El aeropuerto de Rancho Boyeros ( José Martí) La aerolínea bandera cubana, fund

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El aeropuerto de Rancho Boyeros ( José Martí) 🇨🇺✈️🛫🛬🛩🚁🚀🛸🎁😓😤😩👀🤦🏾‍♂️🤦🏽‍♀️ La aerolínea bandera cubana, fundada en 1929, había sido un símbolo vanguardista en la industria de aviación latinoamericana, fue de las primeras que abrieron la era de los vuelos comerciales donde fue altamente competitiva. En marzo de 1932 la Pan American Airways adquiere la Compañía Nacional Cubana de Aviación Curtiss, S.A. comprando todas sus acciones y el 6 de mayo de 1932, cambia la estructura y el nombre por Compañía Nacional Cubana de Aviación. Todo ello pedía a gritos un aeropuerto con todas las de la ley, por lo que después de los estudios y proyectos correspondientes, el 24 de febrero de 1930 es inaugurado… More
🇨🇺✈️🛫🛬🛩🚁🚀🛸🎁😓😤😩👀🤦🏾‍♂️🤦🏽‍♀️ The Cuban flag airline, founded in 1929, had been an avant-garde symbol in the Latin American aviation industry, was one of the first to open the era of commercial flights where it was highly competitive. In March 1932, Pan American Airways acquires the Cuban National Aviation Company Curtiss, S.A. purchasing all its shares and on May 6, 1932, changes the structure and name to Cubana National Aviation Company. All of this shouted out an airport with all the law, so after the related studies and projects, February 24, 1930 is officially inaugurated today known as ′′ Jose Mart í ′′ International Airport. in which the first control tower is inaugurated on January 14, 1943. Rancho Boyeros airport is located 18 miles from Havana and its location has features worth knowing. The place was the settlement of a population center along the royal south road, between the populations of Pumpkinar and Santiago de las Vegas. The Royal South Road was the first to cross the island from south to north, given the original location of Havana in what is today Surge of Bataban ó, and the place arose from the fact that the arias of mules with goods …
Like roadwear or boyers driving cars pulled by oxen, they needed to stop to pay the right toll, so ranches started to be built so that boyers could stop the road, rest and protect themselves from rains. Then came a new impulse as the railway from Havana to Bejucal was built in 1837 and territory part of its course, strengthened later with the Western Railway. The Boyer s’ Ranch was always linked to and developed with communication routes. As had happened with land transport by road and by rail, the construction of the country’s first airport was formed as a symbol of antonomasia of this population and municipality and when it comes to Boyeros, planes are thought to be. Studies defined where the airfield would be built. It was a place with numerous farms and where the Aguada del Cura area was also located. The main crops were tobacco, pineapples, oranges and sugarcane, although there were pastures for cattle and horses and minor fruit. All these estates were purchased by the Cuban National Aviation Company Curtiss, S.A. who built the airport. These estates communicated with the populated areas and the Royal Causeway (Today Bejucal Road), through roads that existed agreement between the owners of farms so that everyone could access the villages. All lands purchased for the airport were recasted into one land to achieve the necessary extension for runways. By recasting areas the territory occupied by the airport was defined, and the Havana-G üines railway line was left inside the airport lands across the main runway. The aerial terminal was built on the west side of Rancho Boyeros, then Adelaide farm and along the railway line. In its beginnings it had three runways, crusades at angles of 60°, the main one 524 meters long by 36 wide, but in the end, what was necessary for that aviation stage, was that it was not ceasing to be a half-mile-long savanna by thirty meters wide covered in short grass. The development of Rancho Boyeros since then, has been airport related. Initially the terminal was a small central building, which was expanding and expanding and later equipped with an elevated control tower with advanced equipment for the time. Successively, as air services grew, they created facilities for travelers and completely upgraded. The nearby homeland became the Lutgardita Cast, with malls, industrialists, ranchers and agricultural, an industrial technical school, a painting factory and other industries as well as the busy National Agricultural Fair, where as a child they took me to see some bulls immense, cows that looked like elephants, horses like cinema, extensive poultry exhibition and mechanical equipment for agriculture, all topped off by a rodeo show, but what I liked about the fair really was breads with piglet. The construction of Rancho Boyeros Avenue began immediately, a wide double-track that was long the only access to the air terminal. Rancho Boyeros Avenue takes us to the airport but also to the madhouse, you have to stop by Mazorra hospital to get to it. ·