Middle Georgia Regional Airport
City-owned, public-use airport located nine nautical miles south of the central business district of Macon, a city in Bibb County, Georgia, United States.- Middle Georgia Regional Airport
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Consolidated city-county in the U.S. state of Georgia.
The area is served by Middle Georgia Regional Airport and Herbert Smart Downtown Airport.
City-owned public-use airport located three nautical miles southeast of the central business district of Macon, in Bibb County, Georgia, United States.
The airlines then moved to Cochran Field and Smart became a general aviation airport.
Established to train British RAF pilots in the United States of America during World War II.
Basic flying training, under the instruction of USAAC and RAF flight instructors, lasted nine to ten weeks at either Cochran Field at Macon, Georgia or Gunter Field, Montgomery, Alabama.
American commuter airline brand founded by Pacific Air Holdings to operate flights in Georgia after the airline was awarded an Essential Air Service contract to serve Athens and Macon, Georgia.
Macon (Middle Georgia Regional Airport)
Public airport located four miles northwest of the central business district of Perry, a city in Houston County, Georgia, United States and 10 mi south of Warner Robins, Georgia.
Opened in July 1942, during World War II, the Perry–Houston County airport was used as an auxiliary training airfield for the Army pilot school at Cochran Army Airfield.
Area containing the metropolitan region surrounding the city of Macon, in Bibb County in the U.S. state of Georgia.
The region features a regional airport, the Middle Georgia Regional Airport.
Closed United States Air Force base.
Remaining flight cadets were reassigned to Shaw AAF and Cochran AAF to complete basic flight training.
122.8 mi state highway that travels southwest-to-northeast through portions of Terrell, Sumter, Macon, Peach, Houston, Bibb, Jones, and Baldwin counties, mainly in the central part of the U.S. state of Georgia.
The concurrent routes pass northwest of Middle Georgia Regional Airport, before curving to the north.
United States Air Force base that operated from 1941 to 1961.
The AAF also closed the basic flying school at Cochran AAF in Macon and moved basic flying instruction to Spence flying the AT-6 aircraft previously used for the advanced training.
United States Air Force installation located in the North-northeast suburbs of Montgomery, Alabama.
As such, it also trained instructors and other personnel for the other Basic Training bases opened in the Southeast that included Cochran AAF in Macon, Georgia; Bainbridge AB, Georgia; Greenville AAF, Mississippi; Shaw AAF in Sumter, South Carolina; and at Augusta, Georgia's civilian-run Bush Field.