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Latest comments

JUAN RAMON
It's a small airport, but it has many flights to different countries. The most importat airline in this airport is Rya...
Santander / Santander | 18 hours ago

Marius Harald Salvesen
What? Write a revenue? No? Ah, review. Sorry, couldn't hear you because of the turbopopes. No, no - turboPROPS! Ne...
Saab 2000 | 18 hours ago

Paul McHutchison
Quite loud! Hdjdndjivrktftjtvecjfvujdbfbsvhcvhn huh b gig g gig Hbf Hbf Hbf Hbf Hbf g got g tbf gvgbfvg get bf FB tjdu...
Saab 2000 from Darwin Airline | 21 hours ago

Danijel Kozul
Mostar Airport was opened for civilian air traffic in 1965 for domestic flights. In 1984, the airport became Mostar...
Mostar / Mostar | 22 hours ago

Angel
Vancouver amazing airport for first timers in canada. Everything is just great about vancouver from the facilities t...
Vancouver / Vancouver | 1 day ago

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