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User currently offlinetsra From United States of America, joined Feb 2007, 215 posts, RR: 0
Posted (2 years 1 week 2 hours ago) and read 10261 times:

I am doing a report on airport name changes and need some help. I have spent countless hours doing Google searches but am not getting enough information, so I turn to you in Airliners.net land. What I am looking for are airports that have changed their name from a name sake to the city where the airport is located. An example would be the push to rename McCarren International to Las Vegas International. Thanks for your expertise.

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User currently offlinePacNWjet From United States of America, joined Sep 2000, 980 posts, RR: 0
Reply 1, posted (2 years 1 week 2 hours ago) and read 10217 times:

When United States Senator Henry "Scoop" Jackson died in 1983 Seattle-Tacoma International Airport was briefly changed to Henry M. Jackson International Airport to honor the late senator. While Jackson was a revered politician in the state of Washington, many people feared that removing the cities of Seattle and Tacoma from the name of the airport would jeopardize the ability of the airport to market itself as a convenient gateway to the two major metropolitan areas in northwestern Washington state. The name soon reverted to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Here is how the United States Navy website devoted to Senator Jackson's memory describes the course of events:

With his death in office, the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport was initially renamed Henry M. Jackson International Airport, but political resistance to the change led to this being reversed in favor of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. It wasn't that the public didn't want to honor the late Senator, but rather leaders in both Seattle and Tacoma (Tacoma, in particular), fearing the loss of convention business, demanded that their cities name be included in the name of the airport. The airport lies between the two cities in the municipality of SeaTac.

Source: http://www.jackson.navy.mil/senator.html


User currently onlineViscount724 From Switzerland, joined Oct 2006, 25462 posts, RR: 22
Reply 2, posted (2 years 1 week 2 hours ago) and read 10189 times:

BWI was originally known as Friendship International Airport (code then was BAL). It changed to Baltimore/Washington International Airport in 1973 (and code was changed to BWI) to make the area served more obvious. In 2005 it officially changed to Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport for the former Supreme Court justice, but with the focus still on the names of the cities.

User currently offlineFWAERJ From United States of America, joined Jun 2006, 3756 posts, RR: 2
Reply 3, posted (2 years 1 week 1 hour ago) and read 10058 times:

I can name three examples in my home state of Indiana: FWA, IND, and GYY.

FWA (Fort Wayne International Airport) was originally known as Baer Field after WWI military pilot Lt. Paul Baer. Interestingly, the Baer Field name transfered over from a smaller airport on the north side of Fort Wayne that is now known as Smith Field (IATA designator SMD) and is still in operation today. FWA's name was changed to Fort Wayne International Airport in 1991 to reflect a new customs facility for cargo. Despite the 1991 name change, many people here still call FWA by its original name of Baer Field. At the same time FWA was renamed, the terminal was renamed the Lt. Paul Baer Terminal to continue honoring Mr. Baer.

IND (Indianapolis International Airport) was originally known as Weir Cook Airport after another famous WWI military pilot. The name was changed to the current name around 1967. However, when the current terminal opened in 2008, it was named the Weir Cook Terminal, and the road that the IND terminal sits on is Weir Cook Boulevard. Although there was a push in Indy to change the name back to Weir Cook Airport prior to the terminal opening, IND's name remains Indianapolis International Airport.

GYY (Gary/Chicago Airport) was known as Gary Regional Airport until 1995. That year, the Chicago-Gary Airport Compact was signed between the cities of Chicago and Gary, which created the Chicago-Gary Airport Authority in response to the State of Illinois's (still-unrealized) plans for an airport in Peotone, which the City of Chicago opposed and continues to oppose. The compact also necessitated a name change to Gary/Chicago Airport.



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User currently offlineiFlyLOTs From United States of America, joined Apr 2012, 488 posts, RR: 0
Reply 4, posted (2 years 1 week ago) and read 9925 times:

Chicago Executive Airport changed its name from Palwaukee Municipal Airport. Its original name was taken from the two roads it was near, Palatine Road and Milwaukee Avenue. The reasoning behind it, I personally am not quite sure, but my guess is it was something to do with wanting to cater more to the Chicagoland area.


