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Are there streets that are shared with small airplanes?



 
 
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Old December 16th 11, 07:01 PM posted to rec.aviation.misc
Ramon F. Herrera
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Default Are there streets that are shared with small airplanes?


Ages ago, I saw in a TV documentary an aviation community; the homes
had extra-wide, dual purpose "hangarages". I thought it was something
unique, but now I know that there are LOTS of them, of all kinds. The
remarkable feature was that some of the streets were shared between
cars and airplanes. IOW: Not all homes were adjacent to the runway.

http://www.aviationacres.com/

There are 2 conflicting requirements he

- A very long, narrow land would minimize the distance from hangar to
runway.

- A square (ish) land would minimize the distances between neighbors.

-Ramon

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