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Email Autor Correction ID #1528718 / 840 Views
21-November-2018
Welcome to the Tenzing-Hillary Airport also know as Lukla, the so called "worlds most dangerous airport". At an elevation of 9337 ft (2846 m), pilots can only fly on VFR rules to Lukla. Sometimes when the weather is bad, passengers get stuck at Lukla for some days as all flights will be cancelled.
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11-October-2012
9N-AHB Rrrrready to rrrrrrumble ! (more of 9N-AHB)
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22-February-2011
 
Overview of Lukla Airport
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22-February-2011
9N-AIV c/n 963. ex HB-FNH. Built in 2008. (more of 9N-AIV)
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22-February-2011
9N-AIE Flying in Lukla is like a roller coaster (more of 9N-AIE)
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23-February-2011
9N-AHR A nice morning mountain view (more of 9N-AHR)
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24-November-2010
9N-AFX This bird crashed on 15 December 2010. After changeing the name from Yeti Airlines to Tara Air on last crash, may they will change the name again. (more of 9N-AFX)
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24-November-2010
9N-AGQ After landing in Lukla, aircraft are running up the hill ! (more of 9N-AGQ)
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24-November-2010
9N-AHS on it�s return flight to Kathmandu (more of 9N-AHS)
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27-November-2000
9N-AFD Departure from Lukla. Mountains 13000 ft. When the weather is bad, you have to walk for a week ! Special thanks to Klaudius Angres. (more of 9N-AFD)
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3-October-2004
Cloud base 8000ft mountains 13000ft.