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How Many Planes Can You Park In One Spot?

Tue Apr 07, 2009 5:01 pm

Have a look at this spot at JNB on Google Earth:

26° 6'57.71"S 28°14'47.70"E

Are there more planes more tightly packed anywhere else?
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RE: How Many Planes Can You Park In One Spot?

Tue Apr 07, 2009 9:09 pm

Quoting Andz (Thread starter):
26° 6'57.71"S 28°14'47.70"E

Not bad indeed.

This ones pretty good as well:

32° 07' 40.67"N 110° 57' 31.59"W

not really one spot here, but a LOT aircrafts parked here:

32° 09' 56.29"N 110° 51' 37.51"W


[Edited 2009-04-07 14:19:11]

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