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  • This Airport Has Its Own Island | Super Structures | Spark

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    The Kansai International Airport is just that - and island built to provide the space for an airport - an engineering marvel. Forty-one aircraft can park at the immense terminal - the only man-made structure other than the Great Wall of China visible from space. The only problem is that this amazing airport is slowly sinking!

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  • The Airport Island: The Story Of Osaka Kansai International Airport

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    Osaka Kansai airport is located on an artificial island in Osaka Bay and opened in 1994 and was expanded in 2007.

    As you can imagine, construction was no easy task. Two mountains were flattened to build the island, and, according to the Institution of Civil Engineers, at the time of its completion, it was the most expensive civil engineering project to date.

    Despite some incredible engineering successes, and proven ability to withstand earthquakes and typhoons, issues are now appearing. Notably, the island is sinking faster than expected, leading to increasing problems with flooding.

    Let’s take a look at the background, construction, operation, and plans for this unique airport.

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  • Kansai International Airport: the worlds first airport built on the sea | Flights of Fancy 1

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    Like all cities in Japan, Osaka faces a serious problem of space, so the city created the world's largest artificial island by then and build there one of the most amazing engineering works.

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    Designed by the Italian architectural star Renzo Piano, the Kansai Airport has a monumental terminal, silver support beams deliquesce upwards to form a framework which – when looked upon from the outside – looks like the wings of a gigantic bird.

    It seems that almost a hundred years after the era of the great railway stations, the vast and lofty architecture of the age of steam was reincarnated in the form of streamlined cathedrals of flight at the end of last century. The series FLIGHTS OF FANCY shows – by means of four international major airports – a contemporary architecture of the superlative.

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  • Kansai Airport, Osaka - Impossible Engineering: Ultimate Airport - Japan Engineering Documentary

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    The Kansai International Airport in Osaka Bay, Japan, is built on the largest man-made island in the world. Discover how engineers built an artificial island on top of clay seabed to make the most daring engineering project of modern times a success.

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  • How Did They Build The Eurotunnel Under The Sea? | Super Structures | Spark

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    Eurotunnel paints a vivid and exciting portrait of human ingenuity and the unflagging nature of mankind’s pioneering spirit. Join the 13,000 workers in their 6-year effort to complete an almost unimaginable technological feat - the 3.5-mile Euro tunnel.

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  • World’s Longest Subsea Pipeline | Megastructures | Free Documentary

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    Megastructures - World’s Longest Subsea Pipeline | Engineering Documentary

    Megastructures - The World’s Most Extreme Railway:

    By two thousand and eight, Norway will be connected to the United Kingdom via a 1200 km super pipeline—the longest subsea pipeline in the world. But this connection is only a part of an enormous plan to tap into Norway’s second largest gas deposit, capable of providing 20% of the UK’s gas needs for decades to come. Located 3 km below the ocean’s surface and 120 km offshore, the deposit is beyond the reach of humans and all of the construction has to be completed by robots working against strong underwater currents, sub-zero temperatures and extreme wind and wave conditions. When tapped, the gas will be transported to one of the largest automated gas processing plants to prepare it for shipment to U.K. Each phase will put ingenuity and engineering to the ultimate test.
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  • Kansai International Airport | Flights of Fancy 1/4

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    Designed by the Italian architectural star Renzo Piano, the Kansai Airport has a monumental terminal, silver support beams deliquesce upwards to form a framework which – when looked upon from the outside – looks like the wings of a gigantic bird.

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    It seems that almost a hundred years after the era of the great railway stations, the vast and lofty architecture of the age of steam was reincarnated in the form of streamlined cathedrals of flight at the end of last century. The series FLIGHTS OF FANCY shows – by means of four international major airports – a contemporary architecture of the superlative.

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  • Kansai Airport: The Island Airport

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    As some of Asia's aviation hubs are among the world's envy, Kansai Airport in Japan is among the engineering marvels of our time. With the growth of travel to Osaka, the Kansai region, and Japan, the airport is looking to upgrade its facilities to accomodate the anticipated rise in travel to the country.

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  • How These Disasters Have Changed Ship Design Features | Built From Disaster | Spark

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    Advances in boat technology, including the design features that allow passenger ships to operate safely.

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  • How To Build A Skyscraper | Super Structures | Spark

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    Skyscrapers illuminate the amazing designs and monumental human efforts that have forever altered our urban landscapes. Peel back the outer layer of the world’s tallest buildings and delve into the newest achievements of structural composition.

