Airports on Stamps

Click here to edit subtitle


Post a Comment


Oops, you forgot something.


The words you entered did not match the given text. Please try again.

Already a member? Sign In


Reply J. Cura
11:34 AM on August 26, 2016 
2 stationeries from Portugal (may):

philatelic greetings
J. Cura
Reply Vijay Seth
4:39 AM on December 24, 2013 
Hi I am an advanced collector of stamps and all related material on aviation-all types of aircraft , willing to exchange with anyone on my topic, mint stamps preferred, exchange by wantlist
10:49 AM on August 24, 2012 
Hi there, we're a stamp collector website and we'd love you to share some of your stamp images with us - our website is

If you were to link to us on your Links page, we'd be happy to reciprocate on our site :)
Reply stamp paradise
5:29 AM on August 9, 2012 
please register your stamp site here :
Reply Mansoor Moazzeni
8:28 AM on October 30, 2011 
I am an advanced collector from Iran. I can not accept yellowed stamps, those stamps something written or stuck on the back, stamps with brown spots or finger print on the back, and the stamp perforations must be totally in good condition.
Reply Yuri Katsov
7:59 AM on October 11, 2011 
FROM: Yuri Katsov, P.O.Box 161, SUMY-24, Ukraine UA-40024
Fax: +380 542 365266. E-mail: [email protected]

Dear Fellow Collectors,

I am seeking for philatelic exchange with stamps and other adjacent philatelic material (FDC's, Maxi Cards, Postal Stationery, Special Cancellations on the latter etc).

I am interested in Mint Unhinged (**) stamps in complete sets from all over the world to the topics of FAUNA, Medicine, Sport, Transport (Ships, Aircraft, Railways, Cars), Polar Exploration, Paintings, Flora, also in Mint (Unused) or Specially Cancelled Postal Stationery (Prepaid Covers, Postcards, Aerogrammes), FDC's and Maximum Cards to the same topics.

I can offer for exchange any type of philatelic material, viz. MNH and used stamps in complete sets to any topics, FDC's, Special Cancellations on Prepaid Covers and Postcards, Mint Thematic Postal Stationery etc.

I would be happy to offer for exchange a wide range of Topical Postal Stationery (Prepaid Covers & Postcards with Original stamp imprinted/embossed), both Mint and Specially Cancelled, e.g. at Baikonur Cosmodrome to Space Exploration topic (Spacehip Launches, Docking, Landing, Joint Space International Research Programmes etc), Aircraft, Ships, Railways & Locomotives, Sports, Medicine, Paintings, Music, Literature & Arts, Architecture, Fauna, Flora etc.

If this proposal of mine is no interest to you, I would appreciate if you can pass on my name and address to some other interested collector(s), dealer(s), philatelic club or society.

I am thanking you in advance for any possible assistance, and remain

With my best philatelic regards,
Yuri Katsov
Reply Yuriy
1:48 PM on June 20, 2011 
Hello! My name is Yuriy. I collect stamps. I've assembled a great
collection, but unfortunately I have very little postage stamps of
your country. I want to change it. If you have the opportunity, please
send me postage stamps for the collection.
My adress: 393190 Russia Tambovskaya obl. city Kotovsk str.Oktyabr'skaya 2a-54.
With best regards, Yuriy Korneev.
Reply airportstamps
4:25 PM on March 30, 2010 
Regarding Tom's post:
1) The only list I have online is my personal want list, which is very short.
2) My list of known stamps & postal stationery featuring airports has:
Aerogrammes - at least 25x
Postal cards - 31x
Envelopes - 84x
Revenue stamps - 53x
Souvenir Sheets - 33x
Stamps - 811x

So, in total, there are well over 1,000 items that I have on my list and I would like to think that it is fairly comprehensive, although I do not do anything in regards to postmarks. My Airports on Stamps list was provided to the American Topical Association several years ago, and at the time, my list had over 2 times as many stamps listed as theirs!
Reply Tom Fowler
10:44 AM on March 3, 2010 
While I admire your very good web page I must comment that your lists are by no means complete and are well short of the totals I have seen to date. I also collect airport related material but specialise more in postal markings. I use postal stationery and stamps to enhance the exhibit where appropriate.
I currently have around two hundred pages of exhibit produced.
Well done
Tom F
Reply Airports On Stamps Website Owner
3:55 PM on December 17, 2009 
Regarding Jean's post:
The earliest stamp that I show that appears to show an airport is Haiti Airmail stamps #1 - 4, issued in 1929, that shows runways.

After that, in 1930, Switzerland and Germany both issued postal stationery cards that feature airports.

In 1931, Mexico issued an airmail stamp (#C37) that features an airfield.

There are also a number of Central American countries that issued airport stamps in the late 1930's.