Across

  • 6-letter word. Clue: Strip for landings and takeoffs
  • 5-letter word. Clue: Area used for loading or unloading passengers and baggage
  • 9-letter word. Clue: Facilities within the terminal not essential for passenger processing but simply the flow of people
  • 2-letter word. Clue: Raytheon home (abbr.)
  • 2-letter word. Clue: The state where Willow Run Airport is located (abbr.)
  • 6-letter word. Clue: One of the most influential scientists of all time (last name)
  • 2-letter word. Clue: Tail letters
  • 2-letter word. Clue: Type of computer (abbr.)
  • 2-letter word. Clue: Medical pro
  • 2-letter word. Clue: Hall of Fame center-fielder for the Yankees in the ’50s and ’60s (abbr.)
  • 3-letter word. Clue: Large South Fla. airport
  • 2-letter word. Clue: Museum in Wamego, Kansas, based upon Dorothy’s dream
  • 2-letter word. Clue: Aide to professors (init.)
  • 3-letter word. Clue: Org. of insurance agents, brokers and companies
  • 4-letter word. Clue: Leave out
  • 2-letter word. Clue: Capitol city
  • 4-letter word. Clue: Wife of Charles Lindbergh, who accompanied him on many flights
  • 5-letter word. Clue: Aircraft manufacturing pioneer
  • 4-letter word. Clue: Block of time allocated for takeoff and landing
  • 2-letter word. Clue: Austrian pioneer of rocket power and interplanetary navigation (init.)
  • 5-letter word. Clue: Highest-paid film actress in the 1930s who died in a plane crash in 1942
  • 3-letter word. Clue: Thompson Airport in Manitoba, Canada
  • 3-letter word. Clue: Introduces a pseudonym (abbr.)
  • 3-letter word. Clue: Eat
  • 2-letter word. Clue: Computer brainpower
  • 2-letter word. Clue: Arguably, America’s greatest inventor (init.)
  • 2-letter word. Clue: Technical deg.
  • 4-letter word. Clue: Branch of service
  • 3-letter word. Clue: Chicago public transportation system
  • 3-letter word. Clue: Land of immigrants
  • 2-letter word. Clue: Early associate of Count Von Zeppelin, who headed the company in later years (init.)
  • 5-letter word. Clue: Gap

Down

  • 4-letter word. Clue: Area used for refueling, parking and maintenance of aircraft
  • 6-letter word. Clue: Frequencies authorized for aeronautical advisory service to private aircraft
  • 2-letter word. Clue: First sustained aircraft flight took place in this state
  • 4-letter word. Clue: , ,blank space, , rose. Airport diagram showing frequency and velocity of air flow from all compass directions
  • 5-letter word. Clue: , ,blank space, , areas of airspace that contain a high volume of pilot training or an unusual type of aerial activity
  • 3-letter word. Clue: Airport designator for Kelowna airport in BC, Canada
  • 5-letter word. Clue: Smell
  • 3-letter word. Clue: Airport designator for Piedmont Municipal Airport
  • 4-letter word. Clue: Most common ground-based electronic navigational aid found in the U.S. today
  • 4-letter word. Clue: Advisory organization prior to NASA
  • 3-letter word. Clue: Convenient way to get cash (abbr.)
  • 5-letter word. Clue: Associate of Langley who designed the water-cooled engine and flew the Aerodrome unsuccessfully in 1903
  • 3-letter word. Clue: Mail code
  • 4-letter word. Clue: French airplane pioneer who flew his √Čole in a series of short hops in 1890
  • 3-letter word. Clue: Difference in speed caused by changes in density at different altitudes
  • 7-letter word. Clue: Annual convention of experimental aircraft is held in this city
  • 7-letter word. Clue: Evidence or receipt of the purchase of a ride on an airplane (plural)
  • 5-letter word. Clue: A wind component that is a right angle to the longitudinal axis of the runway
  • 6-letter word. Clue: Advisories to airmen concerning the condition, change, or hazards in the National Airspace System regarding flight operations
  • 7-letter word. Clue: Moral
  • 3-letter word. Clue: Largest international U.S. flag carrier from 1927 to its collapse in 1991
  • 2-letter word. Clue: Fully accredited, Christian-based university in Longwood, Texas, that offers aviation degrees (init.)
  • 3-letter word. Clue: Air traffic flow control through towers and route traffic facilities (abbr.)
  • 2-letter word. Clue: Big Ten engineering school in Indiana with an aviation program (abbr.)
  • 3-letter word. Clue: Large star in our sky
  • 2-letter word. Clue: Superseded the A&E cert. for mechanics
  • 2-letter word. Clue: Large, multi-national electronics corporation among top 20 firms in the U.S. by revenue

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