15 January 2003
These are USGS satellite images of the Hillsboro Airport and a portion of the Washington County Fair Complex with scaled images of the aircraft tracing its landing, taxi and towing routes, plus the fuselage's trucking route.
After landing near dawn, the aircraft will be parked for about 19 hours at Aero Air, where it will be defueled. It will then be towed at very roughly 1:00 AM to the Fair Complex site, which includes a Cornell Road crossing as shown. Plywood planking may be required to protect the taxiways from the point where the aircraft exits runway 30-12 throughout the route until it reenters runway 30-12 on its way to the Fair Complex, depending upon rain history. Steel planking will be required across Cornell Road in any event. Steel planking will also be required to protect the Aero Air ramp during the holdover period.
Landing, Taxi and Tow to Aero Air, 72 dpi (895 KB)
Landing, Taxi and Tow to Aero Air, 144 dpi (2.248 MB)*
Tow from Aero Air to the Fair Complex, 72 dpi (899 KB)
Tow from Aero Air to the Fair Complex, 144 dpi (2.295 MB)*