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  • The Worlds Most Useful Airport Documentary

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  • This Is How Underwater Structures Are Built

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    The population of the Earth is growing, and there is less and less free space for housing. It is quite possible that floating cities and underwater megacities may become quite real in the future. But how will you be able to solve the problem of building on water - after all, it is much more difficult than building something on land? Believe us, even now mankind can build facilities incredible scale in rivers, seas and oceans. If you have any doubts about that, our video for today will definitely clear them!

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  • Mega Future Trains | Megastructures | Free Documentary

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    Megastructures - The World’s Most Extreme Railway:

    Speeding at 430 km/h, a futuristic magnetic levitation train makes the 30 km journey from the Pudong International Airport to the Longyang Road Station in Shanghai’s new financial center into an eight-minute joyride. As the world’s first operating electromagnetic levitation train system, the MAGLEV travels at lightening speed and could change the way we look at train technology forever. As a transportation system it is fast, safe and energy efficient but the Shanghai line remains the only magnetic levitation train in commercial operation despite decades of research and countless proposals.

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  • How An Airport Trains For A Plane Crash | The Worlds Best Airport: Changi | Spark

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    Changi Airport is renowned as the world's best airport, handling over 54 million passengers a year. In this 4-part series, we follow some of the 40,000 remarkable men and women and the extraordinary lengths they go to safeguard or meet the needs and wants of travellers.

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  • Dubais Crazy Underwater Train and Other Things #Only in Dubai

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    No matter how much money a country has none of them has the futuristic feel of Dubai. Whether it's rotating skyscrapers or floating trains, somethings are found only in Dubai.

    1 Aladdin city
    Consisting of 3 lamp-like towers, each around 30 storeys in height, this complex includes office space, hotels, and parking. Each building is connected with snakelike bridges with air conditioning and moving floors.

    2 Museum of the future
    The 9 storey building is shaped like an eye that represents our vision of the future, with an auditorium, food and beverage deck and 6 exhibition floors showing anything from climate change innovation, smart city inventions, and A.I. It may sound like an oxymoron but the museum of the future is a thing of the present.

    3 Burj Khalifa
    828 metres tall, 163 floors, it’s the worlds tallest skyscraper. It also has the elevator with the longest travel distance, the most floors, the highest outdoor observation deck and the highest occupied floor.

    4 Hyperloop
    Dubai proposes to construct a high-speed train link under the Arabic sea to Mumbai, a total distance of 1,862 km away. The train will cover this distance in two hours, that’s approximately 580 miles an hour. The trains will travel in tunnels just under the surface of the sea suspended from a network of floating rigs. So now we can get seasick on a train!

    5 Burj al Arab
    The worlds first 7-star hotel, This sail-like building sits on its own man-made island. It has 202 rooms ranging in price from 2000 to 24 thousand dollars a night.

    6 Dynamic tower
    420 metres tall, with 80 storeys all formed around a central column which allows each floor to rotate independently of the others. Occupants will able to choose the speed and direction of rotation, and an entire 360-degree rotation will take 90 minutes.

    7 Dubai creek tower
    Currently, under construction, the Dubai creek tower’s estimated height is 1300 metres. The building will include 10 viewing platforms some of which will rotate, offices, residences, restaurants and sky gardens inspired by the hanging gardens of Babylon.

    8 Man-Made islands
    Whether its the palm tree, the world map or the newly built seahorse island maybe one of the most iconic things in Dubai are its man-made islands. These icons don’t come cheap though, the palm tree islands alone cost over 12 billion dollars to make.

    9 Dubai frame
    In order to showcase everything we’ve mentioned, Dubai built the “Dubai frame”. Resembling a picture frame this 150-metre tall building is designed so that whilst looking through one side you can see modern-day Dubai while from the other side the older more traditional Dubai can be seen. Dubai’s elaborate way of not losing track of its roots.

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  • Airport Expert Creates the Ideal Layout for LaGuardia Airport | WIRED

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    HOK's Peter Ruggiero redesigns airports for a living. As an airport architect, Peter helped put together the plan to improve New York's most notorious airport, LaGuardia Airport. So what actually goes into optimizing the design of an airport terminal? Peter guides us through all the aspects of design that are incorporated into modern airports.



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  • Whats Inside A Nuclear Submarine? | Super Structures | Spark

    51:44

    Seawolf provides a fascinating insider’s look at one of the world’s most remarkable structures. Called the most complex military machine of the 20th Century, the $2.3 billion Seawolf submarine is a prototype for the U.S. Navy’s undersea future.

