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Fisher-Price Transportation System GeoAir High-Flyin' Airport


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  • The GeoAir High Flying Airport brings an all new way to expand the GeoTrax world by taking to the skies
  • The set includes a main tower with a kid-activated elevator, three bays for the plane to fuel up, and fix up and board passengers
  • The pilot figure can sit and ride inside the plane
  • All new geoair RC planes simply clip onto the flexible geoair track and fly around the entire set
  • Activate the plane and sound effects using the easy kid-controls on the new RC controller
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.1 x 15.8 x 21.1 inches ; 4.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA or Imported
  • ASIN: B0015KTXQG
  • Item model number: N0142
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 30 months and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #158,491 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
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Safety Warning
Adult assembly required.

Product Description

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Jumbo, Captain Jim, and the Fisher-Price GeoTrax Rail and Road System GeoAir High Flying Airport let any child explore the fast paced world of flight. As a stand-alone set or a complement to other GeoTrax systems, this airport set is sure to inspire tons of imaginary play. Designed for kids aged two-and-one-half years of age or older, this set snaps together securely. and the components are easy for little fingers to handle.

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The Good: Colorful, durable set with a looping track

The Bad: Only one figure and vehicle

In a Nutshell:This airport set is sure to inspire imaginative adventures

At a Glance

Ages: 2.5 years and older
Requires: 6 AAA batteries


Jumbo snaps securely to the track. View larger.


The remote control fits perfectly in little hands. View Larger.
High-Flying Fun
Getting ready for your child's first flight couldn't be easier. With slide-lock air track pieces that are simple to put together, assembly only takes a few minutes. Kids are sure to be impressed by the bright colors and the twisting track right away.

Before take-off you'll need to use a Philips head screwdriver to install six AAA batteries (not included) -- three in Jumbo the jet and three in the remote control. Then snap Jumbo onto the track and set him in motion. The remote control has two buttons, so kids can set Jumbo spinning forward or backward on the air track loop. Designed to be easy for kids to grasp with two hands, the controller is shaped like a real plane's controller for increased fun.

Durable, Colorful, and Easy-to-Expand
It's easy to see why the GeoTrax system is a big hit with both parents and kids. A durable, colorful set that promises to jump-start active imaginations, the High Flyin' Airport offers stations around the base of the tower to inspire adventures below the air track. Kids can fill up a gas tank, set stairs for passengers to board a plane, or keep an eye on the security gate. The Pilot Jim figure can sit inside the Jumbo plane, ride the moving elevator to the top of the control tower, or wait for a train ride home. And the plane itself can be pushed along or driven with the remote control, providing lots of options for creative play.

When friends, siblings, and parents want to get involved in the action, they may be disappointed that this set only includes one vehicle and one figure. But since the airport is compatible with other sets in the GeoTrax system, you can expand it to create a whole GeoTrax community with more vehicles, figures, and places for them to visit. Whether you have one set or many, GeoTrax offer a great opportunity for future pilots and engineers to play alone or cooperatively.

What's in the Box
Main tower, terminal base, traffic control top, loading station, air track with tabs, air track with support, four standard air track pieces, security gate, trestle base, trestle post, remote control, Jumbo jet, and pilot Jim figure.

Product Description

Kids' imaginations can reach for the skies as they create their very own GeoTrax world.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

What a fun toy!
Jennifer Wilson
Santa brought this airport to my 2-year-old son for Christmas and he loves it!
Susan M. Cunningham
The airport, along with the GeoTrax train set, were his favorite toys.
Denise

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By T. Parker on August 11, 2008
We picked this up for our sons 3rd birthday, he also received a lot of tunnels and towers, this is a fantastic addition to the GeoTrax rail system because its tall but not too big otherwise so its easy to fit in. The planes ride around the track well and my kids have had a great time playing with it.