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User currently offlinetsra From United States of America, joined Feb 2007, 215 posts, RR: 0
Reply 5, posted (2 years 1 week ago) and read 9911 times:

Great examples and exactly what I was looking for! Keep them coming please.

User currently offlinedtw9 From United States of America, joined Sep 2003, 1160 posts, RR: 2
Reply 6, posted (2 years 1 week ago) and read 9902 times:

Wayne County Major became Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport

User currently offlineaussie747 From Australia, joined Aug 2003, 1163 posts, RR: 0
Reply 7, posted (2 years 1 week ago) and read 9892 times:

just to name a further few. google searches may net a few further and expnad on why these were changed.. But yes informational is not as forthcoming as I thought it would.

JNB was changed from Jan Smuts International Airport to OR Tambo International on October 2006
LIT will change its name from Little Rock National (Adams Field) Airport to Bill & Hillary Clinton National Airport soon.
LPL - Liverpool Airport changed its name to Liverpool John Lennon Airport in 2001
BLR - Bangalore International Airport will change its name to Bengaluru Nadaprabhu Kempegowda International Airport, has just been approved this year
DAC - Dacca International Airport has changed it's name from Zia Interntional Airport to Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in 2010


User currently offlineN766UA From United States of America, joined Jul 1999, 8294 posts, RR: 23
Reply 8, posted (2 years 1 week ago) and read 9876 times:

I believe SBN, now South Bend Regional Airport, used to be Michiana Regional. Not a huge leap, but Michiana is the little-known colloquial name for the region SBN is a part of.


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User currently offline777fan From United States of America, joined Jan 2006, 2503 posts, RR: 2
Reply 9, posted (2 years 1 week ago) and read 9852 times:

ORD's IATA code was derived from its original name: Orchard Field. It was originally built as a Douglas manufacturing field during WWII and named after a nearby farming hamlet. It was subsequently converted to a civilian airport after the war (its remote location enabled it to accommodate jets that needed more space than MDW's "carrier deck"). It was named after Medal of Honor recipient Capt. Butch O'Hare in 1949 after a strong push by Robert McCormack (of Chicago Tribune fame).

AUS is another one of sorts, although it's really named after the former Air Force Base it was built upon/converted from after the first round of BRAC in the 90s. It's arguably one of the best BRAC conversion examples in the country (I'd also add GNAS to that list although its conversion was commercial/residential and did not involve aviation).

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User currently offlineB6JFKH81 From United States of America, joined Mar 2006, 2891 posts, RR: 7
Reply 10, posted (2 years 1 week ago) and read 9850 times:

JFK went the opposite direction LOL. From Idlewild Field to New York International Airport to JFK.


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User currently offlineJBAirwaysFan From United States of America, joined May 2009, 1018 posts, RR: 0
Reply 11, posted (2 years 6 days 23 hours ago) and read 9832 times:

ATL: The William B. Hartsfield-Atlanta International Airport became Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport


PNS is now Pensacola International Airport.

VPS went from Okaloosa Regional Airport to Northwest Florida Regional Airport in 2008.



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User currently onlineairliner371 From United States of America, joined Aug 2012, 1400 posts, RR: 2
Reply 12, posted (2 years 6 days 23 hours ago) and read 9832 times:

MKE has not but is looking at adding Chicago to their name to help get Chicago travelers.
Milwaukee/Chicago General Mitchell International Airport.



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User currently offlinetymnbalewne From Bermuda, joined Mar 2005, 951 posts, RR: 1
Reply 13, posted (2 years 6 days 23 hours ago) and read 9766 times:

BDA was originally Kindley Field, (named after a US Aviator with the 'reversed' name of Field Kindley!). The airport was a joint military (US)/civilian airport. When the US Military left, the name of the airport became Bermuda International. Now it's named "L. F. Wade International Airport", named for a local politician.