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  • Moving The Heathrow Tower Across The Runway | Huge Moves | Spark

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    At Britain's busiest airport, Heathrow, a team of international engineers have to dodge aircraft, passengers and their luggage, racing against time to move a gleaming, state of the art Air Traffic Control Tower across the world's busiest runway into position in a brand new terminal. Find out how they narrowly avoid a lightning storm that threatens to strike the glass tower down in transit, and precision park it onto its new foundations.

    Meanwhile, in Manitoba, Canada, fearless tower king Harold Minty has to shift five, 200 foot tall grain towers 20 miles, over a mountain frozen with ice and snow to a new farm. It's a rollercoaster ride as he fights his way through a vicious snowstorm, battling to stop this towering steel super-convoy from slipping off a snowy cliff edge.

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  • How Heathrow Deals With Large Cargo | Britains Busiest Airport | Spark

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    Heathrow goes through an enormous amount of passengers every year and the same can be said for the cargo. In fact roughly 1.5 million tonnes of cargo to be exact but just how do they do it? especially when weather conditions aren't forgiving.

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  • What Happens If You Bring A Knife Into An Airport | The Worlds Best Airport: Changi | Spark

    44:48

    Changi Airport is renowned as the world's best airport, handling over 54 million passengers a year. In this 4-part series, we follow some of the 40,000 remarkable men and women and the extraordinary lengths they go to safeguard or meet the needs and wants of travellers.

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  • How Do Airports Operate? | Dublin Airport: Life Stories | Spark

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    The arrivals gate; a place where families and friends are reunited and emotions run high. From military arrivals to family reunions, each 'welcome home' is just a special as the next.

    All over the world, airports are abuzz with people; with arrivals and departures, and crying and smiling, Dublin Airport is no different. We follow the stories of the passengers and the staff at Dublin and see just how an airport operates from day-to-day.

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  • South China Sea: Leave immediately and keep far off - BBC News

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    A BBC team flew over the disputed South China Sea islands in a US military plane.

    Six countries have competing claims in the sea, but tensions have increased in recent years and China has backed its claim with island-building and patrols.

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  • The Trains That Changed The World | Power: Railways | Spark

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    Artists, writers, poets seem to have found the greatest fascination and the greatest romance in the powerful engines they have watched cross bridges climb mountains, and drive though the heart of cities. The romance of trains. The story of rail travel, is the story of huge loads, extravagant luxuries, and astonishing speed.

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  • Monitoring The Traffic Of People That Go Through Heathrow | Britains Busiest Airport | Spark

    45:37

    Heathrow airport can go through over 7 million passengers a month which is by no means an easy task. This documentary follows staff as they try and safely and efficiently transfer every passenger to their flights.

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  • Building Sea City | Spark

    52:02

    This stylish, lavishly photographed HD documentary follows the team on the ground in Kuwait as they race to beat critical deadlines while the temperature rises to the extremes of mid-summer. There are bridges to finish, water gates to be built and installed, millions of cubic metres of dynamic compaction to be done – literally smashing the ground flat enough to bear the weight of buildings on it – and mangrove plants to nurture at the absolute northern limit of their possible cultivation. All this before new lagoons can be flooded in late 2009, and while the first families are already moving into their new homes alongside the first flooded lagoons.

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  • Can Heathrow Cope With The A380 - The Worlds Largest Passenger Airplane | Heathrow | Spark

    46:12

    Much like the Tom Hanks movie 'The Terminal' sometimes people overstay their welcome at the airport.

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  • Rare look at Chinas artificial island-building project

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    The U.S. says China is reclaiming land in the South China Sea. Artificial islands under construction could become military bases. China denied CBS News access, but Seth Doane got as close as any Westerner might.

  • What does it take to maintain Singapores Jewel Changi Airport? | Jewel After Hours | Full Episode

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    Jewel Changi Airport is Singapore's newest tourism attraction. The sprawling 135,700 sqm complex, with its heady mix of nature and architecture, retail and restaurants, has garnered considerable accolades from local fans and international press alike. Behind the beautiful flora and majestic waterfall and under its gleaming facade, who are the people keeping Jewel polished?

    Filmed mostly at night, Jewel After Hours takes a peek behind Changi’s newest gem. Meet the people who work behind-the-scenes, often into the wee hours, to maintain Singapore's latest icon. Through their stories, we will reveal what the island nation has in store for travellers in the coming years.
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  • How The Revolutionary Thunder Boat Was Built | Extreme Constructions | Spark

    50:42

    The Thunder Boat (Tonnerre) is the second largest ship of the Marine Nationale. The structure is fitted with revolutionary equipment, with a range of high technologies, and is able to operate in a range of situations, as it did during Cyclone Irma in 2017 and Beirut in August 2020.

