Difference between revisions of "Main Page"

From SpottersWiki
Jump to: navigation, search
(Featured Airport)
Line 35: Line 35:
  
 
[[Image:Qantas 767 vhogo 180605 G edited.jpg|center|200px]]<br />
 
[[Image:Qantas 767 vhogo 180605 G edited.jpg|center|200px]]<br />
<div align="center">Photo by [[User:QantasA330|QantasA330]]</div>
+
<div align="center">Photo by [[User:QantasA332|QantasA332]]</div>
  
 
'''Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport''' is the main airport for Sydney, Australia. Founded in 1920, it is Australia's largest airport and is the world's oldest continually operated commercial airport. The airport is named after Sir Charles Kingsford Smith, the famous aviator who was the first to fly across the Pacific Ocean. Home to Qantas Airways, Sydney Airport is also regularly served by over 50 other airlines, domestic and international. Currently, more than 26 million passengers pass through the airport each year.
 
'''Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport''' is the main airport for Sydney, Australia. Founded in 1920, it is Australia's largest airport and is the world's oldest continually operated commercial airport. The airport is named after Sir Charles Kingsford Smith, the famous aviator who was the first to fly across the Pacific Ocean. Home to Qantas Airways, Sydney Airport is also regularly served by over 50 other airlines, domestic and international. Currently, more than 26 million passengers pass through the airport each year.

Revision as of 04:47, 21 February 2006

Welcome to SpottersWiki.com:
The Ultimate Airport Spotting Guide.
This site provides a guide to locations for viewing, spotting, and photographing aircraft at airports worldwide.

Sign up FREE and contribute!

You can add, edit and correct info on this site.
Make sure your local airport is updated!

To find an airport, select a continent
or use the search box on the left

 

Featured Airport

Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport (SYD/YSSY)
Qantas 767 vhogo 180605 G edited.jpg

Photo by QantasA332

Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport is the main airport for Sydney, Australia. Founded in 1920, it is Australia's largest airport and is the world's oldest continually operated commercial airport. The airport is named after Sir Charles Kingsford Smith, the famous aviator who was the first to fly across the Pacific Ocean. Home to Qantas Airways, Sydney Airport is also regularly served by over 50 other airlines, domestic and international. Currently, more than 26 million passengers pass through the airport each year.

Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport


If you're ready to contribute to SpottersWiki, visit the Help page.
If you want to see a couple of sample articles, you can check out the articles on San Diego International Airport and Gothenburg City Airport.
Not sure what article to start with? Try the Wanted Articles page.

You can also visit our discussion Forum. Site-related announcements of interest to SpottersWiki contributors are generally made there.