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Discussion in 'General Discussion | Travel' started by yaffa, Apr 6, 2011.
Lambert St.Louis International?
Yes sir. I'm not doing well with my selections!
I am having a rather bad time myself. For a few photos there i thought I was clever.
BTW, I guessed ORD because it was the US origin for all your nice trips to India and Finland, thus the origin of your excellent and interesting photos.
Here goes. I hope this lasts longer than my others:
I'm glad you found it interesting. I was trying to find something challenging (even with the clues). It is sort of neat to look at how the shuttle program has changed through out the years. Can you imagine ATC trying to sort the space shuttle into traffic so it could actually land at JFK?
Interesting- imagine sitting on a taxiway somewhere and a PA announcement is made saying that the flight is delayed due to a shuttle landing.
The very idea is intriguing. It gives a whole new meaning to emergency. "exit the runway immediately Nxxx, we have a large, heavy, fast glider landing"
That was my next guess...
or maybe TFN ?
Time for a hint. You're looking for the wrong dominant language.
Shoud we have a look to a language which is closer to yours ? such as Faro ?
I'll give you another hint. I took the photo below in 1992 of Mrs. jb and our then airplane. It was at an international airport in the same country. We were the only airplane to land at the airport that day.
I would imagine the launch is a well planned out exercise. They would probably have the airspace clear for an hour or so after launch. Probably why they don't use PHL or another large airport.
Could it be NCE? The Monarch tail suggests a charier destination... But Deutsche BA did not go too far out of Germany. hm.
nevermind... nce is too fancy. somewhere in greece/cyprus?
I was about to say BGI or TAB but then changed my mind to CNF. I'm pretty sure it's in the Caribbean or Brazil.
Got the answer. But I cheated so won't post it.
You are becoming closer.
I will enter the game. Is it suriname?
The giveaway was the Brazilian flag in the second photo. MAO - Manaus
+1 for Manaus. Even found the same photo on world66.com via Google Images ;-)
Good work Gardyloo!
Congratulations to Gardyloo, and honorable mention to David who was first but did not go public. Gardyloo, you're it!