20 Airport With The Most Runways In The World

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“Never, ever confuse what happens on a runway with fashion. A runway is a spectacle. It’s only fashioned when a woman puts it on. Being well dressed hasn’t much to do with having good clothes.

It’s a question of good balance and good common sense”.-Oscar de la Renta. Now you could understand the view of the runways in a different sight, well today we are here with something more interesting than that.

In this article, we have assembled 20 photos from around the world, and guess what? yes, they are the insane runways!

You would be shocked after seeing them and who knows you might pray to do not land on these airports! Let’s jump into the photo gallery and know some details about these insane runways.

1. Agatti Aerodrome (India)

Agatti Aerodrome (India)

This is an extremely risky landing on the south tip of Agatti Island off the Indian coast. You can enjoy mother nature through your window when you fly over this location.

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2. Barra Airport (Scotland)

Barra Airport (Scotland)

You can likely just see why it is a beach for daytime flights. The place is in a remote area and a runway has to be built, and the government of Scotland has done its best to do that.

3. Catalina Airport (USA)

Catalina Airport (USA)

It is another path that ends with a precipitous fall, located on Catalina Island off the coast of California. One of America’s most dangerous airports. If you visit the area, you can have a green view of the mountains.

4. Chubu Centrair International Airport (Japan)

Chubu Centrair International Airport (Japan)

It seems that in the center of big bodies of water Japan wants to develop its airports! Okay, we are at the height of innovation and if you go, you’d be shocked by a looping device.

5. Courchevel Airport (France)

Courchevel Airport (France)

It’s the 7th most dangerous runway in the world. Then it’s on a line! So, what do you believe? Will you land on that track?

6. Gibraltar Airport (Gibraltar)

Gibraltar Airport (Gibraltar)

You’ll see a bridge crossing the road if you look closely. This isn’t a car. Yes, Winston Churchill Avenue is a relatively busy road and must be closed proportionally each time a plane lands.

7. Juancho E. Yrausquin Airport (Saba)

Juancho E. Yrausquin Airport (Saba)

It would be catastrophic to overtake and undershoot this course for the boat, but it would be landless. This path has also been described as secure. A beautiful place to see the dangerous form of nature.

8. Kansai International Airport (Japan)

Kansai International Airport (Japan)

Now it’s totally gorgeous. Yeah, all the blue things you see are air! This is an artificial island, supposedly. One of Japan’s most beautiful runways. You can scratch beauty more when you see it from your window seat.

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9. Madeira Airport (Portugal)

Madeira Airport (Portugal)

The road was too short and dangerous, as you can see at this airport, the government did something important, they put the road on a bridge. Back then, their approach won a number of technology awards.

10. Malé International Airport (Maldives)

Malé International Airport (Maldives)

This is another highway in the Maldives without a lot of fluttering space. The beautiful country of the sea. The country. So try to land here if you plan to spend a holiday in the Maldives. Only then will the deep sea obsession be fun.

11. Paro International Airport (Bhutan)

Paro International Airport (Bhutan)

This lovely airport has been built in the Himalayas. It’s illegal to land at night and mist. You need to visit this airport when you are traveling to Bhutan.

12. Pegasus White Ice Runway (Antarctica)

Pegasus White Ice Runway (Antarctica)

The name of this path tells all of it, Serving McMurdo Station. You can have National Geography documentaries about this airport. The aircraft are arriving here with too much craft and VVIPs.

13. Princess Juliana International Airport (St. Maarten)

Princess Juliana International Airport (St. Maarten)

There’s nothing more to say about this. At this airport and runway, you actually listened to a lot. The fact that it’s on the aircraft on the beach is likely more limited.  you can watch some Youtube videos on this airport.

14. Saint Barthélemy Airport (Saint Barthélemy)

Saint Barthélemy Airport (Saint Barthélemy)

And this is another route that ends on a beach, with the exception of this path. And there are also signs of risk. Do you imagine that the aircraft here are at risk? Where does the authority offer an analog sign?

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15. Svalbard Airport (Norway)

Svalbard Airport (Norway)

Built as a surpassed surface of permafrost, this road serves the Svalbard Archipelago, the northernmost population settlement on Earth which does not have a researcher as a norm.

16. Tenzing-Hillary Airport (Nepal)

Tenzing-Hillary Airport (Nepal)

It’s almost 3,000 meters high, but it’s just a few hundred meters. In Nepal, there are some more dangerous runways. Such roads also endure accidents.

17. Toncontín International Airport (Honduras)

Toncontín International Airport (Honduras)

This airport has very short runways, surrounded by mountains. There are several other airports, but you may tell the view from the window seat if you need to recognize it. This is a wonderful daring experience.

18. Tufi Airport (Papua New Guinea)

Tufi Airport (Papua New Guinea)

Everywhere you find dust and dirt. This will be an international airport soon, with flights to Australia. We are not sure, given the little confusing information based on the internet.

19. Wellington International Airport (New Zealand)

Wellington International Airport (New Zealand)

This famous airport may not seem risky, but the wind-induced by the nearby channeling effect of Cook Strait has credited the turbulent landings.

20. Matekane Air Strip (Lesotho)

Matekane Air Strip (Lesotho)

Sometimes called one of the most frightening runways in the world, this runway runs literally off the edge! Yeah, that’s real. As you can see in the video.

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