Lansdowne Airport

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Lansdowne Airport
IATA: noneICAO: noneFAA LID: 04G
Summary
Airport typePublic
OperatorLansdowne Land Associates
LocationYoungstown, Ohio
Elevation AMSL1,044 ft / 318 m
Coordinates41°07′50″N 080°37′11″W / 41.13056°N 80.61972°W / 41.13056; -80.61972Coordinates: 41°07′50″N 080°37′11″W / 41.13056°N 80.61972°W / 41.13056; -80.61972
Runways
DirectionLengthSurface
ftm
2/203,073937Asphalt
 
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Lansdowne Airport
IATA: noneICAO: noneFAA LID: 04G
Summary
Airport typePublic
OperatorLansdowne Land Associates
LocationYoungstown, Ohio
Elevation AMSL1,044 ft / 318 m
Coordinates41°07′50″N 080°37′11″W / 41.13056°N 80.61972°W / 41.13056; -80.61972Coordinates: 41°07′50″N 080°37′11″W / 41.13056°N 80.61972°W / 41.13056; -80.61972
Runways
DirectionLengthSurface
ftm
2/203,073937Asphalt

Lansdowne Airport (FAA LID: 04G) is a small, local airport on the East Side of Youngstown, Ohio, US near the Pennsylvania border. Lansdowne Airport is a privately owned airport, located in an area known as the "Sharon Line" to locals, due to its proximity to a defunct train line that once ran from Youngstown to Sharon, right across the state line through the Steel Valleys.

Lansdowne Airport was the first airport in Youngstown and was the first in the region to see airmail service. The airport was dedicated as Lansdowne Field in late October, 1926 with Rear Admiral William A. Moffett in attendance.[1] Because of the increasing size in airplanes and the lack of a suitable amount of land in the vicinity of Lansdowne, a decision was made to build Youngstown Municipal Airport eleven miles away in Vienna Center, Ohio.

While Lansdowne is listed as a public airport, it has been closed due to lack of maintenance.

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