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"Worlds Most Dangerous Airports" scenery

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Posted 09 December 2010 - 07:24 PM

Is there any scenery creator out there that could create the worlds most dangerous airports scenery. This show is from the History Channel. Here are the top 10.

10. San Diego Lindberg Feild (KSAN)
9.Madeira (LMPA)
8.Eagle Vail County (KEGE)
7.Courchevel (LFLJ)
6. Kai Tak (VHHX)
5. Gibraltar (LXGB)
4. St.Maarten, Princess Juliana (TNCM)
3. St. Barts (TFFJ)
2. Tegucigalpa, Toncontin (MHTG)
1. Lukla (VNLK)
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Posted 09 December 2010 - 08:00 PM

Most of thos airports are over at the org. If not then join California Airlines VA, they have a huge scenery database, well worth joining.
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Posted 09 December 2010 - 08:45 PM

Why is San Diego one of the most dangerous airports?
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Posted 09 December 2010 - 09:29 PM

KSAN/San Diego Lindbergh Field is quite hazardous due to the approach to Runway 27. The hills east of the field, for one of the hazards, get very close to the glideslope of the ILS. Being a but under the GS can have a bit of a "noise abatement" issue as there would be quite a loud collection of noises from colliding with the various businesses on that hill.

If anyone has any contradicting information, please help correct this. This is what I have remembered since the 1970s - prior to the collision between a PSA aircraft and GA aircraft.
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