I came across an new brief from back in February about Chubu President signing a "Sister Airport" agreement with Munich
Kyodo World News Service
Dateline: NAGOYA, Feb. 14
(Kyodo) _ Chubu international airport in Aichi Prefecture concluded on Monday a "sister-airport" arrangement with Munich airport in Germany, officials of the Japanese airport said.
Yukihisa Hirano, president of Central Japan International Airport Co., the operator of the airport, signed a document on the alliance the same day with Michael Kerkloh, head of Flughafen Munchen GmbH, which operates Munich airport.
Under the alliance, the two airports will exchange know-how on airport operations, the officials said.
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Munich Airport also has a bit about this agreement.
My question is simple.
What are the "sister airports" of the world?
Chubu (NGO) and Munich (MUC)
[Edited 2006-06-02 06:08:12]