View Full Version : The Jetblast 'Airfield With The Most Amusing Name' Competition..

23rd Feb 2004, 03:52
Preferably with a bit of schoolboy innuendo thrown in.

My entries..

Pluff Mudfield

Bonebender (oooer)


Boggybottoms (my personal favourite)



Wayne Wonderworld...

23rd Feb 2004, 04:51
NICE Côte d'Azur (self-proclaimed)
FAA'A Tahiti (Federal Aviation Administration 'A' rated?)

woops, forgot the innuendo, sorry!

23rd Feb 2004, 07:54
Pierre Elliot Trudeau International Airport, Montreal Canada. :yuk: :yuk: :yuk::mad:

Cyclic Hotline
23rd Feb 2004, 10:56
Mudhole Smith - Cordova, Alaska!:cool:

23rd Feb 2004, 17:22
"Flying Cow Farm" airport (Lat. 39.15.50 N Long. 77.39.15 W).

Getting there can also be quite an interesting experience.

Like the arrival fixes around Tampa, in order, are BRNUM, BALEY, BGTOP, GIRLI, SHOWW.


Portsmouth, NH: RNAV Rwy 16 Approach fixes: ITAWT ITAWA PUDYE TTATT

Flying Lawyer
23rd Feb 2004, 18:10
Waypoints, not airfields, but amusing nonetheless .....

The Instrument Approach Procedure for Portsmouth, New Hampshire has some unusual waypoint names.
In order, they are:
Make sure no-one's listening (or they'll think you've gone mad) and read them out loud as quickly as you can.
The 'Missed Approach' fix is: IDEED ! ;)

Near Boston are DRUNK, BOSOX, and DREEM. (Bosox being the local name for the Boston Red Sox baseball team.)
I've been told there are waypoints in Vermont named HAMMM, BURGR, FRYYS, but I can't confirm that one.

Sorry - Just noticed Capt KAOS posted the first one while I was trying to find out if the Vermont names are true.

Boss Raptor
23rd Feb 2004, 18:35
Not a name but ICAO code - Libreville - FOOL

23rd Feb 2004, 18:48
Heard about an intersection called VPOOP, dunno where it is?

Fl.L. I think they call it the "tweety bird approach."?

Flying Lawyer
23rd Feb 2004, 20:34
Capt K

I think it's 'Tweety Pie' approach - song from the Sylvester and Tweety Pie cartoons.

VPOOP is in Maryland.

Wish I could remember things that matter as well as I remember trivia. :D

Mr Chips
23rd Feb 2004, 22:13
Sticking with the ICAO theme, am I right in thinking that Little Rock Arkansas (home to Ex President Clinton) enjoys the code KLIT?

Rather apt one feels


23rd Feb 2004, 23:14
Well, it is a country, not a kingdom isn't it Chips!?

I find I can't say Regina without smirking!

23rd Feb 2004, 23:29

Why do you need to say Regina???

Or are you getting ready for the "Regina vs Jerricho" case after the MIL has disappeared??

24th Feb 2004, 00:34
Surely Cockermouth has to be in the running!

Cockermouth Airfield, in Cumbria, England is at 543751N 032210W. That was a bit of a mouthfull.............

DX Wombat
24th Feb 2004, 00:37
Again not the actual name but the code, Wooleen Station in West Australia has the code YWEE ;)

24th Feb 2004, 00:38
DM, as I am soon to move to the wilds of Manitoba, it won't be that far away, and I can't wait to see a west bound Shorts to slip into Regina!!!

24th Feb 2004, 02:09
No contest - Little Snoring :O

24th Feb 2004, 02:20
Has anyone here ever flown from Sleap to Little Snoring, or vice versa? How great would that be to have in your log book? That's my aim this summer. :ok:

24th Feb 2004, 02:31
There's always Aars (EKVH).

But my favourite is Batman (LTCJ). :ok: