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Basement Workshop

Basement Workshop was an Asian-American political and arts organization in New York City active from 1970-1986. It was created during the Asian American Movement and acted as an umbrella organization to writers, visual artists, dancers and choreo ...

Downtown Athletic Club

The Downtown Athletic Club, also known as the Downtown Club, was a private social and athletic club that operated from 1926 to 2002 at 20 West Street, within the Financial District of Lower Manhattan in New York City. The Downtown Athletic Club w ...

Malaparte (theater company)

While driving cross-country in 1991, actors Josh Hamilton and Ethan Hawke and playwright Jonathan Marc Sherman decided to form a theater company. Actors Robert Sean Leonard, Frank Whaley, and Steve Zahn joined the fledgling enterprise, which Hawk ...

New York Radical Feminists

New York Radical Feminists was a radical feminist group founded by Shulamith Firestone and Anne Koedt in 1969, after they had left Redstockings and The Feminists, respectively. Firestones and Koedts desire to start this new group was aided by Viv ...

Working Mens Party (New York)

For other organizations with a similar name, see Workingmens Party disambiguation. The Working Mens Party in New York was a political party founded in April 1829 in New York City. After a promising debut in the fall election of 1829, in which one ...

American Manufacturing Council

The American Manufacturing Council was a group of prominent chief executives set up to advise U.S. President Donald Trump on domestic manufacturing initiatives. It was chaired by Andrew Liveris, CEO of Dow Chemical Company. Following the withdraw ...

National Association of Army Nurses of the Civil War

The National Association of Army Nurses of the Civil War or National Army Nurses was an organization of former nurses who served in the American Civil War. It was primarily a social organization, but it also advocated for, and helped to secure, r ...

National Youth Alliance

The National Youth Alliance was an American right-wing political organization founded on November 15, 1968, at the Army and Navy Club by Willis Carto, head of the right-wing Liberty Lobby. The aim of the group was to recruit students to counter l ...

Womens Equity Action League

The Womens Equity Action League, or WEAL, was a United States womens rights organization founded in 1968 with the purpose of addressing discrimination against women in employment and education opportunities. Made up of conservative women, they us ...

Mamamah International Airport

Mamamah International Airport was an airport under construction in Sierra Leone. It was part of the infrastructure to be built as Sierra Leone prepared to shift its political and administrative capital, away from over-crowded Freetown.

List of defunct airports in the United States

This is a list of defunct or abandoned airports in the United States. Note: A complete list of abandoned airfields in the US can be found at the website that is cited in many of the entries below.

Dohazari Airfield

Dohazari Airfield is a former wartime United States Army Air Forces airfield near Dohazari in Bangladesh used during the Burma Campaign 1944-1945. It is now abandoned.

Fenny Airfield

Fenny Airfield is a former wartime United States Army Air Forces airfield in Bangladesh used during the Burma Campaign 1944-1945. It is now abandoned.

Hathazari Airfield

Hathazari Airfield is a former wartime United States Army Air Forces airfield in Bangladesh used during the Burma Campaign 1944-1945. It is now abandoned.

Blakenberg Airfield

Blakenberg Airfield was established by Canadian aviation engineers in late 1944 as a temporary military airfield. Designated "Advance Landing Ground B-66. It was to be used by the RCAF 39th Reconnaissance Wing. Unfortunately, the land selected fo ...

Flugplatz Maldegem

Established in 1939 by the Belgian Air Force. After the Battle of Belgium, the Luftwaffe took over the airfield and began expanding it, putting down a concrete runway. Between October 1940 and April 1941 the airfield was used by Fiat G.50s of the ...

Haren Airport

Haren Airport or Evere Airfield is a former military airfield and civil airport in Brussels, Belgium. Located in Brussels city section of Haren and adjacent municipality of Evere, it was established by the German Empire in 1914 and lasted until t ...

Knokke-Zoute Airfield

Knokke-Zoute Airfield is a former airfield, located 5 km east of Knokke-Heist in West Flanders, Belgium. It was closed in 1960 and is now in agricultural use.

