PHOTO STORY: Up-Close at One of Colorado’s Most Scenic Airports

Located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, Vail’s Eagle County Airport offers a rather scenic backdrop for those traveling into the airport. The small airport only sees a few flights a day from major US carriers. Most of these flights, however, are operated by reasonably sizable aircraft such as the 757.

We had the opportunity to get up-close and personal with the action at EGE. Here are the photos:

AirlineGeeks.com Staff

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AirlineGeeks.com Staff

AirlineGeeks.com Staff

AirlineGeeks.com began in February, 2013 as a one-man (er… teenager, rather) show. Since then, we’ve grown to have 20 active team members, and yes, we’re still growing. Some of us are looking to work in the aviation industry as professionals when we grow older. Some of us are still trying to decide what we want to do. That’s okay though, because we’re all here for the same reason: we love the airlines. We’re the youngest team of airline industry journalists out there.
AirlineGeeks.com Staff
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