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User currently offlineFWAERJ From United States of America, joined Jun 2006, 3756 posts, RR: 2
Reply 14, posted (2 years 6 days 23 hours ago) and read 9760 times:

Quoting N766UA (Reply 8):

I believe SBN, now South Bend Regional Airport, used to be Michiana Regional. Not a huge leap, but Michiana is the little-known colloquial name for the region SBN is a part of.

For a while in the 1990s, SBN was actually called Michiana Regional Transportation Center... SBN didn't want to be seen as simply an airport. The reason for that name change was because SBN was the first true multimodal airport in the US. Some airports are linked to commuter rail (not light rail or subway) stations via bus, but SBN was the first airport in the US to have a commuter rail station next door to their terminal. SBN is home to the eastern terminus of the South Shore Line commuter trains to downtown Chicago and is also the local home for Greyhound and Coach USA (the latter operating to ORD and MDW) buses.

The name change didn't fly (pun intended), and within a few years, SBN was back to the name South Bend Regional Airport. Nevertheless, the South Shore trains and Coach USA/Greyhound buses are still there, but air service is getting top billing (most recently with F9 to DEN).



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User currently offlinestrandedinbgm From United States of America, joined Jul 2007, 349 posts, RR: 0
Reply 15, posted (2 years 6 days 23 hours ago) and read 9745 times:

BGM.

From Wiki:

The airport was originally named Broome County Airport and that name remained through the 1970s. It was later renamed to honor the inventor of the aircraft instrument simulator, the Link Trainer, as Edwin A. Link Field-Broome County Airport, a name it kept until the 1990s when it was again renamed to the Binghamton Regional Airport. The name Greater Binghamton Airport was chosen in 2003 to match the area's new marketing campaign under a unified name. The field on which the airport lies is still named in Link's honor.



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User currently offlineanonms From United States of America, joined Dec 2007, 620 posts, RR: 0
Reply 16, posted (2 years 6 days 23 hours ago) and read 9747 times:

TPE used to be Chiang Kai-Shek International Airport (named after the former president of the Republic of China) but, for political reasons (let's just say he was rather disliked by particular demographics in Taiwan for good reasons), was renamed to "Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport".


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User currently offlineAWACSooner From United States of America, joined Jan 2008, 1920 posts, RR: 1
Reply 17, posted (2 years 6 days 23 hours ago) and read 9729 times:

Quoting aussie747 (Reply 7):
LIT will change its name from Little Rock National (Adams Field) Airport to Bill & Hillary Clinton National Airport soon.

REALLY?!?!?!? Nothing political, that name just sounds DUMB!


User currently offlinemidex461 From United States of America, joined Feb 2000, 282 posts, RR: 1
Reply 18, posted (2 years 6 days 23 hours ago) and read 9718 times:

Back in 1998, there was an attempt to rename PHX in honor of Sen. Barry Goldwater. Phoenix Goldwater International. Resistance led the city to compromise, a la DCA, with Goldwater Sky Harbor Int'l, before finally giving up. It was kind of redundant, as Terminal 4, the airports largest, is already named the Barry Goldwater Terminal.
Then there's the drama of AZA. Originally, it was Williams Gateway Airport as a holdover from the days when it was Williams AFB, but, to attract airlines, it was changed to Phoenix-Mesa Gateway. According to the authorities, it was also done to clear up confusion about where the airport is. There's a small town west of FLG called Williams, and they felt pax would think they were flying there as opposed to the PHX area.



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User currently offlinelat41 From United States of America, joined Jun 2004, 472 posts, RR: 0
Reply 19, posted (2 years 6 days 23 hours ago) and read 9696 times:

PVD was originally Hillsgrove, named after the mostly agrarian section of Warwick RI where it was built. Theodore Francis Green became Providence's official name in 1961 taken from the late senator.

