History of the airfield of Jämi (Hämeenkangas, Other areas)
The Jämi airfield was built during the 1930's. A favourabel spot had been created by glacial activity and the waves of the post-glacial Ancylus sea. The airfield soon developed into one of the most important recreational aviation centers in Finland. Today small aircraft, sailplanes and UAV's fly frequently at Jämi. There is also an active parachute club in the area.
Photo: Timo Halme and Tuomo Häyrinen
Nearby attractions: Hämeenkangas, Hämeenkankaan dyynikenttä, Isokeidas mire, Geo-orienteering track of Jämi, The cooking shelter of Koivistonvati, The Koivistonvati kettle hole, The Kuninkaanlähde spring, The little stream starting from the Kuninkaanlähde spring, The Kylmänmyllynlähde spring, Augmented reality sandbox, At the shore of an ancient island, Niiniharju, Border stone, Ruskalaavu or "The Fall Colour Lean-to shelter", Erratic, The Soininharju esker, The Southern slope of Soininharju, Sand field on Soininharju, Changing landscape of Soininharju, The viewing tower at Soininharju, The formation of a kettle hole, The Uhrilähde spring, Viheräperänkeidas mire
Coordinates (WGS84): 61.77897, 22.71585
Keywords: Geo-orienteering, Jämijärvi