These 5 American Airports Are Extremely Dangerous!

Yeager Airport, West Virginia
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…How do airports make you feel?

Some people claim that flying is the safest mode of transportation. The creation of the airplane marked a technological and economical high point for humankind. If we think of how people used to live a few centuries ago, we can say that we’re pretty lucky to benefit from all the goods we have today.

Many years ago, people needed to travel by train or by car, and it took them tens of hours, if not even days, to get to the place they wanted to. Now, all you have to do is book a flight, and in 10 hours you can arrive in Europe.

Thanks to the airplane, travel became much less complicated. But there are some things that make us feel a bit insecure. If there are a lot of accidents at the airport, it might not always be safe to fly.

Speaking of that, there are some dangerous airports in the United States, and we want to show you all of them so you can be extra careful the next time you need to travel from or to any of them. Here they are:

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2 thoughts on “These 5 American Airports Are Extremely Dangerous!”

  1. According to your article, the Aspen runway is 16 miles long! I don’t believe that is true. I think that it’s more like 8000 feet long! About 1.6 miles. Even that seems a bit long.

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