بالصور| أخطر مهابط الطائرات في العالم


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سنيار: فيمايلي قائمة بأسماء مهابط المطارات الأخطر في العالم بحسب الديلي ميل البريطانية، والتي تستدعي تلقي الطيارين تدريبات خاصة كي يتمكنوا من الهبوط فيها والإقلاع منها:

1- مهبط مطار جوستاف  (Gustaf III ) – جزيرة سان براتيليمي – فرنسا.

Gustaf III airport, St Barts: It's a playground for the rich and famous, but jet setters face a nervous descent over a busy road as they come into land on the Caribbean island's tiny runway. The airstrip is so small that pilots are required to have special training to land there. And it can be even scarier on departure, with planes almost skimming the heads of holidaymakers making the most of the sun on the beach below.

 

2- مهبط مطار تنزينغ هيلاري (معروف أيضا بمطار لوكلا) – النيبال

Tenzing-Hillary Airport, Nepal: The airport - which is also known as Lukla Airport - is perched on a mountain ridge and is one of the world's most dangerous, with a fall of 9,200ft awaiting planes at the end of the runaway. The sloped runway is just 20 metres wide and 460 metres long - less than a tenth of the length of the standard 5,500 metres  - and is one of the steepest approach pathways in the world. Oh, and there are no radar or navigation devices...

 

3- مطار بارا – سكوتلندا.

Barra Airport, Scotland: This tiny airport is one of only two in the world where scheduled flights use the BEACH as a runway. Flight times are dictated by the sea as the runway disappears under water at high tide. On the plus side, it is regularly voted one of the world's most stunning airports so there is plenty of beautiful scenery to distract you from the fact that you're about to land on sand. It was made famous in the 1994 film Staggered, starring Martin Clunes, and is often used for location filming.

 

4- مهبط مطار فونتشال – البرتغال

Madeira Airport, Funchal: Pilots require special training to land at this incredibly short runway which is wedged in between mountains and the Atlantic sea. The runway was so short it had to be extended twice due to accidents, including one in which a Boeing 727 plunged off the end of the runway on landing. The extension won't do much to reassure passengers though - it is built on thin concrete pillars that extend into the sea.

 

5- مهبط مطار مضيق جبل طارق

Gibraltar International Airport: The runway at this airport stretches less than 2,000 metres and is intersected by a MAIN ROAD. The traffic on Winston Churchill Avenue, which heads towards the land border with Spain, has to be halted every time a plane takes off or lands. In 2010, The History Channel's programme Most Extreme Airports ranked it as the most dangerous airport in Europe.

 

6- مهبط مطار كوشوفيل – فرنسا

Courchevel Airport, France: Perched on the side of a cliff 6588ft up in the French Alps, this airport famously featured in the James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies. Pilots have to navigate its short, uphill runway that ends in a terrifying vertical drop. And then there's all that ice and snow, plus the odd blizzard to contend with. Luckily, the average holidaymaker won't have to experience this heart-in-mouth take-off as only private planes can land here.

 

7- مهبط مطار كاي تاك – هونغ كونغ – الصين

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8- مهبط مطار جوانتشو يروسكين- جزيرة صبا- الكاريبي

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9- مهبط مطار الأميرة جوليانا الدولي – جزيرة سانت مارتن- الكاريبي (مقسمة بين فرنسا وهولندا)

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10- مهبط مطار ماريسكال سوكري، كيتو- إكوادور

Mariscal Sucre Airport, Quito: This airport in Ecuador is surrounded by enormous volcanoes and its high altitude (it sits at nearly 9350ft above sea level) and cramped runway make it one of the world's most challenging for pilots. The nearby mountains force a steep angle of approach and the airport has seen at least 10 serious accidents since it opened, most of which were caused the plane veering off the runway.

 

11- مهبط مطار بارو – بوتان- الهملايا

Paro Airport, Bhutan: This tiny airport nestled among the Himalayan mountains is 1.5 miles above sea level and surrounded by sharp peaks of up to 18,000ft tall. Planes have to weave through the dozens of houses scattered across the mountainside and face strong winds that whip through the valleys, often causing severe turbulence. If passengers can overlook all of this, they'll notice that the views over the Paro river and the lush green Himalayas are breathtaking