User currently offlineFWAERJ From United States of America, joined Jun 2006, 3756 posts, RR: 2
Reply 20, posted (2 years 6 days 23 hours ago) and read 9682 times:

Quoting AWACSooner (Reply 17):
Quoting aussie747 (Reply 7):
LIT will change its name from Little Rock National (Adams Field) Airport to Bill & Hillary Clinton National Airport soon.

REALLY?!?!?!? Nothing political, that name just sounds DUMB!

I suspect that along those lines, we should watch for DFW to be renamed "Dallas/Fort Worth George W. Bush International Airport". Which could easily be confused with IAH's name of "Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport" (though, to be fair, both did come from Texas).

No politics here, just predicting future names.



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User currently offlineAWACSooner From United States of America, joined Jan 2008, 1920 posts, RR: 1
Reply 21, posted (2 years 6 days 23 hours ago) and read 9676 times:

Quoting FWAERJ (Reply 20):
I suspect that along those lines, we should watch for DFW to be renamed "Dallas/Fort Worth George W. Bush International Airport". Which could easily be confused with IAH's name of "Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport" (though, to be fair, both did come from Texas).

No politics here, just predicting future names.

I think you're on to something...although, by that logic, LBJ should've had an airport by now!


User currently offlinetharanga From United States of America, joined Apr 2009, 1865 posts, RR: 1
Reply 22, posted (2 years 6 days 22 hours ago) and read 9635 times:

Quoting tsra (Thread starter):
What I am looking for are airports that have changed their name from a name sake to the city where the airport is located

So, to clarify - you are only looking for changes from an airport named after a person, to an airport named after the market it is serving?


User currently onlinemjgbtv From United States of America, joined Jan 2008, 858 posts, RR: 0
Reply 23, posted (2 years 6 days 22 hours ago) and read 9629 times:

MSY
MCO (partially)
DEN (both ways)

Just pick any airport whose code does not seem to have any relation to the location or current name and you are likely to find someone's name in the origin.


User currently offlinebrenintw From Taiwan, joined Jul 2006, 1656 posts, RR: 1
Reply 24, posted (2 years 6 days 22 hours ago) and read 9590 times:

Quoting aussie747 (Reply 7):
JNB was changed from Jan Smuts International Airport to OR Tambo International on October 2006

It's actually more complicated than that ...

JNB went from Jan Smuts to Johannesburg International to O. R. Tambo.

I unfortunately don't know the years of the changes, but I distinctly remember flying into and out of "Johannesburg International" in the late 90s / early 2000s.



