Milan Malpensa Airport

Historical approach and aerodrome charts

Aeroporto di Milano-Malpensa: Carte di avvicinamento

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In the 1950s

Range approach chart Milan Malpensa Airport, Italy 1951
Range approach (January 1951) - The map also shows the airfields of Turbigo, Venegono and Vergiate. At Sesto Calende at the southern end of the Lago Maggiore, an anchor symbol indicates a seaplane base., (Source: US DoD)
NDB approach chart Milan Malpensa Airport, Italy 1951
NDB approach (January 1951), (Source: US DoD)
Airport map Milan Malpensa Airport, Italy 1951
Airport map (January 1951) - The runway length is given in feet: 1,996 m (6,550 feet), (Source: US DoD)
Range approach chart Milan Malpensa Airport, Italy 1953
Range approach (October 1953) - The non-directional radio beacon is now located at the Range and transmits on the same frequency 363 kHz when the Range is out of operation. Turbigo is now represented as a military airfield and Cameri is shown., (Source: US DoD)
Airport map Milan Malpensa Airport, Italy 1953
Airport map (October 1953) - The runway length is now 1,998 m (6,555 feet)., (Source: US DoD)

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


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