• Aden Adde international airport Somalia 2015 HD

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  • How secure is Somalia’s Mogadishu airport ?

    Stringent security measures have been put in place at Aden Abdulle International Airport in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, where a Djibouti-bound plane was punched a large hole in its fuselage by a blast earlier this year. The measures include a round-the-clock security surveillance system, physical checkpoints, electronic detection systems and rigorous passenger luggage and cargo screening. Sniffer dogs will also be used and firearms completely banned within airport premises. In March, Aden Abdulle International Airport recorded the arrival of some 7,800 international passengers and over 5,500 international departures.

    published: 03 May 2016
  • Documentary - Inside Aden Adde international Airport Mogadishu Somalia '' Completely New Look''

    The biggest and the most busiest airport in Horn of Africa, this is a Documentary - Inside Aden Adde international Airport Mogadishu Somalia By Salmaan Jamaal Said of Universal tv .................................................................. Join Us on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/ABDIASKARITUBE Follow us on twitter @ https://twitter.com/ABDIASKARITUBE Email: abdiaskaritube@gmail.com ………………………………………………… Subscribe to our channels to keep up to date with All the latest news and updates, Our Larger Channel …https://www.youtube.com/user/joorre123 Our new Channel …. https://www.youtube.com/user/ABDIASKAMEDIA

    published: 18 Dec 2014
  • Chinese Firm Rebuilds Somali International Airport

    The Bosaso International Airport in Somalia, constructed by China Civil Engineering and Construction Company( CCECC), was officially open for business.

    published: 14 Jan 2016
  • Somali Official Busted by Australian Authorities

    Just how complicated are the Somali People? Australian Authorities Harassed and Humiliated a drunk Somali Official. They said to him "you are nothing" and "very unlikely to amount into anything in life" just like the rest of Somali Government Officials. Somali People are from Somalia, Somaliland, Djibouti, Ogadenia (Ogaden - Dawlada Deeganka with ina iley), or even Mogadishu (where the office of the president - Madaxweynaha Soomaaliya - is located, Villa Somalia). Most Somali travelers arrive at the airport with Large Packages & Boxes (rather than shipping parcels overseas so cheap with FedEx international). In general, Somali People book their Flights (and cheap Hotels) online with no booking Fees (just because they are Somalians).

    published: 22 Mar 2013
  • Somali plane bombing: Suspect used laptop bomb handed to him by airport workers - TomoNews

    MOGADISHU, SOMALIA — Officials believe the mid-flight blast on a Somali passenger plane bound for Djibouti may have been caused by a bomb concealed inside a laptop. Somali intelligence authorities on Sunday released security footage showing two workers at a Mogadishu airport holding what appears to be a laptop, while scouring a waiting area. Suspected bomber Abdullahi Abdisalam Borleh walks into frame seconds later, limping slightly as he goes. The two airport workers approach him, and as one in an orange vest walks past, his companion hands off the laptop to the suspect. Borleh, a Somali national, carried the explosive device onto the Daallo Airlines jet, detonating it fifteen minutes after takeoff, according to the Associated Press. The resulting explosion blew a hole near the right w...

    published: 08 Feb 2016
  • Kismayo Airport Marshaller - Kismayo #Somalia |HD

    DATELINE: 4th of JANUARY 2014 KISMAAYO, SOMALIA SHOTLIST: 1. Med shot, the marshaller he from inside the room he is going outside 2. Wide shot, the marshaller walking in the village, which is few meters away from the main entrance of the airport. 3. Med shot, the marshaller entering the airport. 4. Wide shot, inside airport and migration and ladder of the airplane and the marshaller 5. Close shot, the face of the marshaller 6. Med shot, the marshaller he standing on the slander 7. Close shot, the marshaller with his equipments. 8. Med shot, the marshaller instructs the pilots where to park the aircraft 9. Med shot, directing the pilot to stop at one of the parking of the, Kismayo airport has six aprons. 10. SOUNDBITE (Somali) Mohamed Adan the marshaller I have been working here...

    published: 30 Mar 2014
  • Furitaanki Bossaso International Airport - Puntland, Somalia

    "Boqolkiiba boqol Puntland horumarto dowlad buuxda weeye calanbaa u balbala --MashaAllah--. Ku barye Allow wax burburiya iyo balaayada ka dhowr --Amiiin--." Mirahan baa ducadiiba soo koobay. Adna 'amiinta' ha la bakheylin :)

    published: 02 Feb 2016
  • Adan Ade Airport Welcomed Air #Uganda First Flight to #Somalia - Mogadishu #Somalia |HD

