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Airport Security Colombia: High Heels

Airport Security Colombia: High Heels

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Airport Security Colombia 【HD】- #01 (Dutch Subs)

Airport Security Colombia 【HD】- #01 (Dutch Subs)

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Most Dangerous Landing in Colombia - Cockpit View [HD 1080p]

Most Dangerous Landing in Colombia - Cockpit View [HD 1080p]

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© Prixioner Bueno Read description Antonio Nariño Airport (IATA: PSO, ICAO: SKPS) is located in the town of Chachagüí and serves the city of Pasto, which is located 35km away from the airport. The airport only handles domestic flights in addition to military operations and private charters Elevation AMSL: 5.951 ft The airport's runway was built on a plateau of 50 meters because of the surrounding terrain. Due to this, many pilots refer to the airport as an aircraft carrier. The runway is also relatively short for the altitude at which the airport is at. The position of the runway means that it is often rendered useless since, in the presence of crosswinds, it prevents aircraft making a safe take off and landing. Crosswinds are common during the summer, particularly during the month of August. Since 2007, the runway has been equipped with an Localizer, which permits airport operations during the night and when there is low visibility. However, a suitable place is being sought for to build a new airport due to the big increase in passengers and cargo and also since the current airport is often closed due to poor weather conditions. Jukin Media Verified (Original) * For licensing / permission to use: Contact - licensing(at)jukinmediadotcom
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Most Difficult Landing in Colombia - Cockpit View [HD 1080p]

Most Difficult Landing in Colombia - Cockpit View [HD 1080p]

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© Prixioner Bueno Read description La Nubia Airport (IATA: MZL, ICAO: SKMZ) is located in Manizales, Colombia Elevation AMSL: 6.974 ft only visual approach, and only runway 10 is authorized for landing, Manizales has no missed approach! Aeropuerto la nubia de la ciudad de manizales Full Credits to @PRIXIONER BUENO
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USA Airport Drug Trafficking Documentary 2017

USA Airport Drug Trafficking Documentary 2017

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A Deadly Journey in the Most the Dangerous Airports - Colombia -A Must watch Documentay

A Deadly Journey in the Most the Dangerous Airports - Colombia -A Must watch Documentay

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10 CRAZIEST Drug Smuggling Techniques

10 CRAZIEST Drug Smuggling Techniques

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Let's clear this up right now: drugs are illegal, smugglers are criminals, drug lords and their traffickers are cold-hearted, vicious, noodle-brained monsters. But, after watching this video, you'll have to admit that their noodle brain has a bit of a creative spark. Subscribe for more! ► http://bit.ly/BeAmazedSubscribe ◄ Stay updated ► http://bit.ly/BeAmazedFacebook https://twitter.com/BeAmazedVideos https://instagram.com/BeAmazedVideos◄ Get in touch or join the team: http://goo.gl/forms/2lOZyOeL3N SPOILER ALERT!!! A condensed list is below: ➢10. Breast Implants After police conducted a search they noticed bloody bandages under a womans breasts and then realised that her large boobs weren't just a result of conventional plastic surgery as the wounds weren't even stitched up. After a trip to a nearby hospital the bags were removed, containing 3 pounds of pure cocaine. Credit: http://fur.ly/0/breastimplants ➢9. On your head One woman at US customs was found with cocaine lining her wig. One woman was even arrested at a Spanish airport amid reports she had 880 grams of the Class A drug in nine packets hidden among her hair extentions! Credit: http://fur.ly/0/wigsmuggler ➢8. Ramp Fail This attempt at traversing the US-Mexican border, was likely imagined by a retard. Having screwed up the geometry, they drove their silver Jeep Cherokee over the 14 foot high US-Mexico border fence in Yuma, Arozona and unsurprisingly, were caught in the act. Credit: http://fur.ly/0/rampfail ➢7. Bugs It was found that some crazy fool had stuffed 3 grams of cocaine in each bug to make a total of 300 grams of cocaine. Credit: http://fur.ly/0/bugssmuggler ➢6. Cocaine Jesus If you're smuggling drugs, nothing makes quite as much sense as molding those drugs into Jesus. In Texas, border police stopped an elderly Mexican woman with a seven-pound statue of Jesus in her trunk. The statue was cocaine. Credit: http://fur.ly/0/cocainejesus ➢5. Makeshift Nappies A duct taped ass was spotted by custom officials at an airport in new york. Credit: http://fur.ly/0/ducttapedaiper ➢4. Messily taped under baggy garments A really, really optimistic Saudi smuggler was caught with 14 bottles of spirits taped into his underwear – hidden under his traditional white robes. Alcohol is illegal in Saudi Arabia, and those found smuggling or supplying it are subject to harsh penalties, including flogging. Credit: http://fur.ly/0/tapedunderbaggygarments ➢3. Cocaine penis Drug Mules, listen up. Even your genitals aren't off limits. As one man flew into Madrid Airport from Costa Rica his suspiciously large bulge between his legs alerted Spanish border police. The hidden appendage turned out to be nearly half a kilo of cocaine. Credit: http://fur.ly/0/cocainepenis ➢2. Inside pets Nothing is off limits to the smugglers. Dogs and other domesticated animals have had a ruff treatment and are viewed upon by traffickers as potential containers for their precious goods. Some cartels have surgeries dedicated to transplanting drug packages into dogs so that these cute animals can migrate the goods across borders. ➢1. Inside the human body You have to be a pretty crazy to smuggle anything, given that you could face years of hard time. You have to be even crazier to mule life-threatening amounts of contraband inside yourself. What may be out of sight may be out of mind, but if you've swallowed multiple capsules packed with drugs, you could be a ticking time bomb. Music Credit: "Severe Tire Damage" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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Most Difficult Landing in the World (Peru)

