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Gainesville Regional Airport
|Continent: North America||Country: United States||Region: Florida|
|Gainesville Regional Airport|
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Official Spotting Locations
There is a small parking lot with a picnic table located just south of the flight service station, near the intersection of runway 7 and runway 11. From Waldo Rd, turn onto NE 47th avenue (following the "general aviation" signs), then take an immediate right turn (onto NE 40th Terrace). Proceed south - the road ends at the parking area. Be sure not to block the gate.
Other Spotting Locations
Locations to Avoid
Commercial Airlines and Aircraft
|Delta Connection||CRJ-200 (operated by ExpressJet), CRJ-900 (operated by ExpressJet)|
|American Eagle||CRJ-200 (operated by PSA Airlines), CRJ-700 (operated by PSA Airlines), E145|
Assorted sports charters during football season: lots of 737s and 757s, occasionally even a 767.
In addition, GNV is a popular destination for training flights: civilian, Navy, and Air Force - with a wide variety of aircraft.