/day(0% local) BASED AIRCRAFT:0(total) single-prop multi-prop jet helicopter military glider, … Continue reading

Accidents & Incidents, [2015Q1]

The following table presents a chronology for the first quarter of 2015, showing all known ‘fatal’ U.S. civil aviation accidents, as well as a few selected non-fatal accidents and incidents. Data shows date (weekends are underlined), location, number of fatalities, and a … Continue reading

Florida Airports are Particularly Vulnerable to Sea Level Rise

If there is one U.S. state whose airports are most vulnerable to climate change, it is Florida, where many significant airports are at very low elevation. The busiest Florida airport, KMIA in Miami, is at 9-feet elevation. The state’s fifth-busiest … Continue reading

After Decades of Delay, Possible Progress to Get the Lead Out of U.S. Aviation Fuel

An FAA Press Release on July 10, 2014 announced that FAA has received nine candidate lead-free fuel formulations to soon be evaluated. This is part of a decades-delayed program to phase out dangerous lead that is still being added to aviation fuels. … Continue reading

[KOPF]

KOPF Opa-Locka Executive Airport (1,880 acres) Miami, FL Four Nearby Instrument Airports: [KHWO] 6 N ; [KMIA] 7 S ; [KFLL] 12 NE ; [KTMB] 18 SW ;(ave. distance: 11 nm) Total Based Aircraft: 285 (117 single-props, 74 multi-props) (77 … Continue reading

Miami, FL – OEP:KMIA

8-15-2015 KMIA MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (3,300 acres) Miami, FL Four Nearby Instrument Airports: [KOPF] 7 N ; [KTMB] 12 SW ; [KHWO] 13 N ; [KFLL] 18 NE ;(ave. distance: 13 nm) Total Based Aircraft:28 (13 multi-props, 15 jets) Operations … Continue reading