Most Difficult Landing in the World (Peru)

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Chagual (SPGL), Peru proves to have one of the most impressive approaches in the world. S7°47.85' / W77°39.09' Elevation: 3967.0 feet MSL Dimensions: 3937 x 59 feet / 1200 x 18 meters Runway 14/32
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Most DANGEROUS and STRANGEST AIRPORTS in the WORLD!

Most DANGEROUS and STRANGEST AIRPORTS in the WORLD!

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Most DANGEROUS and STRANGEST AIRPORTS in the WORLD! List of the airports: Gustaf III Airport (SBH), also known as St. Barthélemy Airport (SBH) - Caribbean Princess Juliana International Airport (SXM) also known as St. Maarten Airport (SXM) - Caribbean, located in the island of Saint Martin (the Dutch side of the island in the country of Sint Maarten) Tenzing-Hillary Airport (LUA) also known as Lukla Airport (LUA) - Nepal Gibraltar International Airport (GIB) Courchevel Altiport (CVF) - France Barra Airport (BRR) - Scotland Alexandros Papadiamantis Airport (JSI), also known as Skiathos Airport (JSI) - Greece Juancho E. Yrausquin Airport (SAB), also known as Saba Airport (SAB) - Caribbean Madeira Airport (FNC) - Portugal Santos Dumont Airport (SDU) in Rio de Janeiro - Brazil Paro Airport (PBH) - Bhutan Ibrahim Nasir International Airport (MLE), also known as Malé Airport (MLE) - Maldives Cambridge Bay Airport (YCB) - Canada (North side) Ioannis Kapodistrias International Airport (CFU), also known as Corfu Airport (CFU) - Greece Toncontín International Airport (TGU) - Honduras Queenstown Airport (ZQN) - New Zealand Puerto Jiménez Airport (PJM) - Costa Rica Leipzig/Halle Airport (LEJ) - Germany Wellington International Airport (WLG) - New Zealand Kai Tak Airport (closed in 1998) - Hong Kong New Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) Scotland Cay Airport (MYXI) - Bahamas Staniel Cay Airport (TYM) - Bahamas Deep Water Cay Airport (MYGD) - Bahamas Spanish cay (MYAX) - Bahamas Kansai International Airport (KIX) - Japan Ice Runway (NZIR) - Antarctica Teniente R. Marsh Airport (TNM) - Antarctica Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) - Canada Kangerlussuaq Airport (SFJ) - Greenland Staniel Cay Airport (TYM) - Bahamas Agatti Aerodrome (AGX) - India La Nubia Airport (MZL) - Colombia Loakan Airport (BAG) - Philippines Tortuguero Airport (TTQ) - Costa Rica
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The most dangerous Airports and flight services in the world - Destination Amazon [RED PIX]

