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Kai Tak, World's Most Dangerous Airport in Hong Kong (13 pics)

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Kai Tak airport which was shut down in 1998 was the site of botched landings that included planes crashing into the water and clipping buildings on their descent.
These spectacular images show the moment experienced pilots grappled with the notoriously dangerous landing, before the airport was closed by the government in 1998 for its poor safety record.


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№1 Author: Louie (9 Jul 2013 06:54) Total user comments: 8189


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wow
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№2 Author: fluorescentG (9 Jul 2013 15:11) Total user comments: 3958


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stack em up a little higher to fit in a normal size strip
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№3 Author: whiteho2 (9 Jul 2013 16:35) Total user comments: 116


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Get your facts straight. It was closed because it was old and HK required a new, modern airport. It also wasn't 'that' dangerous. It just seemed too to the untrained eye. Spectacular, yes.... purely closed for safety reasons, no.
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