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Originally Named for Charles Lindbergh, Airport Downplays Connection with the Nazi Sympathizer.

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San Diego Jewish World

A quiet moment at San Diego International Airport (Photo: Ben Dishman) Chapter 27, Exit 17A (Hawthorn Street): San Diego International Airport Make a left turn from the Hawthorn Street exit and follow it all the way down to Harbor Drive. Make a right and the airport will be ahead at 3225 N. Harbor Drive. There was a time the San Diego International Airport was known by everyone as Lindbergh Field after the aviator Charles Lindbergh, who spent a lot of time in town overseeing the construction of his airplane, “The Spirit of St. Louis,” by Ryan Aircraft. After the job was completed, Lindbergh ma…

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