The most dangerous Airports and flight services in the world - Destination Amazon [RED PIX]

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Isolated from the rest of the world, the region of Llanos in Colombia's Amazon, is accessible mainly by plane. Villagers rely on pilots to deliver food and goods and spread manure and weedkiller. Here, pilots fly in conditions that would be unthinkable elsewhere, landing amongst animals and children. Joachim has already broken two planes flying in Llanos. The last time, he fell 70 meters after a swarm of bees engulfed his plane.
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Scary take off from dangerous Lukla Everest airport - Incredible Nepalese pilots

Scary take off from dangerous Lukla Everest airport - Incredible Nepalese pilots

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Scary moments at Lukla, perhaps the most dangerous airport in the world: Two take offs over a valley of about 2,000 feet at the end of the runway. Cockpit action and outside view of Yeti Airlines Twin Otter 9N-AFE and Agni Air Dornier Do 228 9N-AHE (outside view) from Tenzing-Hillary Airport in Lukla (2.860 m). Both airplanes shown on this clip crashed. Yeti Airlines Twin Otter 9N-AFE (Flight 103) crashed on 8 October 2008 on its approach to Lukla airport. Agni Air Dornier 228-101 9N-AHE (Flight 101) crashed on 24 August 2010 on its flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. The video has been taken on November 16 and December 2, 2006 during my classic Everest trek: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s2U0pNejU8o The History Channel in 2010, rated the airport as the most dangerous airport in the world: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y14LkCJd7-4. See also https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNLJvWEytGM (skip to 30:00 m). See all accidents from and to Lukla: https://aviation-safety.net/database/airport/airport.php?id=LUA The sloped runway near Mount Everest has been constructed by Edmund Hillary in 1964. In 2001 the once stony airstrip was surfaced with tarmac. It ends with a mountainside, meaning that there are no go arounds, no second chances. During the trekking and climbing season domestic airlines operate up to 50 flights daily via that altiport. Lukla is gateway and starting place for most trekkers and climbers heading for the Mount Everest region in the Khumbu. The 30 minute flight from or to Kathmandu is an alternative to an one week hike via Jiri. The airport has a dangerous approach through deep valleys which can only be performed by specially certified pilots. The airstrip is 450 m long and 20 m wide. It has a gradient of 12 % in order to help slow landing aircraft. Due to the high terrain immediately after the northeastern end of the runway go-around procedure on landing is not an option. To abort take-off is difficult as a steeply angled drop of about 2,000 feet (610 m) at the southwestern end of the runway runs into the valley below. Due to high winds, cloud cover and changing visibility flights can be delayed or the airport has to be closed completely. Read article (in German): http://www.zwp-online.info/archiv/pub/sim/fa/2012/fa0212/fa0212_60_64_reisebericht.pdf For world´s highest trekking up to Everest North Col (7.060 m) via Tibet see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3TgFJbRjX2s FSX LUA VNLK Lukla
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Countries With The Highest Number Of Airports In The World

Countries With The Highest Number Of Airports In The World

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Top 10 Countries with the Most Airports 1 – United States of America with 14,712 Airports 2 – Brazil with 4093 Airports 3 – Mexico with 1714 Airports 4 – Canada with 1467 Airports 5 – Russia with 1218 Airports 6 – Argentina with 1130 Airports 7 – Columbia with 992 Airports 8 – Bolivia with 952 Airports 9 – Paraguay with 798 Airports 10 – Indonesia with 683 Airports Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ExploreTheWorld12345 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ExploreTheWorld12345 Research and Sources: https://www.smartertravel.com/2012/08/19/10-scariest-airports-in-america/
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Landing in Lukla - Tenzing Hillary Airport Nepal. Landung auf den gefährlichsten Flughafen der Welt

Landing in Lukla - Tenzing Hillary Airport Nepal. Landung auf den gefährlichsten Flughafen der Welt

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This Video shows the Landing on Nepals Tenzing Hillary Airport. Filmed direktly out the Cockpit. We went there in Autumn 2012 for the Everest Trek. The Airplaine was a Twin Otter. Dieses Video ist beim Anflug und der Landung auf den Tenzing Hillary Airport Lukla in Nepal gefilmt worden. Die Landung wurde direkt aus dem Cockpit gefilmt. Der Tenzing Hillary Airport gilt als gefährlichster Flughafen der Welt. Flugzeug war eine Twin Otter...
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The Unexpected Face Of Modern Drug Smuggling (2012)

