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Blue water Intl. Airport

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Miyasako

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hello and welcome back to the final part of the of tour of Blue water. This time round we are doing the airport

Built as a small lading strip for spraying pesticide for farmers grow in to International airport around the time Blue water became the capital which was around 1985. it flys around 10,000 people day and it the only airport in the Blue water regoin to have gates for the larger heavy planes (A380's 747 A300 ect.)

First up is the the parking, plaza and main terminal

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next we move to the heavy gates, currently Australia and the US are the only two country's flying in

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we now move a to the CRJ gates and privet terminals

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now we move on to the business and four prop gates

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And lastly we Finish off with an overview of the airport

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