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25 fxra : I was wondering the same thing. Are you looking for changes like.. RFD changing from Greater Rockford Airport to Northwest Chicagoland Regional Airpo
26 deltaffindfw : MSP used to be Wold-Chamberlain Field. Technically, today it is Minneapolis-St Paul/Wold-Chamberlain Intl Airport but no one seems to use it (except f
27 LoneStarMike : True, and IIRC Austin's previous airport was simply called Robert Mueller Municipal Airport. (Austin wasn't part of the official name.) When Bergstro
28 ERJ170 : Hmmm.. Here's one.. EWN (New Bern, NC) went the following way.. New Bern Airport --> Simmons-Knott New Bern Airport --> Craven County Regional A
29 Post contains links and images 71Zulu : MSY 1946 - Moisant Field opens to commercial airline operations 1961 - name changed to New Orleans International Airport 2001 - name changed to Louis
30 Post contains images PlanesNTrains : I'm thankful that the Henry M Jackson title was short-lived in Seattle. Sometimes we rename things as some sort of feel-good exercise without thinking
31 Post contains images rampart : I have to ask, if you are doing a report, don't you have to cite some authoritative references? "Nerds on Airliners.net" may be authoritative (at lea
32 RogerThat : BGW - Baghdad International was originally named Saddam International.
33 LoneStarMike : But once he gets the answers here, he can then go back and google the individual airports and get his sources there. He said he is looking for airpor
34 brenintw : CPT was the HF Verwoed Airport, then became Cape Town International.
35 Post contains links LoneStarMike : Nashville International Airport is another one Source: History of Nashville International Airport GEG (Spokane International Airport) is another one.
36 ju068 : I think Athens could be mentioned here. Previous official name was Ellinikon International Airport and then when the new airport was opened in 2001 it
37 Kcrwflyer : CRW - Kanawha Airport until 1985, then renamed to Yeager Airport in honor of Chuck Yeager.
38 rampart : Ellinikon is named for the city in which it's located. Somewhat like Heathrow or Orly. That airport did not actually change its name, it simply decom
39 thijs1984 : RTM / Rotterdam - The Hague Airport was renamed at least 2 times It opened in 1955 as Luchthaven Zestienhoven Was later (in the 90's) renamed to Rotte
40 tayser : for any Australian, or person who has knowledge of the subject: SYD. How long has it been known as KSIA (Kingsford Smith International Airport)? SYD,
41 migair54 : Zanzibar Airport in Tanzania recently change from Kisauni intl to Abeid Ameni Karume Intl, as usual for a politician.... something that i will never u
42 Post contains images point2point : I'm not quite sure that this is exactly what you want, but I guess that I could throw this in there. As we know, before 1995, Denver had Stapleton Int
43 tsra : My focus was on a change from a name to the city/region the airport serves. However, a change from an old airbase to the city served is perfectly fin
44 tsra : Haha. I was going to say "experts on Airliners.net"!
45 neutrino : The Philippines' Clark International Airport at the former Clark Air Base was renamed the tongue-twisting Diosdado Macapagal International Airport in
46 milesrich : Actually, the Atlanta Municipal Airport was originally known as Candler Field after the Race Track originally built on the site by Coca Cola's Asa Ca
47 Post contains links PacNWjet : Well, not exactly. The subject of the evolution of the name of Kennedy Airport in New York came up in another thread a couple of years ago: Why Was I
48 ckfred : I think ORD was an airport before WWII. It was known as Orchard Field and Orchard Place Field. Then, the Douglas plant was built. Just to make things
49 FlyPeoria : PEORIA, ILLINOIS (PIA) has had several formal names in its 80-year history. It opened in December 1932 as "Peoria Municipal Airport." At first, the ai
50 Stapleton : One of the more recent name changes was for the airport serving Bozeman, Montana (BZN). They changed their name last December from Gallatin Field to B
51 boeing727 : Louisville Standiford Field was renamed to Louisville International Airport in 1995... Boeing727
52 NorthStarDC4M : Well most recently around here, YTZ: Hanlan's Point Airfield (1930s) to Islands Airport (1941) to RNAF Little Norway (42-45) to Toronto Island Airport
53 VC10DC10 : This is correct -- but, fun trivia: the site of Wold-Chamberlain was originally an auto racetrack that became an airfield known as Speedway Field. Ba
54 FlyPIJets : ROA ROA went from Woodrum Field to Roanoke Regional Airport. Locally, rather than officially, people really said they were head to Woodrum to pick up
55 turk223 : I think the Caribbean region has to be noted! I left off the words "airport" or "international airport" in the names... We sure love to honour those p
