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Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Rock of Gibralter
Posted by Karlene Petitt at 8:30 AM
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Gr8 Pix! ... Hmmm... I can't figure out why they would build a road across a runway... (Seems like a nightmare for both safety and security.)ReplyDelete
Wow! very attractive airport:)Also very peaceful!ReplyDelete
I guess this airport influences many children dream. when I was child,I often visit at Kansai international airport in Osaka to see commercial airline.
I really wanna visit at this place in near future.
thanks Karlene san,and have a wonderful day!!
T.J. My only guess is they had the airport first and built the town around and figured there was only one way to get to the other town... across the runway. Fascinating.ReplyDelete
Jun, I've flown into Kansai many times. Wow...and you were had been there too. How wonderful! You will visit many places in your future!ReplyDelete
I've seen roads that go under runways (HGR, near my house has that) but never THROUGH a runway!! I thought a freight train was thing biggest thing you would ever see crossing a road!ReplyDelete
Stunning! and scary, too. Now that's adventure.ReplyDelete
Writers conference on the rock, Linda? :)ReplyDelete
It's the home of the world's shortest Intercontinental Flight.ReplyDelete
WOW! That is one highway I do NOT want to travel on. *shivers*ReplyDelete
Heather, Yes... very scary!ReplyDelete
It seems to me that the last photo has been manipulated by digital technology. All too easy these days. An awesome set of pictures never the less. I'm particularly intrigued by the fighter stopped on the runway - from the fire apparatus present, it would appear that the jet had some sort of emergency.ReplyDelete
Thanks for this post!
Dan in ALB... YOU could be right. Theatrics in entertaining. Besides... who would be on the other side of that car to take that picture? Hmmm.ReplyDelete
Thanks for your comment!
Wow Wow Karlene san. that is amazing.I am excited that you come to kansai airport as commercial pilot:) I proud of you:))))ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful day.
Really neat airport! I'd love to fly there some day, or at least visit.ReplyDelete
It's very cool. But watch out for the cars! Thanks for the comment Daniel.ReplyDelete
Hi Jun, I will let you know next time I come to Kansai! A great airport.ReplyDelete