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Honah Lee Trudeau Airfield (ICAO: SLSW) is a single-runway public airfield in the 'Honah Lee Trudeau' region of the Honah Lee Estate - a group of sims to the south of the Blake Sea operated by Hollywood Real Estates. Located directly adjacent to Honah Lee Field, the aerodrome is home to Spijkers & Wingtips and NEXGEN Aircraft.
- Short runway & wide wingspan advisories.
Constructed in 2013 to replace Spijkers & Wingtips' previous airport venture (Kinrara Airfield), Honah Lee Trudeau Airfield (also known as HLT Airfield) is a small tropical atoll island airfield located directly on the Blake Sea. The facility is equipped with a single 90m x 10m packed sand and grass runway with lights. At the end of the landing surface is a ramp for amphibious aircraft and there are demo rezzers and vendors surrounding the island's perimeter. To the east of the runway is a lounge area with Tiki huts and a large swimming pool. There is also a large area in the atoll bay for pilots to land and moor their seaplanes.
Although the facility has generally remained unaltered since its construction, in late 2014 an aircraft race track was built on a platform 2000m above the airfield. The track is accessible by a teleporter beside the runway and features a demo rezzer, several check-points and score-keeping system. In late February 2015, the airfield also added an aviation flight school. The whole island is rez-enabled and auto-return is set at one hour.
Currently, there are no scheduled services operating to or from Honah Lee Trudeau Airfield, however charter flights may be available on request. Please contact airlines for more information.
Facilities and services
- Shops/vendors and demo rezzers.
- Tiki hut, pool & recreation facilities.
- Aircraft race-track.
- Aviation flight school.
- Public docks.