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Nottingham East Midlands Airport anagrams

Rearranging the letters of 'Nottingham East Midlands Airport' (Newly renamed airport) gives:

Pan Am night Tristar: odds-on I'm late!(by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2004)
Other related anagrams without their own page:
"London City Airport" -> "Pilot: "Don't I carry-on!"" (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2009) (pending approval)
"London City Airport" -> "Nail trip to Croydon!" (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2009) (pending approval)
"London City Airport" -> "Nadir: Trip to colony." (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2009) (pending approval)
"Heathrow Airport Terminal Five" -> "Naive trip with Aeroflot harmer." (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"Heathrow Airport Terminal Five" -> "Trip here via "Thiefrow". Not alarm?" (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"Heathrow Airport Terminal Four" -> "Pilot, her art: Wear uniform, or hat." (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"The Heathrow Airport, London" -> "Another path to world on hire." (by Aronas Pinchas ) (2012) (pending approval)
"London's Heathrow Airport" -> "Trash lotion drawer, hop on!" (by Mike Mesterton-Gibbons by hand) (2006) (pending approval)
"London's Heathrow Airport" -> "I had to show plan on terror." (by Mike Mesterton-Gibbons by hand) (2006) (pending approval)
"London's Heathrow Airport" -> "I had how-to plans on terror." (by Mike Mesterton-Gibbons and Rick Rothstein by hand) (2006) (pending approval)
"Heathrow Airport Terminal One" -> "Weather meant horror in a pilot." (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"Heathrow Airport Terminal Three" -> ""Hi pilot, rotten weather". Harm rare." (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"Heathrow Airport Terminal Two" -> "Tower: "Oh that row! Trim airplane!"" (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"Heathrow Airport Terminals" -> "Oman to LHR: "Airstrip weather?"" (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire" -> "If Hood nights, the more arrows sent." (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire" -> "Hang this host's fine deer tomorrow." (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire" -> "Freedom's shooting the thin arrows." (by Mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire" -> "Hood s highest arrows torment. Fine." (by mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire" -> "He s with good, honest monster friar." (by mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
"Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire" -> "Hood s in the fight, more arrows sent!" (by mick Tully using Anagram Genius) (2007) (pending approval)
See also:
London Heathrow Airport
West Midlands Metropolitan County
Nottinghamshire
Charles de Gaulle Airport
'Knock Airport, we're closer than you think!'
Robin Hood Airport, Doncaster.
London Gatwick Airport
Stansted Airport
Cardiff Airport
Glasgow Airport
Airport security
Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport
The `Rapiscan Secure' airport customs X-ray system
Robin Hood Airport
Kent County Constabulary
Cross County Checkup
Essex County Council
Humberside
Lancashire
Oxfordshire
Somerset
Staffordshire

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