56 manu : YYZ was originally Malton Airport. Malton Airport remained until October 18, 1960 when it changed to Toronto International Airport.
57 Post contains links vatveng : RIC - Formerly known as Richard E. Byrd Airport, it opened in 1927 and was named in honor of the Virginia-born (and brother of then Virginia governor
58 RyDawg82 : ANC - In 2000, went from being Anchorage International Airport to the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport. The ANC VOR identifier was even rec
59 greggariouspdx : JAN Jackson, Mississippi is now Medgar Evers International, named after a slain Civil Rights Leader. There was much talk in Dallas when Tom Landry pas
60 Post contains links Gunsontheroof : This actually had more to do with the fact that when the airport was built, Tacoma insisted on its name being included as a condition of their provid
61 Post contains links Viscount724 : According to a detailed history of YYZ airport dated 2006 (link below) on the 10th anniversary of the GTAA taking over the airport's operation, they
62 Viscount724 : YXD, the original airport serving Edmonton, and the first licensed airport in Canada when it opened in the 1920s, has had several names over the years
63 n901wa : Sorry if this has been posted alredy LAX - Mines Field HNL- John Rogers Airport ITO - General Lyman Field KOA - Keahole Airport KOA is kinda a strech,
64 milesrich : That is an interesting bit of trivia, but on November 21, 1963, if you asked people the name of the airport out in Queens where all the jet flights l
65 PacNWjet : That was the point of the article. I went back and looked at the actual pages from the New York Times on which the article was printed. The tone of t
66 Post contains images uncgso : GSO - began as Lindley Field in 1927, then was renamed Friendship Airport, then Greensboro-High Point Airport. This was later changed to Greensboro/Hi
67 ODAFZ : Beirut International Airport was re-named into Rafic Harriri Airport after its assassination in 2005 Tripoli International airport (Libya) had consecu
68 Akiestar : A number of airports in the Philippines have had their names changed, in both directions: MNL - Manila International Airport was renamed by law as Nin
69 milesrich : I would never have posted my reply had your original post had this commentary. I read and have re-read it and no where in it did you express that fin
70 WJ : They also have always enjoyed making new airport signs in BUR, which over the years was: Angeles Mesa Drive Airport (1928–1930),[6] United Airport (
71 TimRees : As a Welshman, Cardiff Airport was known as Rhoose before chaining to Cardiff Wales International many years back.
72 AirframeAS : I was thinking the exact same thing, but more over seeing that the OP is doing a report, you guys realize that you are not helping him in any way by
73 YYCspotter : I believe that YYC was originally called McCall Field...[Edited 2012-09-26 15:00:28]
74 Q : I wondering. Why ACV code for Eureka, California? There is no AC or V name. Q
75 PacNWjet : Well, the airport is closer to Arcata than it is to Eureka which probably explains the AC part of the three-letter code. Actually, the official addre
76 tsra : Thank you everyone for your input. I knew I had asked the right group for this type of information!
77 PanHAM : SXF Berlin Schoenefeld Airport will become, in case they ever finish that new terminal BER Berlin Willy-Brandt(schutz)-Airport THF already has and TXL
78 Post contains links SLCUT2777 : SLC Salt Lake City International was once known as Woodward Field: 1920 :: Salt Lake City purchased 100 acres surrounding the landing strip for $40.00
79 zippyjet : Wikipedia some of these but hope this helps to verify: TLV was once Lod then Ben Gorian Paris was Orly now Charles De Gaulle The never to be build "Fl
80 Viscount724 : ORY and CDG are two different airports. This thread is about aiports that changed their name.
81 breiz : LPL Liverpool: Liverpool Speke Airport > RAF Speke > Liverpool Airport > Liverpool John Lennon Airport (2002) SGN Ho Chi Minh City (ex-Saigon
82 bmacleod : A few more to mention in Canada. Montreal Dorval Airport to Pierre E. Trudeau in 2004. Halifax International Airport to Robert Stanfield Int. (or Hali
83 skyduster : To add to this saga, EWR was then officially named -for several years- Newark International Airport until it was "changed" to Newark Liberty Internat
84 fn1001 : OTP former Otopeni, now Aeroportul Internațional Henri Coandă BUH former Băneasa, now Aurel Vlaicu WAW former Okęcie, now Lotnisko Frederika Chopi
85 Viscount724 : A few other Canadian airports renamed for dead (mostly) politicians with local connections: Ottawa (YOW) - Macdonald-Cartier (for Canada's first Prim
86 breiz : FCO Rome: Rome-Fiumicino > Rome - Leonardo da Vinci BEY Beirut: Beirut International Airport > Beirut Rafiq Hariri Int. Airport It looks like th
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