Ophoven Airfield

Ophoven Airfield is an abandoned World War II military airfield which is located west of Opglabbeek ; approximately 54 miles northeast of Brussels.

Royal Air Force, Bermuda (1939–45)

The Royal Air Force operated from two locations in Bermuda during the Second World War. Bermudas location had made it an important naval station since US independence, and, with the advent of the aeroplane, had made it as important to trans-Atlan ...

Augusto Severo International Airport

Augusto Severo International Airport, formerly called Parnamirim Airport, was the airport that served Natal, Brazil, located in the adjoining municipality of Parnamirim. On May 31, 2014 all domestic and international flights were moved to the new ...

Manguinhos Airport

The origin of Manguinhos Airport is related to Aeroclube do Brasil English: Brazil Flying club, a school of aviation founded in 1911 at Campo dos Afonsos Airport. In 1919 the Brazilian Army decided to locate at this facility the School of Militar ...

Alcimar Leitão Airport

Alcimar Leitão Airport, formerly, was the airport that served Feijo, Brazil until 2008, when the newer Feijo Airport was opened. The airport was later closed and became an urbanized area.

Presidente Medici International Airport

Presidente Medici International Airport, formerly, was the airport that served Rio Branco, Brazil until 1999, when Placido de Castro International Airport was opened. On that very occasion the airport was closed.

E. T. Joshua Airport

E.T. Joshua Airport, formerly known as Arnos Vale Airport, is a decommissioned airport located in Arnos Vale, near Kingstown, on Saint Vincent island. The airport was named for Ebenezer Theodore Joshua, the first chief minister of Saint Vincent a ...

Beijing Nanyuan Airport

Beijing Nanyuan Airport was a military/public airport that also formerly served as the secondary airport of Beijing. Located in Fengtai District, 3 kilometres south of the 4th Ring Road and 13 km from Tiananmen Square, Nanyuan Airport was first o ...

Changsha Datuopu Airport

Changsha Datuopu Airport, or Datuopu Air Base, is a military air base in Changsha, the capital of Hunan Province, China. It also served as the public airport for Changsha from 1957 until 1989, when all civil flights were transferred to the new Ch ...

Datong Huairen Airport

Datong Huairen Airport or Huairen Air Base, located in Huairen County, is a Peoples Liberation Army Air Force installation near the Fen River, 43 km south of the city of Datong, in northern Shanxi province, China. It is located in the PLA Beijing ...

Ganzhou Huangjin Airport (former)

Ganzhou Huangjin Airport was the old airport serving the city of Ganzhou in Jiangxi Province, China. The airport was located in Shuinan New Area in Zhanggong District. It was named after the nearby village of Huangjin. Originally built in 1936, i ...

Gongxingdun Airport

Gongxingdun Airport also called Lanzhou Donggang Airport was an airport in Lanzhou, China. It was the primary airport of Lanzhou from the 1930s to 1970.

Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport (former)

Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, formerly known as Canton Civil Airport or Pai Yuen Airport was the main airport in Guangzhou, China, until August 5, 2004, when it was replaced by the identically newly opened airport of the same name, some ...

Guilin Qifengling Airport

Guilin Qifengling Airport is a military airport in Guilin, Guangxi, China. Built in 1958, the airport originally served all commercial traffic to Guilin. It was poorly equipped to handle the rapid increase in tourism to the city during the 1990s. ...

Hangzhou Jianqiao Airport

Hangzhou Jianqiao Airport, formerly romanized as Chien Chiao, also known as Hangzhou Air Base, is a Peoples Liberation Army Air Force Base and a former civil airport serving Hangzhou, the capital city of Zhejiang Province, China. It is located in ...

Hanzhong Xiguan Airport

Hanzhong Xiguan Airport is the airport formerly serving the city of Hanzhong in Shaanxi Province, China. It is located only 2 kilometers from the city center, which severely limits its expansion possibilities. As a result, Hanzhong Chenggu Airpor ...

