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PostSun May 30, 2021 7:40 pm 
Above Baron there is a map location called Airplane flats ( or something similar). Does anyone know the history of the naming? Seems like a Cub could land there, especially BITD

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PostTue Jun 01, 2021 3:39 pm 
I see it on the map, but no clue about it. Could be named simply because it looks big & wide & flattish. But then again, perhaps it was used for a landing zone for fire suppression; I think (but not sure) the nearby Pasayten Airstrip was used in that way.

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