    DATELINE: JULY 8, 2013 - MOGADISHU, SOMALIA SHOTLIST: 1. WIDE SHOT, ADEN ABDULLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 2. MEDIUM SHOT, SIGN READING 'ADEN ADDE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT' 3. MEDIUM SHOT, AIR UGANDA POSTER BEING HUNG 4. CLOSE UP SHOT, AIR UGANDA POSTER 5. MEDIUM SHOT, OFFICIALS AT THE AIRPORT 6. MEDIUM SHOT, WIND SOCK ON RUNWAY 7. WIDE SHOT, AIR UGANDA PLANE LANDING 8. CLOSE UP SHOT, FACE OF FIREFIGHTER MANNING WATER CANNON 9. MEDIUM SHOT, WATER CANNON 10. WIDE SHOT, AIR UGANDA PLANE TAXIING THROUGH WATER BEING SPRAYED BY FIREFIGHTERS 11. MEDUM SHOT, AIRCRAFT PASSING THROUGH WATER 12. CLOSE UP SHOT, AIR UGANDA PLANE 13. WIDE SHOT, JOURNALISTS AND OFFICIALS RECEIVING PLANE 14. MEDIUM SHOT, UGANDAN DEPUTY AMBASSADOR TO SOMALIA, NATHAN MUGISHA DISEMBARKING FROM AIRCRAFT 15. MEDIUM S...

    published: 02 Apr 2014
  • PilotCAM Castlegar - A Most Challenging Airport in N.America!

    Please to visit our website at http://www.justplanes.com For this program http://www.worldairroutes.com/Jazz2.html

    published: 09 Feb 2014
  • Dhismaha Cusub ee Muqdisho Airport 2015-2019

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  • Djibouti Airport

    Landing at Djibouti Airport. Ethiopian Airline flight from Addis Abeba to Djibouti. You can see PK12, the oil terminal, Balbala, the Doraleh terminal and the airport. Atterrissage à l'aéroport de Djibouti. C'est un vol Ethiopian Airline au départ d'Addis Abeba vers Djibouti. Vous pouvez voir PK12, le terminal pétrolier, Balbala, le nouveau terminal de Doraleh et enfin l'aéroport.

    published: 26 Apr 2012
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    Aden Adde International Airport MGQ in Mogadishu, Somalia (MGQ).

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    Aterrizaje pista 05 Mogadishu-Somalia 59000 kilos de peso (MLW) vineto de cola debido a que no s epuede aterrizar en direccion contraria por razones de seguirdad ante ataques terroristas...

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  • Bosaso Airport Aerial view

    Muuqaalka Sare ee Bosaso International Airport, Bari, Puntland State, Somalia

    published: 11 Mar 2016
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  • Adam Abdullah Int. Airport Mogadishu

    Aden Abdulle International Airport in the Somali capital Mogadishu is busy once again. Relative calm has returned to the city and other parts of the country after the al Shabaab extremist group were forced out by sustained operations by the Somali National Army (SNA) supported by the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM). Today the airport stands as the major port of entry for thousands of Somalis returning home and those coming to visit. Activity at the airport has increased with close to 15 flights taking off and landing daily. During Somalia's conflict years, the only aircrafts that ventured into its skies were those hired by daring businessmen to bring in khat -- a plant grown in neighbouring Kenya and Ethiopia that has a stimulating effect when chewed - under the protection of ...

    published: 06 Dec 2012
  • BEAUTIFUL AIRPORT

    Landing in One of the Most Breath Taking Airports in World Mogadishu,Somalia.

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Aden Adde international airport Somalia 2015 HD

Aden Adde international airport Somalia 2015 HD

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How secure is Somalia’s Mogadishu airport ?

How secure is Somalia’s Mogadishu airport ?

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Stringent security measures have been put in place at Aden Abdulle International Airport in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, where a Djibouti-bound plane was punched a large hole in its fuselage by a blast earlier this year. The measures include a round-the-clock security surveillance system, physical checkpoints, electronic detection systems and rigorous passenger luggage and cargo screening. Sniffer dogs will also be used and firearms completely banned within airport premises. In March, Aden Abdulle International Airport recorded the arrival of some 7,800 international passengers and over 5,500 international departures.
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Documentary - Inside Aden Adde international Airport Mogadishu Somalia '' Completely New Look''

Documentary - Inside Aden Adde international Airport Mogadishu Somalia '' Completely New Look''

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The biggest and the most busiest airport in Horn of Africa, this is a Documentary - Inside Aden Adde international Airport Mogadishu Somalia By Salmaan Jamaal Said of Universal tv .................................................................. Join Us on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/ABDIASKARITUBE Follow us on twitter @ https://twitter.com/ABDIASKARITUBE Email: abdiaskaritube@gmail.com ………………………………………………… Subscribe to our channels to keep up to date with All the latest news and updates, Our Larger Channel …https://www.youtube.com/user/joorre123 Our new Channel …. https://www.youtube.com/user/ABDIASKAMEDIA
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Chinese Firm Rebuilds Somali International Airport

