Lambert-St. Louis International Airport

It was rainy (and a tornado struck the city just hours before) when I landed here from Detroit.

The airport, named after the guy who made Listerine,  serves about 13 million passengers a year. It was the first airport (in 1925) to have an air-traffic control system (they communicated with the pilots using a system of flags). 


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