Liverpool John Lennon Airport, Denver International Airport, Brussels Airport – Hidden Evil Discoveries

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“Liverpool Airport” redirects here. For the airport in Nova Scotia, Canada, see Liverpool/South Shore Regional Airport.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport
Liverpool John Lennon Airport Logo.svg
Liverpool Airport aerial Coleman.jpg
Owner Peel Airports
Operator Liverpool Airport PLC
Serves Liverpool, Merseyside,Cheshire, Shropshire andNorth Wales
Location Speke, Liverpool
Elevation AMSL 81 ft / 25 m
Coordinates 53°20′01″N 002°50′59″WCoordinates: 53°20′01″N 002°50′59″W
EGGP is located in Merseyside


Location in Merseyside

Direction Length Surface
m ft
09/27 2,285 7,497 Asphalt
Statistics (2015)
Passengers 4,295,763
Passenger change 14-15 Increase7.8%
Aircraft Movements 67,237
Movements change 14-15 Increase28.7%
Sources: UK AIP at NATS[1]
Statistics from the UK Civil Aviation Authority[2]

Liverpool John Lennon Airport (IATA: LPLICAO: EGGP) is an international airport serving North West England. On the outbreak of World War II the airport was operated by the RAF and known as RAF Speke. The airport is within the City of Liverpool on the banks of the estuary of the River Mersey some 6.5 nautical miles (12.0 km; 7.5 mi)[1] south east of the city centre. The airport is named after Liverpudlian musician John Lennon of The Beatles. Scheduled domestic and European services are operated from the airport.

Between 1997 and 2007 the facility was one of Europe’s fastest growing airports, increasing annual passenger numbers from 689,468 in 1997 to 5.47 million in 2007.[2] Despite passenger numbers having decreased to just under 4.3 million in 2015, this is a 7.8% increase on 2014 numbers making it the 14th busiest airport in the UK. The CAA Public Use Aerodrome Licence Number is P735, that allows flights for the public transport of passengers and flying instruction.


This article is about the current airport open since 1995. For the airport previously serving Denver, Colorado, see Stapleton International Airport.
Denver International Airport
Denver International Airport Logo.svg
DIA Airport Roof.jpg
WMO: 72565
Airport type Public
Owner City & County of Denver Department of Aviation
Operator City & County of Denver Department of Aviation
Serves Denver, Front Range Urban Corridor, Northern Colorado, Eastern Colorado
Location Northeastern Denver, Colorado
Hub for
Focus city for
Elevation AMSL 5,431 ft / 1,655 m
Coordinates 39°51′42″N 104°40′23″WCoordinates: 39°51′42″N 104°40′23″W
FAA airport diagram
FAA airport diagram
DEN is located in Colorado


Location within Colorado

Direction Length Surface
ft m
7/25 12,000 3,658 Concrete
8/26 12,000 3,658 Concrete
16L/34R 12,000 3,658 Concrete
16R/34L 16,000 4,877 Concrete
17L/35R 12,000 3,658 Concrete
17R/35L 12,000 3,658 Concrete
Statistics (2015)
Aircraft operations 575,161
Passengers 54,014,502
Economic impact $26.3 billion[1]
Social impact 146.6 thousand[2]
Source: Denver International Airport[3]

Denver International Airport (IATA: DENICAO: KDENFAA LID: DEN), often referred to as DIA, is an airport in Denver, Colorado, United States. At 34,000 acres (53 sq mi), it is the largest airport in the United States by total land area.[4] Runway 16R/34L, with a length of 16,000 feet (4,877 m), is the longest public use runway in the United States. As of 2015, DIA was the 18th-busiest airport in the world and the 6th busiest in the United States by passenger traffic with over 54 million passengers. It also has the third largest domestic connection network in the country. 141 gates spread out over three detached, yet internally connected, concourses (A, B & C) helps to organize the high volume of passenger traffic.

DIA has non-stop service to destinations throughout North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia serving 187 destinations in 2015. The airport is in northeastern Denver and is operated by the City & County of Denver Department of Aviation. DIA was voted Best Airport in North America by readers of Business Traveler Magazine six years in a row (2005–2010)[5] and was named “America’s Best Run Airport” by Time Magazine in 2002.[6]

The airport is the main hub for Frontier Airlines and Great Lakes Airlines. It is also the fourth-largest hub for United Airlines with 375 daily departures to 141 destinations. Within the past decade DIA has become a major focus city for Southwest Airlines. Since commencing service to Denver in January 2006, Southwest has added nearly 60 destinations with 190 daily departures making Denver its fastest-growing market and 4th most utilized airport.

DIA is the only airport in the United States to have implemented an ISO 14001-certified environmental management system covering the entire airport.[7]



From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Not to be confused with Brussels South Charleroi Airport.
Brussels Airport
Luchthaven Brussel-Nationaal (Dutch)
Aéroport de Bruxelles-National (French)
Brussels Airport.png
Brussels - National (Zaventem) - Melsbroek (BRU - EBBR - EBMB) AN1788412.jpg
Airport type Public & Military
Operator Brussels Airport Company
Serves Brussels, Belgium
Location Zaventem, Belgium
Hub for
Elevation AMSL 184 ft / 56 m
Coordinates 50°54′05″N 004°29′04″ECoordinates: 50°54′05″N 004°29′04″E
Airport diagram
Airport diagram
BRU is located in Belgium


Location in Belgium

Direction Length Surface
m ft
01/19[1] 2,987 9,800 Asphalt
07R/25L 3,211 10,535 Asphalt
07L/25R 3,638 11,936 Asphalt
Statistics (2015)
Passengers 23,460,018
Freight (tonnes) 489,303
Aircraft movements 239,349
Sources: Brussels Airport,[2] AIP[3]

Brussels Airport (IATA: BRUICAO: EBBR) (also called Brussel-Nationaal / Bruxelles-National (Brussels-National) or Brussel-Zaventem) is an international airportNM (11 km; 6.9 mi) northeast[3] of Brussels, the capital of Belgium. In 2015, more than 23 million passengers arrived or departed at Brussels Airport, making it the 21st busiest airport in Europe. It is located partially inZaventem, partially in the Diegem area of Machelen,[4] and partially in Steenokkerzeel, in the Flemish Region of Belgium. It is home to around 260 companies, together directly employing 20,000 people and serves as the home base for Brussels Airlines, Jetairfly andThomas Cook Airlines Belgium.

The company operating the airport is known as The Brussels Airport Company N.V./S.A.; before 19 October 2006, the name was BIAC (Brussels International Airport Company), which was created by Belgian law through a merger of BATC with the ground operations departments of the RLW/RVA. Since 2011, the airport has been owned by the Toronto-based Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (39%),Macquarie Group (Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund I and Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund III) (36%) and the Belgian State (25%).[5]

On 22 March 2016 the airport was severely damaged by the two terrorist bomb blasts and closed until 3 April 2016, when it reopened with temporary facilities at less than 20% of its previous capacity.[6]

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