Hengyang Bajialing Airport

Hengyang Bajialing Airport is a former military and civil airport in the city of Hengyang in Hunan Province, China. It is located in Zhuhui District east of the Xiang River. Bajialing Airport has not served commercial flights since 1995, and the ...

Kai Tak Airport

Kai Tak International Airport was the international airport of Hong Kong from 1925 until 1998. It was officially known as Hong Kong International Airport from 1954 to 6 July 1998, when it was closed and replaced by a new and larger one at Chek La ...

Kunming Wujiaba International Airport

Kunming Wujiaba International Airport was the main airport serving Kunming, the capital of Yunnan Province, China. It is located 4 km south-east of metropolitan Kunming. Originally built in 1923, the airport had been renovated numerous times into ...

Liangping Airport

Liangping Airport, also called Liangshan Airport, is a former dual-use military and civil airport, located north of Liangping District in Chongqing Municipality, China. It served the city of Wanxian from July 1988 until May 2003, when all civil f ...

Nanchang Laoyingfang Airport

Nanchang Laoyingfang Airport was a military air base and the first airport in Nanchang, the capital of Jiangxi Province, China. Constructed in 1929, it was one of the four major air bases of the Republic of China Air Force in the 1930s. Laoyingfa ...

Nanchang Qingyunpu Airport

Nanchang Qingyunpu Airport, also known as Sanjiadian Airport, is an airport in Qingyunpu District of Nanchang, Jiangxi, China. Originally constructed for use by the Republic of China Air Force, it was the largest airport in China when opened in 1 ...

Nanchang Xiangtang Airport

Nanchang Xiangtang Airport, or Xiangtang Air Base, is a military airbase in Xiangtang, Nanchang, Jiangxi, China. It also served as the main civil airport of Nanchang from 1957 until 1999, when all commercial flights were transferred to the new Na ...

Nanjing Dajiaochang Airport

Nanjing Dajiaochang Airport was a military air base that also served as the main public airport for Nanjing, capital of Jiangsu Province and former capital of the Republic of China. It is located 6.2 kilometres south of Xinjiekou, the center of N ...

Qiemo Airport (former)

Qiemo Airport was an airport serving Qiemo Town in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, China. After passenger service to the airport ended in 2011, a 2012 CAAC report stated that Qiemo Airport had been closed. It was replaced by Qiemo Yudu Airport ...

Qinhuangdao Shanhaiguan Airport

Qinhuangdao Shanhaiguan Airport is a military airport in Qinhuangdao, Hebei Province, China. It is located in Shanhaiguan District, 15 kilometres from the city center. From 1985 to 2016 Shanhaiguan Airport also served as the civilian airport for ...

Shanghai Jiangwan Airport

Shanghai Jiangwan Airport was an airport located in Yangpu District of northeast Shanghai, China. It was closed in 1994 and the site has been redeveloped into the New Jiangwan City neighbourhood.

Shanghai Longhua Airport

Shanghai Longhua Airport, then called Shanghai Lunghwa Airport, is the site of a converted general aviation airport and PLAAF airfield located south of downtown Shanghai, China, on the bank of the Huangpu River. It was opened in the 1930s with a ...

Xian Xiguan Airport

Xian Xiguan Airport is the former airport serving Xian, capital of Chinas Shaanxi Province. It was closed on 1 September 1991, when all flights were transferred to the new Xian Xianyang International Airport.

Yibin Caiba Airport

Yibin Caiba Airport is a military and former public airport in the city of Yibin in southern Sichuan province of China. Located in the town of Caiba in Cuiping District, the airport was opened on 16 December 1992. In 2011 Yibin Caiba Airport serv ...

Lundtofte Flyveplads

Lundtofte Flyveplads is a former airport for both military and civilian use. Currently, the Technical University of Denmark is built on the site. The airport opened in 1917 and the last flight was in 1959.

Værlose Air Base

Værlose Air Base Danish: Værlose Flyveplads) is a former Royal Danish Air Force air base located just south of Værlose, Fureso Municipality, 20 kilometres northwest of central Copenhagen, Denmark.