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Sam (SamIntel) Captain

I'm looking for a airport diagram of Atlantic City Municipal Airport/Bader Field. I looked on airnav.com but they didn't have one.

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tomthetank Chief Captain

Will afcad2 help as that will,if you find an upto date afcad, show you where all the airlines park

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Sam (SamIntel) Captain

I was looking for the GA part of the airport.

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tomthetank Chief Captain

Umm... If its upto date it should show GA also

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Here's a pdf with GA parking marked.

Radar

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Paiute First Officer

Go back to the AirNav.com site. When you get there look over on
the right for a line that says "Topographic chart at Topozone". If you click
on the name "Topozone" you will get a diagram of the airport. Bader Field is ICAO code KAIY.

The longest runway at Bader Field is only 2,900 feet, so I doubt that any
commercial aircraft fly into Bader. I will guess that all the commercial
guys use Atlantic City International, code KACY. 😉

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Sam (SamIntel) Captain

RadarMan wrote:

Here's a pdf with GA parking marked.

Radar

That's what I'm looking for. Only wrong airport. That's Atlantic City International. I'm looking for Atlantic City Municipal Airport/Bader Field. I 'll use a topo map for now, but if you see an Airport Diagram like the one RM found, that'd be great. I'll try what tomthetank said also.
Thanks for looking.

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Sorry that I gave you the other airport, they wrote about both on the same page and I thought the pdf was Bader.
Now you can see how I can land in the wrong country. Embarassed

Radar

Mach072691 Guest

RadarMan- Could you please tell me what 😎 😳 website or where do u get those ground maps? 😳

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Mach072691 wrote:

RadarMan- Could you please tell me what 😎 😳 website or where do u get those ground maps? 😳

It's a government site.

http://www.faa.gov/air_traffic/flight_info/avn/

Radar

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