Chinese Firm Rebuilds Somali International Airport

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The Bosaso International Airport in Somalia, constructed by China Civil Engineering and Construction Company( CCECC), was officially open for business.
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Somali Official Busted by Australian Authorities

Somali Official Busted by Australian Authorities

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Just how complicated are the Somali People? Australian Authorities Harassed and Humiliated a drunk Somali Official. They said to him "you are nothing" and "very unlikely to amount into anything in life" just like the rest of Somali Government Officials. Somali People are from Somalia, Somaliland, Djibouti, Ogadenia (Ogaden - Dawlada Deeganka with ina iley), or even Mogadishu (where the office of the president - Madaxweynaha Soomaaliya - is located, Villa Somalia). Most Somali travelers arrive at the airport with Large Packages & Boxes (rather than shipping parcels overseas so cheap with FedEx international). In general, Somali People book their Flights (and cheap Hotels) online with no booking Fees (just because they are Somalians).
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Somali plane bombing: Suspect used laptop bomb handed to him by airport workers - TomoNews

Somali plane bombing: Suspect used laptop bomb handed to him by airport workers - TomoNews

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MOGADISHU, SOMALIA — Officials believe the mid-flight blast on a Somali passenger plane bound for Djibouti may have been caused by a bomb concealed inside a laptop. Somali intelligence authorities on Sunday released security footage showing two workers at a Mogadishu airport holding what appears to be a laptop, while scouring a waiting area. Suspected bomber Abdullahi Abdisalam Borleh walks into frame seconds later, limping slightly as he goes. The two airport workers approach him, and as one in an orange vest walks past, his companion hands off the laptop to the suspect. Borleh, a Somali national, carried the explosive device onto the Daallo Airlines jet, detonating it fifteen minutes after takeoff, according to the Associated Press. The resulting explosion blew a hole near the right wing that sucked Borleh out of the aircraft, killing him. Passengers were moved to the front and rear of the plane following the blast. Two people were reportedly injured in the explosion. The plane was forced to turn back and made an emergency landing at Mogadishu. According to the pilot, the explosion occurred at 11,000 feet, but would have been more devastating had the bomb gone off at a higher altitude. CNN reports that the attack is believed to have been instigated by Islamic extremist group al-Shabab, though officials have yet to determine whether Borleh was a direct member. At least 20 people have been arrested in connection with the bombing, including the two airport workers seen delivering the explosive laptop to the suspect. ----------------------------------------­--------------------- Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Visit our official website for all the latest, uncensored videos: http://us.tomonews.net Check out our Android app: http://bit.ly/1rddhCj Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f Get top stories delivered to your inbox everyday: http://bit.ly/tomo-newsletter Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://plus.google.com/+TomoNewsUS/ Instagram @tomonewsus http://instagram.com/tomonewsus -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Crying dog breaks the internet’s heart — but this sad dog story has a happy ending" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4prKTN9bYQc -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Kismayo Airport Marshaller - Kismayo #Somalia |HD

