Lindbergh Field

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San Diego International Airport - Accidents and Incidents
... in his hometown of Selma, Alabama was renamed Craig Field, later Craig Air Force Base ... Consolidated XB-32 Dominator, 41-141, crashed on take-off at Lindbergh Field, probably from flap failure ... Privateer, BuNo 59544, on a pre-delivery test flight by company crew out of Lindbergh Field, took off at 1223 hrs ...
Coast Guard Air Station San Diego - History
... Lindbergh Field opened on October 16, 1934 on the Pacific Highway ... Almost 14 million passengers travel through Lindbergh Field each year ... construction of a Coast Guard Air Station adjacent to Lindbergh Field, the Municipal Airport ...
Orange Line (San Diego Trolley) - Possible Extension To Lindbergh Field
... Sandag has already conducted feasible ideas for an extension to Lindbergh Field since 2009 ... Harbor Drive to Lindbergh Field's terminals with possible stops along the way ...

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