Paul Windle Municipal Airport

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Paul Windle Municipal Airport
Summary
Airport typeClosed, no longer in use
OwnerCity of Greensburg
ServesGreensburg, Kansas
Elevation AMSL2,230 ft / 680 m
Coordinates37°36′16″N 099°16′23″W / 37.60444°N 99.27306°W / 37.60444; -99.27306
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
2/20 (Closed) 2,600 792 Turf
17/35 (Closed) 2,400 732 Turf
Statistics (2008)
Aircraft operations0
Source: FAA,[1] with corrected coordinates from WikiMapia[2]

Paul Windle Municipal Airport (FAA LID: 8K7) is a closed and no longer used airport located east of the central business district of Greensburg, a city in Kiowa County, Kansas, United States.[1] The airport was owned by the City of Greensburg[1] and named in honor of Capt. Paul R. "Windy" Windle (1934-1965) who learned to fly at this airport and was killed in action during the Vietnam War.[3]

Facilities and aircraft[edit]

Paul Windle Municipal Airport covered an area of 71 acres (29 ha) at an elevation of 2,230 feet (680 m) above mean sea level. It has two runways both now closed with turf surfaces: 2/20 (Closed) was 2,600 by 130 feet (792 x 40 m) and 17/35 (Closed) was 2,400 by 290 feet (732 x 88 m).

References[edit]

External links[edit]

  • "Wendle Municipal Airport" (PDF). at Kansas DOT Airport Directory (note incorrect spelling)
  • Resources for this airport: