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International Airports On TV, Saturday

Sun Apr 20, 2003 11:05 pm

On the History Channel, Saturday 4:00/3:00 (ET/CT)...

Modern Marvels - International Airports II
In this history of international airports, we focus on several airports to illustrate the developments and technology of their construction and operation, beginning with Miami's Dinner Key and including New York City's LaGuardia and JFK, London's Gatwick, Dulles near Washington, D.C., Los Angeles' LAX, Denver International, Japan's Kansai, and Korea's new Inchon. It all began on a farmer's field near a flat beach--the next step may see them expand into interplanetary platforms!

 
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RE: International Airports On TV, Saturday

Sat Apr 26, 2003 2:03 pm

Friendly reminder... about 12 hours until airtime. I'm not sure if this is a repeat, but since it's titled "International Airports II" I'm going to assume that it is fairly new (I don't ever recall seeing an aviation documentary "sequel").

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