Ford Airport in Dearborn, Michigan, United States was one of the first modern airports in the world. It operated from 1924 to 1947, and the site is now part of Ford Motor Company's Dearborn Proving Ground. The airport was about 360 acres (1.5 km²) in size. Latitude and Longitude: 42°18'0.42"N, 83°13'14.75"W

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  • Ford Airport in Dearborn, Michigan, United States was one of the first modern airports in the world. It operated from 1924 to 1947, and the site is now part of Ford Motor Company's Dearborn Proving Ground. The airport was about 360 acres (1.5 km²) in size. This airport saw many world and U.S. "firsts": the first U.S. airport hotel, the first concrete runways, first U.S. scheduled passenger service, first contracted airmail service, first radio control for a commercial flight, first U.S. passenger terminal. The buildings were designed by architect Albert Kahn and are considered to have greatly influenced the design of airports throughout the U.S. The original aircraft hangars still exist and are in use as part of the current Ford testing facilities. Latitude and Longitude: 42°18'0.42"N, 83°13'14.75"W (en)
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  • Ford Airport in Dearborn, Michigan, United States was one of the first modern airports in the world. It operated from 1924 to 1947, and the site is now part of Ford Motor Company's Dearborn Proving Ground. The airport was about 360 acres (1.5 km²) in size. Latitude and Longitude: 42°18'0.42"N, 83°13'14.75"W (en)
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