    This ship of the future is a true “Swiss knife”, acting simultaneously as an aircraft base, a commandment post and is equipped as a floating hospital, with the ability to shelter troops, helicopters and vehicles.

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  • Rebuilding Industry Bulldozers | Mega Mechanics | Spark

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    On this episode of Mega Mechanics, at the world’s largest coal export terminal, high voltage cables are causing some real problems for leading tradesperson, Dan and his team. A shutdown is ordered, but before anything is off the ground there’s an issue. Big bulldozer rebuild has the heat on Shane to stay on track at the Hastings Deering mine shop. Bringing these mega machines back to new takes temperature and tools to the extreme.

    Across Australia, the wheels of industry turn 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. These machines are tough and the teams of people running them are even tougher. From deep underground, to high in the sky, these heavy metal marvels are essential to our daily lives. But, what happens when these massive machines break down? Teams of mechanics, engineers, fitters, and boilermakers step up to battle against tight deadlines, in some of the harshest working environments on the planet.

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  • Osaka Vlog Exploring Empty Kansai International Airport, Rinku Premium Outlet, and Rinku Park #227

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    My first time to see so less people in Kansai International Airport. In this video, I explore Kansai International Airport, Rinku Premium Outlet, and Rinku Park. Rinku Park is one of the most beautiful sunset spot in Osaka, hope you can see how the town looks like now, and can virtual travel Osaka with me ^^

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    How to take train and buy train ticket from Kansai International Airport 14:02
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  • How Was The London Underground System Built?| Super Structures | Spark

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    London Underground, a system of rail lines, is still growing through the present day with the latest line expected to carry an incredible 30,000 people per hour in each direction.

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  • Stuck In An Airport Without Any Money | The Worlds Best Airport: Changi | Spark

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    Changi Airport is renowned as the world's best airport, handling over 54 million passengers a year. In this 4-part series, we follow some of the 40,000 remarkable men and women and the extraordinary lengths they go to safeguard or meet the needs and wants of travellers.

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  • Hightech in the Air | Exceptional Engineering | Free Documentary

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    Exceptional Engineering: Hightech in the Air
    At Munich Airport, the world's most modern long-haul aircraft is ready to take off from the runway. The engines start and almost silent, the passenger jet rolls faster and faster to the end point of the runway and takes off. For Lufthansa, the first aircraft of the type A 350 has made a big step into a new world of passenger flight. Airbus' latest aircraft, due to its capacity and condition, is ideal for a Munich hub.
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  • The resort with its own Private Airport

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    EP193: Flying Amanpulo (Pamalican Island) to Manila, exploring the Cathay Pacific Business Lounge in Manila, then flying a Qantas A330 in Business Class from Manila to Sydney.

    This is the last day of our Philippines Adventure after traveling through Manila, Cebu, Bohol, and to the Aman Resort on Pamalican Island.

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    Rush hour at Munich Airport: An Airbus A350 takes off. The long-range wide-body aircraft of the European aircraft manufacturer is said to declare war on its largest competitor, the American Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Of all commercial aircraft, the A350 has the highest proportion of carbon fiber in the fuselage and wings, thus setting new standards of stability with a high level of comfort. The assembly of the high-flyer takes two and a half months. Can Boeing keep up?

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    The Hong Kong International Airport colloquially known as Chek Lap Kok Airport to distinguish it from its predecessor, the closed Kai Tak Airport, is the main airport in Hong Kong. The airport has a total of 90 boarding gates, with 78 jet bridge gates and 12 virtual gates which are used as assembly points for passengers, who are then ferried to the aircraft by apron buses. Of the 66 jet bridges, five are capable of handling the Airbus A380.

    The 140 acre Terminal 1 of the Airport, is the third largest airport passenger terminal building in the world, after Dubai International Airport Terminal 3 and Beijing Capital International Airport Terminal 3.

    Terminal 2, together with the SkyPlaza, measuring 34 acres opened on 28 Feb 2007 along with the opening of the Airport Station's Platform 3. It is only used for checkig-in and processing facility for departing passengers with no gates or arrival facilities. So far most low-cost carriers and some full-service carriers have relocated their check-in operations to T2.

    The airport was built on a large artificial island on land reclaimed from the island of Chek Lap Kok Lam Chau. The land on which the airport sits measures 3,080-acre (12.48 km2 ) thus nearly adding 1% to Hong Kong's total surface area, connecting to the north side of Lantau Island near Tung Chung new town.

    Construction of the new airport began in 1991 although the airport master plan and civil engineering studies had been completed towards the end of 1982 and 1983 respectively. The construction of the airport was to be completed before the transfer of sovereignty over Hong Kong to People's Republic of China in July 1997. Hong Kong was previously being run by the British colonial government.

