Denver International Airport USA has established itself under deep inspection from method theorists since it opened in 1995.
Courchevel (France) Airport’s runway truly looks like a ski slope. Pilots must obtain a special permit to land here. It is 1,700-ft stretch of runway is on the short side, but the 18.5 per cent incline for incoming plane.
Princess Juliana International (Saint Maarten) Airport is the third busiest in the Eastern Caribbean. When planes get land to runway over the heads of sunbathers underneath looks very scary.
Don Muang International (Thailand) Airport doesn’t look mostly odd, but stuck between the two runways is in fact an 18-hole golf course.
Gibraltar means the peninsulas don’t have too much space on the little runway, it is cut in half by its busiest road, with a nasty conflict between a 747 and a Ford Orion.
King Fahd International (Saudi Arabia) Airport is the world’s biggest airport – 160 square kilometers larger than the whole of neighboring Bahrain. And it’s also covered about 780 square kilometers of Saudi Arabian desert.
Juancho E. Yrausquin (Netherlands Antilles) 1,300-ft long, it’s only in shape for small aircraft and also is one of the most difficult to land upon. Airport border by tall hills on one side.
Kansai International (Japan) Airport constructed on island which is three miles off the coast of Osaka. It took some $20 billion and around seven years for structure and it’s looking large it can be seen from space.
Barra (Scotland) the Hebridean Island of Barra where the Scottish have been used as a makeshift runway since the Thirties. The airport handles 1,000 flights each year, but only when the flood is out.
Paro (Bhutan) bounded by 5,000m Himalayan Mountains, Paro Airport unexpected talent from pilots. The rarefied air at 2,235m only multiple issues.
Tenzing-Hillary Airport is located in eastern Nepal. The runway is just 1,729-ft long, and at 2,860 meters above sea level, another hellish target for those of a worried character.
Funchal (Madeira) runway was just 5,000-ft long; it’s difficult for commercial aircraft to undertake. A clever solution was found in the form of a 3,000ft extension a huge girder bridge.