The Unexpected Face Of Modern Drug Smuggling (2012)

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The Castle (2012): A stark insight into the world of airport security, as they sift the drug mules from the tourists. Subscribe to journeyman for daily uploads: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures For similar stories, see: Border Patrol With China's Toughest Drug Squad https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FDzHwWwM-I How Colombia's War On Drugs Escalated To Full Blown Civil War https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BPYMGr4prEM Money And Drugs: How Ibiza Lost Its Innocence https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7tOGjPTEL5c Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/journeymanpictures For downloads and more information visit: http://www.journeyman.tv/film/5426/the-castle "Why are you in Italy? Holidays?" the Italian security guard asks, his tone tough as nails. "It's a gift from dad. I've just qualified", replies the quiet, unassuming young man from Paraguay. He's calm and his story seems entirely plausible. But the security staff aren't going to let him go. He's the perfect match for their profile. Horrified, he is told to strip and undergoes a full body x-ray. Unbelievably, the image of his midriff is covered with little black dots. "You have cocaine in your stomach, do you understand?" the x-ray attendant says to him. 5 other people have come and gone through rigid security checks, none of them looked as innocent as he did. This fascinating report offers us a startling glimpse of the day-to-day of airport security and reverses all of our expectations of who is a 'likely suspect'. Montmorency Film – Ref. 5426 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.
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Colombia Readies Airports for Release of Hostages

Colombia Readies Airports for Release of Hostages

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For more news and videos visit ☛ http://english.ntdtv.com or Follow us on Twitter ☛ http://twitter.com/NTDTelevision A Colombian mediator gives the latest details on the release of 5 hostages planned for later this week. The military wing of the Colombian Communist Party, FARC, is planning the release. Colombia identified on Monday the three airports where a humanitarian mission hopes to land later this week, carrying five hostages FARC guerrillas have agreed to release. FARC is the acronym for the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia -- People's Army. The FARC rebels announced last Friday they plan to free three military officials and two politicians in three different jungle areas. Former senator Piedad Cordoba, who has been dismissed and banned from public office for collaborating with the FARC fighters, is the chief mediator for the operation. [Piedad Cordoba, Liberation Process Mediator]: "Last night we [the Colombian for Peace organization] received the coordinates of the places where the FARC, the people's army, will hand over the five hostages. Afterwards, I, Piedad Cordoba, informed the President, Juan Manuel Santos, about the news. This is another fact that paves the way so that the two lawmakers and the three law enforcement officials can be reunited with their families, friends and society." The rebel organization still holds about 18 members of security forces and Cordoba said she was hopeful that this operation would lead to more releases. The agreed deal says Brazil will supply two helicopters with crews, a few hours before the releases. FARC has released video footage of the captives at an unknown jungle location. One of the hostages set to be freed is Police Major Guillermo Solorzano, who was captured in 2003. Another is Army Corporal, Salin SanMiguel. Speaking in Bogota, government representative Adriana Vargas made an appeal for the release of all hostages still held by the FARC. [Adriana Vargas, Presidential Spokesperson]: "The Colombian government considers that it's giving all the necessary guarantees to release the five Colombians as soon as possible, and at the same time reiterates the call to the FARC that they immediately release all the hostages they have in captivity." The Red Cross will also be assisting in the handover, the logistics of which are still being worked out.
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Top 15 most dangerous airports in the world!

Top 15 most dangerous airports in the world!

