I flew through Atlanta on my way from Texas to Missouri to pick up my plane a couple of weeks ago. Departing Atlanta, we flew over Peachtree DeKalb airport, where I've flown a few times and gone for flight instruction and classes and stuff.
They used to have an east-west runday, but the west end of it's been
remove and hangars built there. I assume that's a good thing; it
means the airport is growing and being used. And it was frankly
plenty busy as it was. Here's some photos that I managed to snag out
I looked in the publications about the airport; the change was fairly recent.
Recently, I looked at the airnav.com page for PDK, and it had an old photo. I sent them a copy of the second photo above, and as of this writing, April 26, my photo is now the one for that airport. Cool! (I'm sure they'll get a better photo with fewer clouds in the not-too distant future, but for now, it's neat that I have a photo there. )