Airports in the 1930s

Some airports still exist, but are not the major airports they once were, while others have been closed down. Over the years, many airports have changed their names (some of them several times). The names that were used during the longest period in the 1930s are presented below.
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Last updated: November 21, 2014
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Name the city the airports used to serve.
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Years Active
Airport Name
City Served
1932-1977
Al Mahatta Fort
Sharjah / Dubai
1920s-2007
Anfa
Casablanca
1931-
Archerfield
Brisbane
1938-195?
Bir Hassan
Beirut
1936-
Bromma
Stockholm
1933-2010
Bykovo
Moscow
1930s-
Calabou├žo
Rio de Janeiro
1919-1940
Campo Internacional de Aterragem
Lisbon
1916-
Ciampino
Rome
1920-1959
Croydon
London
1914-2006, 2007-
Don Muang
Bangkok
1936-
Gia Lam
Hanoi
19??-1963
Heliopolis
Cairo
1927-
Howard R. Hughes
Houston
1930-1945
International Pan American
Miami
Years Active
Airport Name
City Served
1928-
Juhu
Mumbai
1925-1998
Kai Tak
Hong Kong
1938-2001
Kalamaki
Athens
1937-1950
Lake Naivasha
Nairobi
1919-
Le Bourget
Paris
1929-1967
Los Cerrillos
Santiago
1917-
Love Field
Dallas
1938-
Mehrabad
Tehran
1931-
Midway
Chicago
1910-
Nanyuan
Beijing
1927-
Saint Hubert
Montreal
19??-1951
Stamford Hill
Durban
1923-2008
Tempelhof
Berlin
1930-
Union Air Terminal
Los Angeles
1929-
Willingdon
Delhi
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