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Burundi, of which the international airport in Bujumbura ( as of 2005 ) was the country ’ s primary and only paved airport.
" Although the plane came down only five miles northwest of the airport, no one saw or heard the crash ", wrote rock performer, archivist and music historian, Harry Hepcat, in his article about Buddy Holly.
The city is also served by Delta Air Lines at Columbia Regional Airport, the only commercial airport in mid-Missouri.
The largest of those airports, Bluie West Eight, now renamed Kangerlussuaq Airport, remains the international hub for travel to Greenland, as it is the only airport that has a large enough runway to service jumbo jets.
It is also the busiest airport in the EU by passenger traffic and the third busiest in Europe given the number of traffic movements, with a figure surpassed only by Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport and Frankfurt Airport.
Heathrow is London's main airport, having replaced RAF Northolt, and together with Gatwick, Southend, Stansted, Luton and London City, London is the busiest city airport system in the world by passenger traffic ( with 133, 666, 888 passengers travelling through the six airports ); and second only to New York City in terms of traffic movements.
The only international airport is the Moshoeshoe I International Airport in Mazenod, a short distance southeast from Maseru.
Luxembourg Airport at Findel, some 6 km to the north of the city, is Luxembourg's only commercial airport.
* Airports: The only airport for the country, Doomsport, lies on the southern outskirts of Doomstadt.
* Doomsport Airport-The only airport in Latveria that is located south of Doomstadt.
Malta International Airport is the only airport serving the Maltese Islands.
Even tourists are not exempt ; although free to do as they wish inside their hotels, no one is allowed onto the beaches or streets, and the only airport in Bali remains closed for the entire day.
The only Slovenian military airport is the Cerklje ob Krki Air Base near the Slovenia – Croatia border in the southwestern part of the country.
Bandaranaike International Airport, the country ’ s only international airport, is located in Katunayaka, 35 km ( 22 mi ) north of Colombo.
Svalbard Airport, Longyear, located from Longyearbyen, is the only airport offering air transport off the archipelago.
There was no hijacking attempts at either airport on the 13th, only suspicious circumstances.
The largest airport, at Dushanbe, has flights to only a few international destinations.
Lacking an airport, the islands can be reached only by sea.
As the airport is located only 5 km from from the city center cruise quay, transfer time from airport to cruise ship is under an hour.
Air transport is the only branch that has received substantial government investment in the early 2000s, as airport modernization projects have been undertaken.
Some simply advertise flights to " Venice ", while naming the actual airport only in small print.

only and islands
The family consists of a single genus Xeronema with two species, one found only on the Poor Knights islands in New Zealand and the other in New Caledonia.
According to Alexei Nakamura, as of 2012, there are only 205 Ainu living in Russia ( up from just 12 people who self-identified as Ainu in 2008 ) and they along with the Kurile Kamchadals ( Itelmen of Kuril islands ) are fighting for official recognition.
Agriculture and industry account for only a small proportion of the islands ' GDP.
The latter etymology was first suggested by John Mitchell Kemble who alluded that " of six manuscripts in which this passage occurs, one only reads Bretwalda: of the remaining five, four have Bryten-walda or-wealda, and one Breten-anweald, which is precisely synonymous with Brytenwealda "; that Æthelstan was called brytenwealda ealles ðyses ealondes, which Kemble translates as " ruler of all these islands "; and that bryten-is a common prefix to words meaning ' wide or general dispersion ' and that the similarity to the word bretwealh (' Briton ') is " merely accidental ".
The islands are an important breeding site for seabirds including the Cape Verde Shearwater and Fea's Petrel ( Pterodroma feae ), which breeds only here and in Madeira.
In fact, of the more than 1 million people of Cape Verdean ancestry in the world, only a little more than one-third actually live on the islands.
Air strips on the other islands of Brava and Santo Antão are closed ( 2007 ) and can only be reached by ferry services from other islands.
Major combat in the Chinese Civil War ended in 1949 with Kuomintang ( KMT ) pulling out of the mainland, with the government relocating to Taipei and maintaining control only over a few islands.
Apart from a visit by the French Parmentier brothers in 1529, for much of the 16th century the only Europeans to visit the islands were Portuguese ; British and Dutch ships began arriving at the turn of the century and the island of Ndzwani became a major supply point on the route to the East.
Although the Cairo metropolis extends away from the Nile in all directions, the city of Cairo resides only on the east bank of the river and two islands within it on a total area of.
It is one of only two islands in the Finger Lakes.
The current official position of the party is that the " Republic of China ( Taiwan )" is an independent and sovereign country whose territory consists of Taiwan and its surrounding smaller islands and whose sovereignty derives only from the ROC citizens living in Taiwan ( similar philosophy of self-determination ), based on the " Resolution on Taiwan's Future " in 1999.
Of all the islands belonging to Grenada, only two are of consequence: Carriacou, with a population of a few thousand, and its neighbor Petit Martinique, roughly 40 kilometers northeast of Grenada and populated by some 700 inhabitants.
It bred on rocky, isolated islands with easy access to the ocean and a plentiful food supply, a rarity in nature that provided only a few breeding sites for the auks.
The only surviving pre-Roman account of Scotland originated with the Greek Pytheas of Massalia who circumnavigated the British islands ( which he called Pretaniké ) in 325 BC, but the record of his visit dates from much later.
Despite their proximity to Qatar ( Suwād al Janūbīyah is only 1. 4 km from the Qatari mainland at the peninsula of Ras Abruq, while Rubud Al Gharbiyah, the island closest to the main island of Bahrain, lies at a distance of 19. 7 km to it ), the islands belong to Bahrain but were the subject of a dispute between Bahrain and Qatar.
Poverty was rife in the rural areas and the islands, and was eased only by large-scale emigration to the United States.
By mid-November Greek naval detachments had seized the islands of Imbros, Thasos, Agios Efstratios, Samothrace, Psara and Ikaria, while landings were undertaken on the larger islands of Lesbos and Chios only on 21 and 27 November respectively.
The Greek army evacuated not only Anatolia, but also Eastern Thrace and the islands of Imbros and Tenedos ( Treaty of Lausanne ).
It encompasses an estimated 17, 508 islands, only 6, 000 of which are inhabited.
There are about forty islands and skerries, of which only six are inhabited and only nine larger than.

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