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http://melcutler.com Adventure to the 2nd most dangerous airport in the world. Check out this vid I took from inside the plane left wing side. We get so close to the houses and trees and did a pretty sharp turn. You have to be specially trained to land on this run way.....so rad!!! Some wiki facts: The History Channel program Most Extreme Airports ranks it as the second most dangerous airport in the world. The approach to the airport is considered to be one of the most difficult in the world to all aircraft, especially in inclement weather conditions. AA landing in Tegucigalpa, post May 2009 984 ft extension increasing the length of the runway from 6112 ft to its current 7096 ft., combined with further blasting of hill on approach which somewhat decreases the risks and approach angle....
AA landing in Tegucigalpa, prior to May 2009 984 ft extension increasing the length of the runway from 6112 ft to its current 7096 ft., combined with further blasting of hill on approach which somewhat decreases the risks and approach angle.
Learn, Share, Subscribe The American Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRR8eYVQa9r_t3h4Tc2bmhsu The Asian series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRRGIkTyr4u371Fx6e88Qx2N The European Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRTa_XMM9a4hDh2Yo9CsZzOR Social Media: https://plus.google.com/+blinder00 https://twitter.com/Sebastian2Go https://www.facebook.com/official7facts ------------------------------------------------ In this brief video you can find seven little known facts about Honduras. More information about the video content bellow: 1. Christopher Columbus is said to have said after leaving behind a storm: “Thank God we’ve left these Depths.” And he called Depths (Honduras) the area, and Thank God (Gracias a Dios) the Cape he lef...
Toncontín International Airport (IATA: TGU, ICAO: MHTG) or Teniente Coronel Hernán Acosta Mejía Airport is a civil and military airport located 6 km (4 mi) from the centre of Tegucigalpa, Honduras. The History Channel programme Most Extreme Airports ranks it as the second most dangerous airport in the world. The approach to the airport is considered to be one of the most difficult in the world to all aircraft, especially in inclement weather conditions.
Spanish/Nat Air traffic in Honduras has been cut off due to forest fires caused by El Nino weather phenomenon. A thick cloud of smoke has curtailed visibility at all of Honduras four international airports and flights are neither departing nor arriving. Forest fires have raged and burned some 35-thousand acres in Honduras. All four of Honduras international airports are out of service due to poor visibility caused by a thick cloud of smoke from forest fires. In the capital, Tegucigalpa, 'Toncontin International Airport' was frequently closed during the past two weeks leaving thousands of travellers stranded. Considered one of the most dangerous airports in the world, Toncontin has become even more dangerous thanks to the El Nino weather phenomenon. Flights are neithe...
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This approach was so dangerous that they closed the airport. I shot it with my cell phone held up against the window. Notice how long the wing stays down in the turn, and how close it gets to the ground before the pilot levels the plane for landing!
A Boeing 737 cockpit view of the approach and landing into the Tegucigalpa airport located in Honduras. Tegucigalpa (TGU) is considered by many to be one of the world's most dangerous airports due to; the steep approach required; elevation; short, sloping runway and high terrain in very close proximity.
Copa Airlines 737-800 approach and landing at Toncontín Airport (MHTG), Tegucigalpa, Honduras Toncontín has been rated as the second most dangerous airport in the world in the History Channel's program Extreme Airports. Although this title is very subjective, it is definitely one of the most challenging approaches, specially for jets. The challenge to land there consists on the high elevation of terrain near the threshold of runway 02 combined with the reduced length of the runway (2021m), which requires extreme vertical speeds and a fast and precise flare to guarantee safety, inevitably resulting in uncomfortable hard landings. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The procedure used was RNAV02. Charts here: http://www.cocesna...
Supposedly one of "The most Dangerous Cities in the World" .... Come see for yourself... You may be suprised! - Hit me up on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/carloscchacon/ Snap me on Snapchat! : say_cheeese - SUBSCRIBE for more Travel, Knowledge, and Great times!!
Honduras Travel Video like its neighbors, Honduras is experiencing tremendous changes: an expanding tourist economy (cruise ships in Roatán?!), a maturing political scene, and the whole globalization thing, including maquilas, free trade agreements -- heck, even implementing Daylight Savings Time for the second time. Honduras remains deeply entrenched in a two-front war against gangs and HIV/AIDS. Illegal logging is emerging as another major concern (do you know where that new mahogany chest came from?) and a key issue among Honduras' growing environmental community. Honduras Travel Video, most Hondurans you'll meet are very laid back and, while not disinterested, certainly disinclined to make much to-do over politics and world affairs. And aside from the people-pull, nature has its own d...
Tegucigalpa Travel Video - Ringed by forested hills in a highland valley, sprawling Tegucigalpa enjoys a relatively fresh, mild climate and a spectacular setting. Few travelers hang around long enough to savor the capitals delights and sights, but if youre passing through you will find the compact city center boasts some fine colonial architecture and a good museum or two. Keep your ear to the ground and youll discover a dynamic young urban scene led by emerging artists and musicians, DJs and designers. There are only a few key venues, so its relatively easy to connect with this vibrant underground scene in the citys happening cafes and bars. Incredible Tegucigalpa Travel Video
Hey Everyone! Here is my vlog of my trip to Honduras! :) We went to Utila, Roatan, La Ceiba and Sambo Creek. Hope you enjoy! Have a good day! :D xo, Danielle ___________________________________________________ LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, and lets talk about beauty, health, and travel! :) https://www.youtube.com/user/danielleibodden ___________________________________________________ Let's Be Friends!! :) Twitter: @DanielleBodden IG: @DanielleBodden Pinterest: @daniellebodden Tumblr: @danielleibodden Blog: http://daniellebodden.blogspot.com ___________________________________________________ MUSIC: YouTube Audio Library - Water Lilly ___________________________________________________ Hey everybody! I am Danielle, a uni student in love with beauty, DIY's and food! I am so glad you found my vi...
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