    Various objections on the various aspects of the project were raised by the Chinese government in Beijing thus prompting financial institutions to delay extending project finance. An agreement was finally reached and the project proceeded albeit behind schedule,

    Construction of the new airport also involved the construction of new roads and rail roads to the airport, with bridges and undersea tunnels, and major land reclamation projects on both Hong Kong Island and in Kowloon. According to Guinness World Records, the project is the most expensive airport project ever undertaken and was was voted as one of the Top 10 Construction Achievements of the 20th Century at the ConExpo conference in 1999.

    In May 1997, prior to the transfer of sovereignty to China, the British Prime Minister John Major opened the Tsing Ma Bridge, the main access to Lantau Island and the airport and its supporting community.

    The General Secretary of the Communist Party of China (paramount leader) Jiang Zemin officiated the opening ceremony at 12 p.m. Hong Kong Time on. Operations at the airport officially began on 6 July 1998, after a six-year construction costing US$20 billion.

    Cathay Pacific flight 889 became the first commercial flight to land at the airport on 2 July 1998 at 06:25 Hong Kong Time. On the first day of opening however, the airport started to experience some technical difficulties but things returned to normalcy 6 months later.

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  • Floating Airport | The Future of Airports Design is HERE!

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    A floating airport is an airport built and situated on a very large floating structure (VLFS) located many miles out at sea utilizing a flotation type of device or devices such as pneumatic stabilized platform (PSP) technology.

    As the population increases and land becomes more expensive and scarce, very large floating structures (VLFS) such as floating airports could help solve land use, pollution and aircraft noise issues.

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  • FLOATING AIRPORT IN OCEAN || HINDI || तैरने वाला हवाई अड्डा

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    FLOATING AIRPORT IN OCEAN . KANSAI AIRPORT is an international airport in Japan. This airport has been built in ocean on an artificial island. It is the civil monument of the millenium. Even in kobe earthquake , this airport remained intact. It comes in OSAKA and KOBE region. There is a bridge of 3 kms to the airport. Advanced Civil Engineering has been used.

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  • 8 Most DANGEROUS Airports In The World!

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    From trying to land on tiny islands with dangerous crosswinds, to cutting through some of the highest mountain peaks in the world, here are 8 airports you won’t believe exist.

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    8. Funchal Airport (Madeira)
    When designing an airport, architects face a series of challenges depending on the location, climate and terrain- but what do you do if there’s not enough space on an island to build a runway suitable for larger planes?

    7. Barra Airport (Scotland)
    Of all the features you commonly see at airports, a sturdy concrete runway would be one that you’d think was essential. But that’s exactly what Barra Airport doesn’t have- instead being the only place in the world that requires scheduled flights to land on runways that are marked out on a sandy beach by wooden posts.

    6. Matekane Airstrip (Lesotho)
    Lesotho is a small country that is the only independent state in the world where every part of land is at an elevation of at least 1,000 meters. It lies in the mountains, and is completely encircled by South Africa. The country has airports in its main cities, but uses a network of small landing strips for the Lesotho Flying Doctors service and charity organizations to reach the more remote villages to run health clinics and provide help.

    5. Narsarsuaq Airport (Greenland)
    Surrounded by snowy mountains and icy lakes, Narsarsuaq airport (say that 3 times fast!) is the only international airport in southern Greenland. It serves a small town, and is mainly used as a hub where passengers transfer to helicopters for the reminder of their journeys.

    4. Camp Barneo (North Pole)
    Ice and snow are treacherous conditions for planes, and the temporary runway at Camp Borneo is, itself, carved from ice- providing one of the most unusual and spectacular landing sites anywhere on earth.

    3. Princess Juliana International Airport (St. Maarten)
    Another island that has found the space needed for their airport to present difficulties is St. Maarten in the Caribbean. The island is actually split into two, with one half being a French overseas territory and the other belonging to the Netherlands.

    2. Gibraltar Airport (Gibraltar)
    One feature you generally expect from an airport runway is a dedicated stretch where planes can take off and land. In another case of space management, though, the international airport of Gibraltar has one that shares usage with another form of transport.

    1. Paro international Airport (Bhutan)
    Paro is the only international airport in Bhutan, and one that is considered so challenging that there are only a small number of pilots who are certified to land there. The difficulties come from the perilous location of the runway, 1.5 miles above sea level and surrounded by the sharp peaks of the Himalayan Mountains. With a runway that is 3,900 feet in length, Paro holds the record as one of the only airports in the world who’s runway is shorter than its elevation.

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