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World's Most Xtreme Airports Spectacular: Volume 1 (Air Utopia 0096962101107)

World's Most Xtreme Airports Spectacular: Volume 1  0096962101107
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World's Most Xtreme Airports Spectacular: Volume 1 (Air Utopia 0096962101107)
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Category:Various
Subcategory:dvd Airport
ISBN/Box:0096962101107
Publisher/Brand:Air Utopia
Format:80 min
Version:dvd
Language:English
Availability:only 4 remaining

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Category Various, Subcategory dvd Airport, ISBN/Box 0096962101107, Publisher/Brand Air Utopia, Format 80 min, Version dvd, Language English

Filmed across 5 continents, this aviation spectacular features the World's most challenging and extreme airports! Highly trained professionals battle the environmental and geographical barriers from the barren arctic runways of Canada, to the hot and high gravel airfields of Africa. - St. Maarten - St. Barts - Hong Kong Kai Tak - Iqaluit, Canada - Sao Paulo, Congonhas - Saigon, South Vietnam - Semera, Ethiopia - Funchal, Madeira - Lampang, Thailand - Dutch Harbor/ Unalaska, Alaska -



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