UPDATE: The photo in this week's retro "name that airport" post is of Raleigh/Durham International Airport.
It seemed like readers enjoyed mixing up the old-school photo. We'll look to do more of that in the future.
For now, though, congratulations to Brian Sannicandro of Philadelphia -- a "name that airport" regular -- for being the first to correctly identify the photo. Kudos to Sam Pitts of Raleigh for being the first to correctly guess the year (2000) and to "Anthony" (@CAEanthony) for being the first to correctly guess the airport via Twitter.
And an extra shout-out to reader Gary Strong, who shared his personal connection to the photo in a comment to post. He said:
"Aftermath of the January 25, 2000 snowstorm at RDU. I was based at RDU at the time and had just begun dating my future wife. Because of the snow I got stuck at her house and we ended up having to spend 4 days together...the rest is history:)"
The photo itself is an Associated Press photo from USA TODAY's archives. The caption from the original photo reads:
"Workers attempt to clear snow from around stranded airliners at the Raleigh-Durham airport in Raleigh, N.C., Wednesday Jan. 26, 2000. Over 20 inches of snow hit the area Tuesday closing the airport and snarling traffic. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)"
Come back on Friday at 12:10 p.m. ET for your chance to guess the next "name that airport" photo.
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ORIGINAL POST: We're going old school with this week's "name that airport" photo.
If you think you can identify the photo, submit your guess by clicking the comment link and typing your answer there. Bonus points if you can guess the year! (And apologies to our mobile readers who don't see a comment link; it's a known issue.)
Check back on Wednesday after noon ET to see the answer. Good luck!
Do you have a photo you'd like to submit for our "name that airport" series? You can email it to todaysky (-at-) gmail.com for consideration. Please be sure to include your name and city of residence along with and acknowledgment that you have taken the picture yourself. And know that we cannot respond to every e-mail. Thanks!
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