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Wednesday, 24 February 2016

#TOP10 : 10 Stunning and Dangerous Airports in the World u Must see it.

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Agatti Aerodrome
Agatti Aerodrome, Dangerous Airports in the World
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The Agatti Aerodrome is one of the most dangerous airports in the World, which is placed at the southern end of Agatti Island, Lakshadeep, India. The airport is designed for Dornier 228 type airplanes, but now the Airport Authority of India had planned to extend the Agatti aerodrom runway to the Kalpati Island, when it is completed the Boeing aircraft and Airbus 320 could be easily accommodated here. The airport is spread approximate 46.02 acres (19.05 hectares).

Kansai International Airport
Kansai International Airport, Dangerous Airports in the World
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The Kansai Airport is second most dangerous airport in the World. The Kansai airport is an international airport is placed on a beautiful artificial Island in the middle of Osaka Bay, Japan. This International airport was designed by the Italian architect Renzo Piano and presently serves as an international airport for all Japan Airlines, Nippon Cargo Airline and Nippon Airways.
Wellington International Airport
Wellington International Airport, Dangerous Airports in the World
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The Wellington International Airport is also known as Rongotai Airport, which is placed in the suburb of Rongotai, Wellington, New Zealand. It is an International hub for Air New Zealand and other International Airlines. The Wellington International Airport Limited is a joint venture of the Infratil and Wellington City Council which operates this International airport. After Auckland and Christchurch it is the third busiest airport in New Zealand, Which handling approximate 6,834,523 passengers in the end of year 2014. According to the Airport location it is counted in the list of 10 most dangerous airports in the World.
Princess Juliana International Airport
Princess Juliana International Airport, Dangerous Airports in the World
This dangerous airport is also known as Saint Maarten International Airport, which is the main airport on the Caribbean island of Saint Martin. The Princess Juliana International Airport handled approximate 2,324,254 passengers and 173,350 aircraft movements in 2007. It is the most important airport for Windward Island Airways and one of the important gateways for the many small Islands, including Saba, St. Eustatius, Anguilla and St. Barthelemy.
Paro Airport
Paro Airport, Dangerous Airports in the World
The Paro Airport is one of the major International Airports in Bhutan. It is placed 6 km from Paro in a deep valley on the bank of the Paro Chhu River. With its surrounding peaks as high as 18,000 ft (5,500 meters) it is considered one of the most challenging airports in the World and listed in the list of 10 stunning and dangerous airport in the World. As of October 2009 only nine pilots were certified to land at Paro airport around the World.
Narsarsuaq Airport, Greenland
Narsarsuaq Airport, Dangerous Airports in the World
The Narsarsuaq Airport is located in Narsarsuag, southern Greenland. The Kangerlussuag Airport in Greenland capable of serving large numbers of Airlines. The Narsarsuaq Airport is only the International Airport in Southern Greenland.
Lukla Airport
Lukla Airport, Dangerous Airports in the World
The Lukla Airport is also known as Tenzing-Hillary Airport, which is a small airport in the town of Lukla, Solukhumbu, Eastern Nepal. The airport is widely popular because Lukla is one of the most beautiful places in the World, where many people start the climb to Mount Everest Base Camp. The Lukla airport is contained within a chain link fence and patrolled by the civil police and Nepal armed police. There are daily flights between Kathmandu and Lukla, while the sun is completely shining bright.
Madeira Airport
Madeira Airport, Dangerous Airports in the World
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The Madeira Airport is formerly known as Santa Catarina Airport and informally as Funchal Airport, both are an International Airport in the civil parish of Santa Catarina, Portugal. The Madeira airport is popular for its short runway which, surrounded by very high mountains and the ocean, made it a tricky landing for the most experienced pilots. This dangerous airport was officially opened on 18 July 1964, with two 1,600 meters (5,249 t) long runways and the first flight was ever to land TAP Air Portugal Lockheed Constellation with 80 passengers. According to the popularity of Madeira Island the airport runway had to be extended in 1972 and allow larger aircraft to land.
Los Angeles International Airport
Los Angeles International Airport, Dangerous Airports in the World
The Los Angeles International Airport is one of the largest and busiest Airports in the Greater Los Angeles Area, California. In 2014, The Airport handled 80,562,352 passengers, which making it the fifth busiest airport in the world. It is also was the third busiest airport in the world by aircraft movement, which is operated by Los Angeles World Airports.
Kai Tak Airport, Hong Kong
Kai Tak Airport, Hong Kong - Dangerous Airports in the World
From 1925 until 1998, The Kai Tak Airport was the international airport of Hong Kong, which was officially known as Hong Kong International Airport, when it was officially replaced by the new Hong Kong International Airport. It is the 10th most dangerous airport in the World, because the landings at this airport were a real experience of the pilots

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