Punta Gorda Airport Version 1.0
We’re pleased to inform you, of course with the approval of NAPS Freddy De Pues, their new Floridian airport Punta Gorda for X-Plane 11.
Punta Gorda Airport (IATA: PGD, ICAO: KPGD, FAA LID: PGD) is a public airport three miles southeast of Punta Gorda, in Charlotte County, Florida. It is owned by the Charlotte County Airport Authority and was formerly called Charlotte County Airport. The airport has mainly been used by single engine and small jet aircraft, but has recently seen more scheduled airline service, with numerous flights offered by Allegiant Air, and some by Frontier Airlines. The airport is home to the Florida International Air Show, an annual event which has featured various military demonstration teams, such as the United States Navy‘s Flight Demonstration Squadron, the “Blue Angels“; the “U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds“; and the United States Army‘s “Sky Soldiers” (173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team) Cobra helicopter team.
The airport has been home to the Florida International Air Show for over 35 years. The Air Show is a 501(c)4 Florida non profit operated wholly by several hundred volunteers that include airport staff. Each year, the Air Show donates proceeds to various local charities that provide their volunteers for the set up, operations, and break down of the annual event. As of November 2016, the Air Show has donated $2.9 Million to these local, working charities.
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