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Difficult Landing Airports

The area is really beautiful! The wonderful blue & green landscapes, colors of emerald and kiwi. What you could do in such a splendid place? Summer’s approaching… and this is a very charming place for a holiday. Peace, quiet, lonely beaches, great place to dive; we hear only the birds… and some aircraft… Hmm, seeing this airports… maybe it’s still better to spend the holiday at home in the bath!

Difficult Landing Airports

Difficult Landing Airports

Difficult Landing Airports

Difficult Landing Airports

Difficult Landing Airports

Difficult Landing Airports

Difficult Landing Airports

Difficult Landing Airports

Difficult Landing Airports

Difficult Landing Airports

Difficult Landing Airports

Difficult Landing Airports

Difficult Landing Airports

Difficult Landing Airports

Difficult Landing Airports

Difficult Landing Airports

Difficult Landing Airports

Difficult Landing Airports

Difficult Landing Airports

Difficult Landing Airports

Difficult Landing Airports

Difficult Landing Airports

Difficult Landing Airports

Difficult Landing Airports


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  • Israeli pilot

    Foolish pix. These landings are no more or less difficult than anywhere else.

  • Robert Fischer

    Great Pix!
    Can you please tell me where these landing spots are? My app “Flype” is made for flying strange places with an iPhone and these would perfectly fit in.

  • ADMIN

    Apologies to all pilots. This post supposed to be funny not abusive. I know that any experienced pilot easy can land there, but to us mortals still looks scary… :)

  • Luc

    I’d love to know the names of these airports to fly in with FSX or x-plane…
    Thanks

  • Bojan

    I would like to know the names too… If someone recognize any of this airports, just tell me i will update post.

  • Ricardo Montalban

    Why no picture of a naval carrier? Now THAT is a difficult landing!

  • Bojan
  • matt

    The 6th one down looks like the azore islands

  • anil

    landing

  • Bjarni

    I would like to know the names of these airport and location

  • JJ

    Well the first two, what’s so hard? The first one big deal, there is water at each end.. So what, that means there are no hills to hit. The second one is Macau in China. It’s a big long runway on an artificial island. Again so what? They land 747′s here without a drama.

    The one with the bridge is Funchal in Madeira. Landing on the bridge end is a doddle, it just looks weird. Landing from the other direction is really really hard, you fly a curved approach along the side of the hill and a large number of planes have crashed attempting this approach.

  • Soendoro Soetanto

    Nice collection of beautiful airports :)

    Thanks for sharing,
    Soendoro Soetanto

  • pilotHans

    hi there,

    very beautiful views of cool airports…the ones on the mountains looks difficult to land…hmm

  • Will Poole

    would have been nice if the labels for each aiprt were shown,, I recognize some like Lukla, and St. Bart’s and Madeira,, but its hard to know where most are

  • Mark

    The 12th picture is in a private neighborhood in the NC Mountains. I do not remeber the name, but it is a nice area.

  • modified cars

    very nice landscapes and i really loved seeing theses pictures for the first time. I would be better if these pictures are named with respective. hmm.. thanks for the stop.

  • Leticia

    You have to add the “Alberto Carnevali” Airport in Merida, Venezuela. Very small, in the middle of the city, and surrounded by three gas stations!!!!!!

  • Alex

    I know its closed now but how can you not have Kaitak airpor? The old one here in HK. it was kinda scary to land there especially in a jumbo…

  • Frequent flier

    The second one is Macau. The terminal is up against a mountain.

  • François

    the one covered with snow probably is Courchevel in the French Alps. 1000 ft long sloping runway. I got some training there landing a ligth plane uphill and taking off downhill. Very tricky !

  • Andrew

    Nos 9 & 10 are at an airport knopwn as Gustav III in St Barts (can’t find it on a map, but it’s in the Caribbean somewhere.

    No 11 has to be in Nepal.

    No 13 is an old photo of Majuro Airport on the Marshall Islands (western Pacific – head east from Guam). It is now their international airport and can take a 767.

    No 14 is Lord Howe Island (off the east coast of Australia).

    No 21 is Hamilton Island (approaching from the south), a major tourist resort in the Great Barrier Reef.

    No 23 is the world-famous Sant Maarten (or St Martin) in the Caribbean. Major tourist place, passenger jets up to 747s fly in low straight over the beach to land. Theres a road at the end of the runway which is closed for both arrivals and departures. People have been blown off their feet by the thrust used on takeoff.

  • Rodrigo

    The first photo is in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The airport name is Santos Dumont.
    the ICAO sign is SBRJ and IATA sign is SDU. There are more pictures at airliners.net. This airport is very difficult to land, the airbus or boeing pilots only landing there if they have a special course and alot of experience.

  • Devon hotels

    seeing airports with these nice places will make our travel terrific!……c:

  • chris

    This would have been better if you had named the airports

  • http://www.portugalturist.se/lissabon/ Madeira turist

    Lissaboa är bara några av de pärlor som finns i Portugal. Klart att rekommendera för höst semestern.

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  • jps

    #2 and #3 are from Madeira island (Portugal)
    One of the craziest are Toncontin, Tegucigalpa (Honduras) and Princess Juliana, St Marteen islands (France/Netherlands) – serch Youtube

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