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Let's have a little fun! Fly your Bonanza to Bonanza, Colorado
This post was inspired by a recent article published online by AOPA - https://www.aopa.org/news-and-media/all-news/2021/march/24/take-your-bonanza-to-bonanza

Like the title suggests, how many aircraft namesake destinations are there?

Two more examples would be flying a Saratoga to Saratoga, New York, or flying a Tomahawk to Tomahawk, Wisconsin. Get it? How many can we come up with?
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Fly your Seminole to Seminole TX.  Gaines County Airport (KGNC)
It would be cool if we could fly our Evektor Harmony LSA to Harmony Field Airport (6XS9), Elmendorf, Texas. But it's 1575 nm from our home base in KAWO, and happens to be a 1700-ft turf runway. There's also Harmony Township in Pennsylvania, but it doesn't seem to have its own airport. Any others?
How about the "Maule" region in central Chile and the Maule River, thought to be the southern limit of the Inca Empire.
 
Fly your Cherokee to Cherokee, North Carolina, in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park!
You could also fly your Saratoga to Saratoga California.  'Cept you'ld have to land at San Jose and drive 10 miles to get to Saratoga.
 
How about Saratoga Springs NY