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Encyclopedia > Burbank Airport

Bob Hope Airport, formerly known as the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport, is located in Burbank, California, United States (including Hawaii).


In 2003, the authority which runs the airport voted on November 4th to change the name to Bob Hope Airport, in honor of the late comedian Bob Hope, who died earlier in the year, and had kept his personal airplane there. The new name was unveiled on December 17 on the 100th anniversary of the Wright brothers' first flight in 1903, the year that Bob Hope was born.


Bob Hope Airport has one terminal. The Burbank train station, adjacent to the airport, is served by Amtrak and Metrolink.


In the film Nothing So Strange, Bill Gates is flown into this airport on a Microsoft jet before he makes his appearance in Macarthur Park in Los Angeles. There, Gates is shot and killed in a fictional assassination.


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Bob Hope Airport - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (949 words)
The airport is owned by the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority, which is controlled by the governments of the three cities in its name.
Nevertheless, upon its opening, Burbank's United Airport quickly proved to be a state-of-the-art facility and a showy new competitor to the nearby Grand Central Airport in neighboring Glendale.
Expansion space around the airport is virtually non-existent due to the encroachment of the surrounding city, leaving the unlikely option of aggressive land acquisition almost entirely out of reach.
Burbank Airport News (635 words)
Current operations at Burbank Airport The exceptions and loopholes in the Airport Authority's Rule 9 are such that substantial number of operations occur during the nighttime hours - the vast majority of which are permissible under Rule 9.
Burbank conducted a survey of operations at the Airport from September 1995 through December 1998, based upon operations logs maintained by the Airport Authority.
Burbank has always taken the position that its proposed curfew should allow exceptions for emergency situations, medical needs or similar exigencies beyond the control of the aircraft pilot.
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