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Fresno Yosemite International Airport
Originally known as Hammer Field, Fresno Yosemite International Airport was used as a training base for the United States Army Forces' Fourth Air Force in 1942. By 1947, it was renamed to Fresno Air Terminal and was used the Air National Guard's military cantonment area.
Two sections of the airport are currently used as the Fresno Air National Guard base, for the 144th Fighter Wing of the California Air National Guard. This Fresno area airport began offering commercial flights in 1947 via TWA and United Airlines. It's a premier airport in the Central Valley of CA.
Throughout the years, this 1,728-acre airport has been through renovations and additions, allowing for an increase in passenger services. Six commercial airlines provide flights to major U.S. cities and flights to Mexico are available via two Mexico-based airlines. Terminal amenities include dining, shopping, rental car agencies, taxi services and convenient parking.
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