Starlionblue wrote:Example early turn: Seoul Gimpo is very close to the North Korean border. Departing off 32 L or R is an early u-turn to the left. The Gimpo charts are also littered with reassuring little notes to the effect of "really really don't deviate north into this area or you'll get shot at".
744lover wrote:Starlionblue wrote:Example early turn: Seoul Gimpo is very close to the North Korean border. Departing off 32 L or R is an early u-turn to the left. The Gimpo charts are also littered with reassuring little notes to the effect of "really really don't deviate north into this area or you'll get shot at".
At first I thought you were kidding. But not: here is the quote, ad verbatum: "If an aircraft is seen flying through RK(P)-73B without proper clearance, a tracer warning shot will be fired. If the aircraft continues into RK(P)-73A it will be shot down without further warning."
Brianpr3 wrote:Same question for the current icn airport
Starlionblue wrote:Either the procedure simply crosses the border or there's an early turn.
Example border crossing: Basel-Mulhouse runway 15, which crosses from France into Switzerland. Incidentally, the airport isn't even in the same country as the city of Basel.
Newark727 wrote:Runway 9 approaches to TIJ will often complete their base leg over the water, then clip San Diego on their final approach. They don't all do it, though; smaller aircraft will cut the corner and stay on the Mexican side of the border. When 27 is in use, though, they do a left turn on takeoff and stay south of the border throughout. May also have to do with Brown Field and NOLF Imperial Beach being so close on the San Diego side?
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