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| A visitor from - posted Sun October 28, 2012:|
The runway is 1704m long (1704m SHORT may be better!)
Not impossible with a heavy jet, I've already seen an A310 take-off on about 900m!
| A visitor from - posted Wed February 1, 2012:|
I remember seeing a photo in the HTI terminal of a Condor DC-8 which carried a group of German tourists to the Great Barrier Reef in the early 90's. A great job to safely land that baby on Hamo!
| A visitor from Australia posted Tue October 5, 2010:|
Wow that was an amazing job by Ansett to put a 767 down there,suppose no one has the balls to try a A380 lol..
| A visitor from Australia posted Fri December 25, 2009:|
Ansett used to fly 767-200 into there believe it or not.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat April 18, 2009:|
Beautiful azure sea hues & tones! I'm in the UK, shortly to be starting my PPL training, but I would love to visit, especially fly-in to some airfields like this one in Australia! Thanks for posting
| A visitor from Spain posted Fri July 4, 2008:|
Nice runway. Mc Allen (c
| A visitor from Australia posted Mon June 23, 2008:|
Ive flown there on a JQ 717 about 4 years ago. And it was a great approach through all the islands. 737s land there too.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun April 27, 2008:|
Outstanding scenery,but just the thought of an engine failure during takoff is scary.
| A visitor from United States posted Wed March 19, 2008:|
That's a very short runway. If you end up under or over-shooting the mark, your airplane could end up in the drink. Amazing how the blue waters in the background blend in with the airport scenery. 5*.
| A visitor from United States posted Tue February 26, 2008:|
Fantastic colors. Just look at the water short of the runway. Great content also... just what it would look like on final.