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Fargo Airport Mini Guide
Three miles from the cities center is Fargo Airport FAR. The name derives from that of Martin Hector. It's he who donated the land in which the airport is situated. The airport mainly handles flights from within the United States and Canada
, in 2006 it is reported that they handled 74,209 flights.
Via the single terminal and three runways the airport is served by airlines such as Allegiant Air, Delta Connection and American Eagle. Those traveling to the airport from another location will find good road links. The airport is located on Dakota Drive which can be accessed from Exit 67 at 19th Avenue North. Visitors utilizing Car Hire Fargo Airport will find a great range of things to do and see in the city.
Fargo Air Museum is located within the airport and contains a large number of aircrafts. These include a North American P-51D Mustang, a Grumman TBM Avenger and DC 3C 47 Skytrain which is more commonly known as the Gooney Bird.
The museum is also good for those with children as it contains a dedicated area in which they can learn, play and sit in the cockpit of a Polywagon where they can play with gears and other features. On 21st Avenue is Red River Zoo is over 33 acres in size and is home to over 300 animals. Here you can find animals such as Red Pandas, Bison, Palla Cats and East Caucasian Tur.