Always reference the current Chart Supplement and NOTAMs for updated information. This site is not a primary reference for aviation data and is only intended to aid initial airfield discovery.
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The pilot's airport finder: a site by pilots, for pilots, to find, search, filter, and plot airfields on an interactive map instead of spreadsheets and lists. A preflight planning tool for your next cross-country, training flight, $100 hamburger, or just to find a new airport to visit. Also an airport logbook- plot airports you've landed at, bucket list places to fly, and show your copilot's too!
Here's a how-to/intro video for using the site.
Where2Land.com uses FAA airfield data to provide current airfield length/width, surface, instrument approaches, towered status, and public/private use. While this site is kept current, you must reference official flight publications before flying.
This site is ad-free and your data is never sold; it is kept alive only by donations. It costs about $4/year per user if they load the map once per day, please help out by donating:
Where2Land.com's author is a pilot and hobbiest programmer, if you have a suggestion or need assistance, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I hope you like the site, enjoy!
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