Milano Linate Airport

Historical approach and aerodrome charts

Aeroporto di Milano Linate: Carte di avvicinamento

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Location Indicator: LIML

In the 1950s

Range approach chart runway 30 Milano Linate Airport, Italy 1953
Range approach runway 30 (November 1953) - At the location of the Range LZ there is also an Non-Directional Beacon LY, which transmits on the same frequency 386 kHz when the Range is out of operation., (Source: US DoD)
Map of Milano Linate Airport, Italy 1953
Airport map (November 1953) - Runway 12/30 has a length of 920 m (3,018 feet) and is partially covered with perforated steel plates (PSP). To the east is the artificial lake Idroscalo with a seaplane landing site (anchor symbol). To the north is the marshalling yard 'Stazione di Milano Smistamento'. The facilities of today's airport are located south of the former runway 12/30., (Source: US DoD)

Source for all maps, if not marked otherwise: US Department of Defense (US DoD)


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