The only thing I don;t love is the fact that it doesnt come with all that much track and there are no expansion tracks available yet and since its in the air all the expansion tracks coming out will include a large trax piece (barn and bridge). It would have been nice for them to provide track and attachment pieces that could fit on anywhere to the Geotrax system. Hopefully in time it will.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By B. Moore on August 9, 2008
My 3 year old grandson loves the GeoAir addition to his GeoTrax, we bought him the bridge and barn expansion set and he is having a blast. The airplane is easy enough for my 1 year old granddaughter to run.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By S. C. Unsicker on August 6, 2008
I have been eagerly awaiting the release of this product ever since I first heard about it and just picked it up at Target last night. It is everything that I dreamed it would be and more! It took very little time to assemble and like all the other GeoTrax products, it is VERY well made. I have had a great time playing with it here at work and cannot wait to take it home tonight for my kids!

The other expansion packs that are coming out later this month look very awesome and I am sure that they will all become a main part of our GeoTrax system at home.

This whole GeoAir line has really taken GeoTrax to a new level and I love it!
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Jem on December 2, 2008
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When I first received the package, I found a bonus not listed in the product page. It comes with a free Geotrax 3 series DVD (with GeoAir).
Setting up
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There are not many pieces in the box. The steps to construct the control tower with "air" tracks are pretty short too. However, I found two major flaws with the plastic moulding. First and most important flaw is the blue main base of the toy. Yes, an adult is needed to setup the pieces (just like Geotrax Grand central station that I bought previously for my son too). But getting the control tower all the way into the blue main base piece needs a great amount of force as well as a flat tip screw driver. You won't be able to force the control tower in unless you insert the screw driver to pry for more space. The slot for the control tower is smaller than the control tower, plastic moulding not precise! The second but more minor problem is the yellow gate. It does not fit securely onto the blue main base piece again due to lack of precision in plastic moulding. When your kid plays the toy, there's a chance the gate will come off frequently. The bundled plane needs 3 AAA battery and the infra-red remote uses 3 AAA too. Be prepared to use rechargeable or get more batteries if your child plays it frequently.
Playing
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The remote is fairly easy for a kid to handle. It only has 2 buttons, one to start the plane moving on the track, the other to stop the plane moving on the track. The plane itself has a red button (with light) to on or off it. My younger two year old is able to handle the plane and remote. The sound given off by the remote when the buttons are pressed is loud and clear, simulating the airplane flying and slowing down.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Kim Albert on October 25, 2008
This is our first Geotrax/GeoAir Product we own.

My brother bought this toy for my son's 3rd birthday - we put it together easily, it wasn't difficult to assemble at all. When my son woke up and found it, he immediately figured out to push the "green" button on the remote to make it go, and the "red" button to make it stop. He loves playing with it, and the ease of use makes it very fun for him. Educationally he was using the concepts, up and down, twis around, colors, and fine motor skills to push the buttons.

The only downside is the airplane is "slightly" hard to push down on the tracks, but I think after a few days he'll get it.

All in all I think this is a fantastic toy and I highly recommend it. I think my son has some more "Geo" items in hs future!
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By J. Brooks on December 9, 2008
First off my 2 year old LOVES this toy!! BUT if it wasn't a gift I would have been annoyed by the purchase do to the following problems. If you aren't already using rechargeable batteries in other toys now is the time to invest in some. The little plane takes 3 AAA and the remote ANOTHER 3 AAA. A grand total of 6 of the smallest and least used of the A series, sigh. Would have been nice if AA were used. Anyhow the plane flew (pun intended) through the AAAs in one day of play. The other problem is that some of the parts do not fit snugly into the slots where they are meant to snap into. Kind of annoying to have the little toy gate pop off every couple of minutes (doesn't affect play). Lastly the product illustrations look as if the toy is more interactive. Again my son loves this toy BUT this toy is a one trick pony. Green button GO red button sometimes stop. Haven't figured out why the red button doesn't always stop the plane. I have to say that the shape of the remote does resemble the 360 remote which I think has a lot to do with why my son loves to push the buttons. I WILL be putting the train version on my son's wish list as the easy one button control is uncomplicated and gives him the excitement of controlling something, even if it is a GO button.
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