Posts by 5280 Raptor

    This is great news.


    Why should we be excited about flying high-res Colorado?


    It's made for pilots...


    Most Dangerous Airports in Continental US:


    - #1 Aspen/Pitkin County Colorado


    - #9 Telluride Colorado


    - Eagle/Vail Colorado (honorable mention)


    Highest Airport in continental US:


    - Lake County Colorado (Leadville) at 9,934 MSL


    Busiest Commercial Airports in USA:


    - Denver International (DIA) is ranked 5th for passenger volume (higher than JFK, SFO, LaGuardia, and Miami)


    Largest Airport in the USA (2nd largest in the world)


    - Denver International (DIA) covers 85 square miles of land. This is twice the size of Manhattan!


    Longest Runway:


    - DIA has a runway thats 16,001 ft which makes it longest in the USA and 7th longest in the world


    Busiest General Aviation Airport in USA:


    - #3 Centennial Airport (KAPA) Colorado


    Notable landmarks:


    DIA terminal


    US Air Force Academy


    Pikes Peak


    Royal Gorge Bridge (Currently the highest bridge in the United States and was among the ten highest bridges in the world until 2012)


    50+ mountain peaks 14,000' or higher

    Hi.


    Just wondering when we might see airports and landmarks in Colorado? If its not in the immediate future let me provide some reasons why it should be expedited:


    Most Dangerous Airports in Continental US:


    - #1 Aspen/Pitkin County Colorado
    - #9 Telluride Colorado
    - Eagle/Vail Colorado (honorable mention)


    Highest Airport in continental US:


    - Lake County Colorado (Leadville) at 9,934 MSL


    Busiest Commercial Airport in USA:


    - Denver International (DIA) is ranked 5th for passenger volume (higher than JFK, SFO, LaGuardia, and Miami)


    Largest Airport in the USA (2nd largest in the world)


    - Denver International (DIA) covers 85 square miles of land. This is twice the size of Manhattan!


    Busiest General Aviation Airport in USA:


    - #3 Centennial Airport (KAPA) Colorado


    Notable landmarks:


    DIA terminal
    US Air Force Academy
    Pikes Peak
    Royal Gorge Bridge (Currently the highest bridge in the United States and was among the ten highest bridges in the world until 2012)
    50+ mountain peaks 14,000' or higher


    Utah is great but Colorado is a pilots dream.