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Betsy's Trivia: Airports Edition

Answer: It’s an American tradition to name airports after famous public figures – and many of the names on airports across the country have also, of course, come up on Meet the Press, from Ronald Reagan to Ted Stevens, to the Clintons. Below is a list of the  12 major American airports named after politicians who have also appeared on Meet the Press over the years. 


Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International, Georgia (ATL)

Ronald Reagan Washington National, Washington D.C. (DCA)


George Bush Intercontinental, Texas (IAH)


Dulles International Airport, Washington D.C. (IAD)


John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York City (JFK)


Gerald Ford International Airport, Grand Rapids, MI (GFIA)


Bill and Hillary Clinton Airport in Little Rock (LIT)


LaGuardia Airport, New York City (LGA)


Theodore Francis Green Memorial State Airport, Rhode Island (PVD)


John Murtha Johnstown Cambria-County Airport (JST)


Norman Mineta San Jose Airport, California (SJC)