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Video: MegaFume Fumigates Fullerton Airport

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MegaFume fumigates the control tower of the Fullerton California Airport.

| January 30, 2014

MegaFume recently fumigated the control tower of the Fullerton California Airport.

Click here to watch video of this fumigation. The airport traces its origins to 1913 when barnstormers and crop dusters used the then vacant site as a makeshift landing strip. Today, Fullerton Municipal Airport encompasses 86 acres, and has room to accommodate 600 planes. Its expansion days over, the Airport now concentrates its energies on maintaining its reputation for excellence, as it continues to meet the present - and future - transportation needs of the citizens of Fullerton and of all of Orange County.

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