Floyd Bennett Field was New York City's first municipal airport, later a naval air station, and is now a park. While no longer used as an operational commercial, military or general aviation airfield, a section is still used as a helicopter base by the New York City Police Department (NYPD). Located in Marine Park, southeast Brooklyn, the field was created by connecting Barren Island and a number of smaller marsh islands to the mainland by filling the channels between them with sand pumped from the bottom of Jamaica Bay. The airport was named after famed aviator and Medal of Honor recipient Floyd Bennett, a Brooklyn resident at the time of his death. It was dedicated on June 26, 1930, and officially opened on May 23, 1931. The IATA airport code and FAA airfield identifier code was NOP when

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  • Floyd Bennett Field was New York City's first municipal airport, later a naval air station, and is now a park. While no longer used as an operational commercial, military or general aviation airfield, a section is still used as a helicopter base by the New York City Police Department (NYPD). Located in Marine Park, southeast Brooklyn, the field was created by connecting Barren Island and a number of smaller marsh islands to the mainland by filling the channels between them with sand pumped from the bottom of Jamaica Bay. The airport was named after famed aviator and Medal of Honor recipient Floyd Bennett, a Brooklyn resident at the time of his death. It was dedicated on June 26, 1930, and officially opened on May 23, 1931. The IATA airport code and FAA airfield identifier code was NOP when it was an operational naval air station and later coast guard air station, but now uses the FAA Location Identifier NY22 for the heliport operated there by the NYPD. Since 1972, Floyd Bennett Field has been a part of Gateway National Recreation Area, managed by the National Park Service. Many of the earliest surviving original structures are included in a historic district listed on the National Register of Historic Places, being among the largest collections and best representatives of commercial aviation architecture from the period, and due to the significant contributions to civil aviation and military aviation made there during the Interwar period. (en)
  • Floyd Bennett Field war der erste städtische Flughafen von New York City und ist heute Teil des Gateway National Recreation Area, das vom National Park Service verwaltet wird. Floyd Bennett Field ist nach dem amerikanischen Flugpionier Floyd Bennett, der zusammen mit Richard Byrd 1926 den Nordpol angeflogen hatte, benannt. (de)
  • Floyd Bennett Field fut le premier aéroport municipal de la ville de New York, devenu ensuite une base aéronavale, et maintenant un parc. Il n'est plus utilisé comme un terrain d'aviation commerciale ni militaire. Il est encore utilisé comme une base d'hélicoptères par le New York City Police Department (NYPD). Situé au sud-est de Brooklyn, le domaine a été créé en reliant Barren Island et un certain nombre de petites îles du marais vers le continent. L'aéroport a été nommé d'après le célèbre aviateur Floyd Bennett, résident de Brooklyn au moment de sa mort.L'aéroport a été inauguré le 26 juin 1930 et ouvert officiellement le 23 mai 1931. Le code d'identification IATA de l'aéroport et de la FAA était NOP quand ce fut une base aéronavale opérationnelle et plus tard une station aérienne de la garde côtière. Le Numéro d'emplacement FAA NY22 est désormais utilisé pour l'héliport opéré par le NYPD. Depuis 1972, Floyd Bennett Field fait partie du Gateway National Recreation Area, géré par le National Park Service. * Portail de l’aéronautique Portail de l’aéronautique * Portail de New York Portail de New York * Portail des forces armées des États-Unis Portail des forces armées des États-Unis (fr)
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  • Floyd Bennett Field war der erste städtische Flughafen von New York City und ist heute Teil des Gateway National Recreation Area, das vom National Park Service verwaltet wird. Floyd Bennett Field ist nach dem amerikanischen Flugpionier Floyd Bennett, der zusammen mit Richard Byrd 1926 den Nordpol angeflogen hatte, benannt. (de)
  • Floyd Bennett Field was New York City's first municipal airport, later a naval air station, and is now a park. While no longer used as an operational commercial, military or general aviation airfield, a section is still used as a helicopter base by the New York City Police Department (NYPD). Located in Marine Park, southeast Brooklyn, the field was created by connecting Barren Island and a number of smaller marsh islands to the mainland by filling the channels between them with sand pumped from the bottom of Jamaica Bay. The airport was named after famed aviator and Medal of Honor recipient Floyd Bennett, a Brooklyn resident at the time of his death. It was dedicated on June 26, 1930, and officially opened on May 23, 1931. The IATA airport code and FAA airfield identifier code was NOP when (en)
  • Floyd Bennett Field fut le premier aéroport municipal de la ville de New York, devenu ensuite une base aéronavale, et maintenant un parc. Il n'est plus utilisé comme un terrain d'aviation commerciale ni militaire. Il est encore utilisé comme une base d'hélicoptères par le New York City Police Department (NYPD). Situé au sud-est de Brooklyn, le domaine a été créé en reliant Barren Island et un certain nombre de petites îles du marais vers le continent. L'aéroport a été nommé d'après le célèbre aviateur Floyd Bennett, résident de Brooklyn au moment de sa mort.L'aéroport a été inauguré le 26 juin 1930 et ouvert officiellement le 23 mai 1931. Le code d'identification IATA de l'aéroport et de la FAA était NOP quand ce fut une base aéronavale opérationnelle et plus tard une station aérienne de l (fr)
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