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Top 5 most dangerous airports in the world! -=HD=- Aircraft landing in a side wind with no crash es

Top 5 most dangerous airports in the world! -=HD=- Aircraft landing in a side wind with no crash es

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Top 5 most dangerous airports in the world! Planes sit in a crosswind without crash es Our video looking for: crosswind dangerous landing in crosswinds landing in poor visibility aircraft landing in the rain crosswind landing aircraft dangerous airports the most dangerous airport in the world most dangerous Mountain Airport mountain airport bad landing plane crash aircraft crash unsuccessful landing aircraft dangerous landing aircraft Timelapse video 25 most DANGEROUS and STRANGEST AIRPORTS in the WORLD! Most amazing, incredible and crosswind landings! The most dangerous, amazing, unusual and challenging airports in the world, incredible landings and takeoffs in extreme conditions. Most amazing, incredible and crosswind landings! ---- Incredible landings and takeoffs in extreme conditions and strong crosswind. In this first part you will see a collection of the top 10 world's most dangerous airports in the world. List of the airports: Gustaf III Airport (SBH), also known as St. Barthélemy Airport (SBH) - Caribbean Princess Juliana International Airport (SXM) also known as St. Maarten Airport (SXM) - Caribbean, located in the island of Saint Martin (the Dutch side of the island in the country of Sint Maarten) Tenzing-Hillary Airport (LUA) also known as Lukla Airport (LUA) - Nepal Gibraltar International Airport (GIB) Courchevel Altiport (CVF) - France Barra Airport (BRR) - Scotland Alexandros Papadiamantis Airport (JSI), also known as Skiathos Airport (JSI) - Greece Juancho E. Yrausquin Airport (SAB), also known as Saba Airport (SAB) - Caribbean Madeira Airport (FNC) - Portugal Santos Dumont Airport (SDU) in Rio de Janeiro - Brazil Paro Airport (PBH) - Bhutan Ibrahim Nasir International Airport (MLE), also known as Malé Airport (MLE) - Maldives Cambridge Bay Airport (YCB) - Canada (North side) Ioannis Kapodistrias International Airport (CFU), also known as Corfu Airport (CFU) - Greece Toncontín International Airport (TGU) - Honduras Queenstown Airport (ZQN) - New Zealand Puerto Jiménez Airport (PJM) - Costa Rica Leipzig/Halle Airport (LEJ) - Germany Wellington International Airport (WLG) - New Zealand Kai Tak Airport (closed in 1998) - Hong Kong New Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) Scotland Cay Airport (MYXI) - Bahamas Staniel Cay Airport (TYM) - Bahamas Deep Water Cay Airport (MYGD) - Bahamas Spanish cay (MYAX) - Bahamas Kansai International Airport (KIX) - Japan Ice Runway (NZIR) - Antarctica Teniente R. Marsh Airport (TNM) - Antarctica Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) - Canada Kangerlussuaq Airport (SFJ) - Greenland Staniel Cay Airport (TYM) - Bahamas Agatti Aerodrome (AGX) - India La Nubia Airport (MZL) - Colombia Loakan Airport (BAG) - Philippines Tortuguero Airport (TTQ) - Costa Rica More interesting videos: http://wvportal.net/videos/ VK: https://vk.com/wvportal Facebook EN: https://www.facebook.com/wvportalnet/ Facebook RU: https://www.facebook.com/wvportalru Twitter EN: https://twitter.com/wvportalnet Twitter RU: https://twitter.com/wvportal Google +: https://plus.google.com/u/1/101705509436335554283/posts If you see your video in our video, please contact us, ready to share the profits: wvportal@yandex.ru
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Top 10 Best Airports in South America

Top 10 Best Airports in South America

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10 Craziest Things Found By Airport Security

10 Craziest Things Found By Airport Security

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Items Found: Here are the top 10 craziest things found by airport security. The worst thing about traveling abroad by plane is getting through airport security and TSA agents. As much as they are annoying they are there to protect the country to ensure no contraband goes through to the other country. Despite knowing that airport security is going to check your pockets and luggage, some people still try to smuggle in items, animals and other crazy things through security. Some of the things include 200 tarantulas, live pigeons and even a grenade. Secret Videos: TOP 6 YouTubers With LEAKED Face Reveals! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jojfgiQStug 6 Megalodons Caught On Camera & Spotted In Real Life! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Y43hsrblpc Social Media: Twitter https://twitter.com/ExtremeTrends Instagram https://www.instagram.com/extreme_trends Google+ https://aboutme.google.com/b/105131226903902990081/ Snapchat: ExtremeTrendsTOP10 Thank you for watching and make sure to subscribe for more extreme trends top 5s, top 10s, top15s and the alltime10s videos! I hope you enjoyed this video of 10 craziest things found by airport security.
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Craziest Things Found By Airport Security

Craziest Things Found By Airport Security

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Crazy illegal items, weapons and creatures withheld at airport security Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg For copyright matters please contact us at: david.f@valnetinc.com Description: For any of us that have flown in an airplane, we know that air travel is one of the biggest headaches known to man. In addition to the extraordinarily high ticket prices, most of us also have to pay a luggage fee, along with convenient upgrades, plus the overpriced airport food. And if you want to check a bag, you’re confined to numerous rules and restrictions to what you can and can’t bring. Of course, with all of the recent terrorist attacks and September 11th, many are skittish about the intentions of other passengers, so the Transportation Security Administration was created in 2001 in order to help secure the airways and ports in the United States. But despite the presence of the TSA, people will still try to smuggle in odd things that are not limited to, but including drugs, animals, bugs, plants, and more. For example, a woman was stopped in an airport in Melbourne when it was noticed that she was making strange and watery noises. Security then gave her a more detailed pat down and discovered that she have over 51 different kinds of exotic and tropical fish under her clothes in 15 little bags, stored in pockets. If that wasn’t bizarre enough, a total of eighteen severed heads were discovered in shipment at O’Hare in Chicago, which of course made the media go crazy with the headlines. It was later discovered that the heads were in the process of a legitimate shipment between medical facilities in Rome and Chicago. Talk about people losing their head over something that ended up being legitimate! While you’re on vacation, of course there is always that one souvenir that you can’t resist bringing home with you. One traveler was out scuba diving and discovered a coral-covered cannonball in the midst of an 18th century shipwreck. Even though the traveler’s intentions were purely innocent, the airport had to shut down and be evacuated, since cannonballs are considered to be explosives. Then of course people just have to fly with their animals and plants. One man was discovered to have brought 30 dead snakes that were venomous, from his trip to South Korea. Was he trying to bring home a souvenir? Or needed supplies to create a deadly poison? Then a woman was discovered to have packed a (sedated) 2 month old tiger cub in her suitcase. She was arrested and the cub was taken to a sanctuary for tigers. Speaking of animals, a man was also stopped in Los Angeles after an exotic bird flew from his suitcase. He also had 50 rare orchids as well as hid two monkeys in his pants. And of course, people will try to smuggle drugs in. One guy actually had a real broken legs and managed to create a cast made from eleven pounds of cocaine. He might have been able to have gotten away with it if it wasn’t for the additional cocaine that was found in his bag. --------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRichest.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRichest_Com Instagram: http://instagram.com/therichest --------------------------------------------------------------- Featuring: Dead Snakes 18 Severed Heads Cannonball Wheel of Pain 200 Tarantulas Tiger cub Cocaine cast Monkeys in man’s underwear Lipstick Stun Gun 51 Tropical fish --------------------------------------------------------------- Music Track: Automation --------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.therichest.com/
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Top 50 Airports in the World 2017 (SKYTRAX)

Top 50 Airports in the World 2017 (SKYTRAX)

