Gibraltar Airport (in English: Gibraltar Airport) (IATA: GIB – ICAO code: LXGB), and is located on the isthmus that connects the British colony of Gibraltar with Spain. It is an international airport, 500 meters from the town of Gibraltar and only a similar distance from the center of La Línea de la Concepción (in the province of Cádiz). In 2006 they passed through the airport 330,057 passengers and 348 tons of cargo.

Just enter the territory from Spain, left, is the air terminal where airport services are. It has a single runway of 1,829 meters long. The Gibraltar is the only airport in the world whose runway intersects with a road (N-351) at the same level. Gibraltar airport is considered the second most dangerous airport in Europe (behind Madeira) and one of the most dangerous in the world. Until 2006, the risk was even greater, because the aircraft to or from Gibraltar could not get into Spanish airspace


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