ggamgus: Thanks again for your high rating!
ee99: You will be seeing the airport today.
TekindusT: Those fans are indeed crazy.
10000000000000: Hope you like the airport.
emperordaniel: I love football.
MamaLuigi945: Thanks, I like the mosaic.
matheuspaulo: I thought it would be nice to see a bit more than just a few stadiums.
Erikson91: The stadium is from a Japanese site that currently seems to be offline.
Evillions: Lot Editor is such an awesome tool.
Wubbat: See reply to Erikson91.
tagtag: Lots of stairs indeed.
bigro: I completely agree about the water, I hope you see an improvement today.
Benedict: Three weeks at the top was a great honour.
Today we will be visiting Lagouira International Airport; a small, poorly planned, yet bustling airport.
The terminal has recently been upgraded and was designed by a Japanese firm. Due to space constrictions the airport only has eight gates and a small cargo terminal on the other side of the runway.
Another interesting feature of the airport is how close the runway is to a major avenue and the beach. Plane-spotting tourists often gather on the beach to get a close-up view of the airport.
There are five airlines that primarily fly into Lagouira.
Daily flights to Paris and Marseille
Daily flights to Tripoli and Benghazi
Daily flights to Dubai and Dhahran
Daily flights to Doha and Riyadh
Flights three times a week to Ammann and Aqaba
Now that you know how to get to Gharbiyya there is no excuse not to visit this fine country! We are almost finished with the city of Lagouira and will probably be moving on to another country in the Zouérat Islamic Federation, either the Mahibadhoos (a collection of atolls off the coast of Africa), or the Emirate of Dhahran (an ultra modern, oil-rich Emirate in the Middle East). Let me know which you would like to visit next and I will see what can be arranged.