Kismayo Airport Marshaller - Kismayo #Somalia |HD

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DATELINE: 4th of JANUARY 2014 KISMAAYO, SOMALIA SHOTLIST: 1. Med shot, the marshaller he from inside the room he is going outside 2. Wide shot, the marshaller walking in the village, which is few meters away from the main entrance of the airport. 3. Med shot, the marshaller entering the airport. 4. Wide shot, inside airport and migration and ladder of the airplane and the marshaller 5. Close shot, the face of the marshaller 6. Med shot, the marshaller he standing on the slander 7. Close shot, the marshaller with his equipments. 8. Med shot, the marshaller instructs the pilots where to park the aircraft 9. Med shot, directing the pilot to stop at one of the parking of the, Kismayo airport has six aprons. 10. SOUNDBITE (Somali) Mohamed Adan the marshaller I have been working here for the last twenty three years. After the civil war in the country. 11. Med shot, the marshaller standing behind the ladder and people walking behind him. 12. Close shot, the marshaller standing on the slander of the aircraft and people going inside the aircraft 13. Wide shot, UN aircraft coming to apron. 14. SOUNDBITE (Somali) Mohamed Adan the marshaller "I'm requesting better equipments and skills from the international community. Because we don't have stable government that can help us. 15. wide shot, Kismayo airport and UN aircraft 16. Med shot, UN airplane 22. SOUNDBITE (Somali) Abdi nor Kadiye "."Aden Mohamed Aden AKA canto who was working in this airport for a long period of time. He is hardworking and polite. Since we have started our flight operations in Kismayo airport, Aden collaborated with us and we really appreciate for all what has done for us. 23. Wide shot, the view of the airport and people going outside Story It's a bright morning in Kismayo, a port city in southern Somalia. Adan Mohamed slowly emerges from a mud-walled house, his orange reflector vest clashing with the determined sun. It's another working day, similar to the last 30 years he has worked as an airport marshaller at the Kismayo airport. "A marshaller is someone who guides the aircraft when it lands and leads it to the docking area," explains the father of four who handles an average of fourteen flights a week. Adan is the only employee at the Kismayo airport. Officially, there's no employee, following Somalia's descent into anarchy and civil war, the civil aviation authority was rendered useless and staff fled the airport. But not Adan, he chose to stick there and in the two decades of incessant violence, he has single-handedly run the operations at the airport. While the runway is intact, the airport, which is now overseen by the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM), other facilities at the airport can be described as basic at best. "There are challenges," he says. "That is expected because this is a country that has been without law and order for a long time." As a commercial carrier taxies off the runway to the terminal, Adan quickly employs his wooden paddles-he had to fashion out a solution due to the lack of equipment-and skillfully gestures methodically until the plane comes to a halt. The passengers begin descending and quickly rush into the terminal; few bother to look in the way of the man who just helped them arrive safely. Adan is used to such indifference. He's seen worse. In more than twenty years, the airport has changed hands from clan militias to the Al Shabaab, to rag-tag government aligned forces before the city was finally liberated. The airport is now under the custody of the Interim Jubba Administration and over the coming months, the responsibility will be handed over to the Somali Federal Government. There is hope then that the airport, often overshadowed by the city's famous port will finally receive some attention and care. Against this backdrop, Adan nonchalantly carries out his work but there's little he can do to conceal his passion. He has continued working without pay since the collapse of the central government. "It is what I studied. Anyone who is trained for a profession loves that profession and even if there are challenges, the passion is still there. I have been here for so long and I've persevered because I love my job," says Adan.
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Furitaanki Bossaso International Airport - Puntland, Somalia

Furitaanki Bossaso International Airport - Puntland, Somalia

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"Boqolkiiba boqol Puntland horumarto dowlad buuxda weeye calanbaa u balbala --MashaAllah--. Ku barye Allow wax burburiya iyo balaayada ka dhowr --Amiiin--." Mirahan baa ducadiiba soo koobay. Adna 'amiinta' ha la bakheylin :)
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Adan Ade Airport Welcomed Air #Uganda First Flight to #Somalia - Mogadishu #Somalia |HD

Adan Ade Airport Welcomed Air #Uganda First Flight to #Somalia - Mogadishu #Somalia |HD

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DATELINE: JULY 8, 2013 - MOGADISHU, SOMALIA SHOTLIST: 1. WIDE SHOT, ADEN ABDULLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 2. MEDIUM SHOT, SIGN READING 'ADEN ADDE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT' 3. MEDIUM SHOT, AIR UGANDA POSTER BEING HUNG 4. CLOSE UP SHOT, AIR UGANDA POSTER 5. MEDIUM SHOT, OFFICIALS AT THE AIRPORT 6. MEDIUM SHOT, WIND SOCK ON RUNWAY 7. WIDE SHOT, AIR UGANDA PLANE LANDING 8. CLOSE UP SHOT, FACE OF FIREFIGHTER MANNING WATER CANNON 9. MEDIUM SHOT, WATER CANNON 10. WIDE SHOT, AIR UGANDA PLANE TAXIING THROUGH WATER BEING SPRAYED BY FIREFIGHTERS 11. MEDUM SHOT, AIRCRAFT PASSING THROUGH WATER 12. CLOSE UP SHOT, AIR UGANDA PLANE 13. WIDE SHOT, JOURNALISTS AND OFFICIALS RECEIVING PLANE 14. MEDIUM SHOT, UGANDAN DEPUTY AMBASSADOR TO SOMALIA, NATHAN MUGISHA DISEMBARKING FROM AIRCRAFT 15. MEDIUM SHOT, DEPUTY AMBASSADOR MUGISHA BEING WELCOMED BY AMISOM UGANDAN CONTINGENT COMMANDER BRIGADIER GENERAL MICHAEL ONDOGA 16. WIDE SHOT, PASSENGERS DISEMBARKING 17. MEDIUM SHOT, DEPUTY AMBASSADOR MUGISHA AND MOGADISHU MAYOR MOHAMED NUR STORY: The wheels of an inaugural Air Uganda flight touched down in Somalia at about 8 a.m. local time today (July 8). The maiden voyage from Kampala to Mogadishu this morning, makes Uganda's premier airline the latest carrier to invest in Somalia's economic recovery, with the three weekly flights it has announced. African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) firefighters stationed at the Aden Abdulle International Airport welcomed the jet with the 'water cannon salute' they give to all airlines on their maiden voyage to Mogadishu. Aden Abdulle International Airport, located in the seaside capital, has recording a sharp increase in travellers and air traffic thanks to the relative calm that has returned to the city and other parts of the country over the last two years. