Airmarking

 
 
 



Airmarking is done to identify airports by painting the name of an airport on a ramp or taxi way. It may also be the painting of a compass rose on a ramp to be used to 'swing a compass' in an aircraft. For the history of airmarking see the airmarking page on the International website.

Our most recent event was at Granby Airport (GNB) on August 1, 2020. Photos of that event will be coming soon!

If you would like more information on airmarking or would like to make arrangements to have one done at your airport, please contact our Airmarking Chairman, Stephanie Wells, or Sarah Denton.

 

The organization's purpose is to engage in strictly educational, charitable and/or scientific activities and purposes, and particularly to promote aeronautical science and safety. We provide many educational and safety activities.

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