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1. Aviation History Took Flight at Fairfax Aviation History Took Flight at Fairfax May 5, 2010 Postcard image and short article about the history of the Fairfax Industrial District, Fairfax Airport and Aircraft Assembly Plant. The Fairfax Airport opened in 1928 and was the primary airmail departure...

2. Fairfax Airport Fairfax Airport Photos and information on the Fairfax Industrial Airport, or Fairfax Airport, located on the Kansas side of the Missouri River across from the Downtown Airport, or Municipal Airport.

3. Introducing Fairfax Airport Introducing Fairfax Airport December/18/1928 Report on Fairfax Industrial Airport, "Greater Kansas City's privately operated avaiton center."

4. Kansas City Military Airports Kansas City Military Airports 1999 One page of the history of military airports in Kansas City and vicinity, starting with Richards Field in 1922 and continuing with the Sherman Army Airfield at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, in 1923; Fairfax...

5. Municipal Airport, Hangars Municipal Airport, Hangars circa 1950 Image looks west across Missouri River to Fairfax Industrial District. Shows runways in the foreground and airplane hangars in the center of the frame. Signs on hangars identify them as belonging to Executive...

6. The Fairfax Airport and Its Role in World War II The Fairfax Airport and Its Role in World War II 2006 Article describes the various uses and occupants of the Fairfax Airport and industrial area from the time of the land's purchase by Guy Stanley in the early 1920's, to the airport's closure at midnight...