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The 2017 World Airport Awards ceremony was held at Passenger Terminal EXPO in Amsterdam on Tuesday 14th March 2017. The Awards event was attended by the Chairman, Presidents, CEO’s and top management from airports across the globe, recognising the importance of Skytrax Awards as the “Oscars of the aviation industry.” The World Airport Awards, "Oscars of the aviation industry", are the most prestigious accolades for world airports which are voted by customers in the largest, annual global airport customer satisfaction survey. The 2017 Awards are based on 13.82 million airport survey questionnaires completed by 105 different nationalities of airline customers during the survey period. The survey operated from July 2016 to February 2017, covering 550 airports worldwide and evaluating traveller experiences across different airport service and product key performance indicators - from check-in, arrivals, transfers, shopping, security and immigration through to departure at the gate. The World Airport Awards are a global benchmark of airport excellence, and widely known as the Passengers Choice Awards. The World’s Top 50 Airports 2017 1. Singapore Changi Airport Changi, Singapore 2. Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport) Tokyo, Japan 3. Incheon International Airport Incheon, South Korea 4. Munich Airport Munich, Germany 5. Hong Kong International Airport Chek Lap Kok, Hong Kong 6. Hamad International Airport Doha, Qatar 7. Chubu Centrair International Airport Tokoname, Japan 8. Zurich Airport Zürich, Switzerland 9. Heathrow Airport London, United Kingdom 10. Frankfurt Airport Frankfurt, Germany 11. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol Haarlemmermeer, Netherlands 12. Kansai International Airport Osaka, Japan 13. Vancouver International Airport Richmond, Canada 14. Narita International Airport Narita, Japan 15. Copenhagen Airport Copenhagen, Denmark 16. Brisbane Airport Brisbane Airport, Australia 17. Helsinki Airport Vantaa, Finland 18. Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport Shanghai, China 19. Cape Town International Airport Cape Town, South Africa 20. Dubai International Airport Dubai, United Arab Emirates 21. Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport Taoyuan, Taiwan 22. Auckland Airport Auckland, New Zealand 23. Sydney Airport Sydney, Australia 24. Vienna International Airport Schwechat, Austria 25. Beijing Capital International Airport Beijing, China 26. Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport Hebron, United States 27. Hamburg Airport Hamburg, Germany 28. Denver International Airport Denver, United States 29. Cologne Bonn Airport Cologne, Germany 30. Melbourne Airport Melbourne, Australia 31. Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport Madrid, Spain 32. Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport Paris, France 33. Barcelona–El Prat Airport Barcelona, Spain 34. Kuala Lumpur International Airport Sepang, Malaysia 35. King Shaka International Airport La Mercy, South Africa 36. London City Airport London, United Kingdom 37. O. R. Tambo International Airport Ekurhuleni, South Africa 38. Suvarnabhumi Airport Bang Phli, Thailand 39. San Francisco International Airport San Mateo County, United States 40. Dusseldorf Airport Düsseldorf, Germany 41. Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport Georgia, United States 42. El Dorado International Airport Bogotá, Colombia 43. Toronto Pearson International Airport Mississauga & Toronto, Canada 44. Soekarno–Hatta International Airport Tangerang, Indonesia 45. Xi’an Xianyang International Airport Xianyang, China 46. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Texas, United States 47. Gimpo International Airport Seoul, South Korea 48. Haikou Meilan International Airport Haikou, China 49. Abu Dhabi International Airport Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 50. Gold Coast Airport Gold Coast, Australia Information Source & Images Credit: https://pastebin.com/0t4eG0j8
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Beautiful Landing at Pereira City - Colombia - Cockpit View [HD 1080p]

Beautiful Landing at Pereira City - Colombia - Cockpit View [HD 1080p]

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© Prixioner Bueno After two failed Approach in Manizales, due bad weather conditions, we decide go to this alternative airport. Matecaña International Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto Internacional de Matecaña) (IATA: PEI, ICAO: SKPE) is an airport located in the city of Pereira, Colombia. It connects the Risaralda department of Colombia. It also serves the cities of Armenia, Cartago, and Manizales in emergency situations. The airport was built in 1945, and the runway was expanded to its current length between 1966 and 1968. It has one cargo ramp built in 1978. The terminal consists of a departures and an arrivals level, with two jetways attached to it. The city of Pereira owns and manages the terminal building, while the operations are in charge of Aerocivil. On average, there are 25 daily commercial operations. Airport type Public Owner Aerocivil Location Pereira, Colombia Elevation AMSL 4,416 ft / 1,346 m Coordinates 04°48′45″N 75°44′22″W Runways Direction Length Surface m ft 08/26 2,020 6,627 Asphalt Statistics (2009) Aircraft operations 19,048 Passengers 646,152 Cargo tonnage 1,957 Airlines Destinations Terminal ADA Medellín -Olaya Herrera Aexpa Cali, Condoto, Quibdó Avianca Bogotá, Cartagena Avianca New York-JFK1 Copa Airlines Colombia Panama City Easyfly Medellín-Olaya Herrera LAN Colombia Bogotá Viva Colombia Bogotá, Cartagena, Santa Marta
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Plane on the ground is hit by lightning. (Colombia).

Plane on the ground is hit by lightning. (Colombia).

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The operators on the platform get a big surprise when the lightning hits the plane. Medellin, Colombia.
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Aeropuertos internacionales de Colombia, international airports

Aeropuertos internacionales de Colombia, international airports

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Exposición sobre los aeropuertos de carga internacional en Colombia
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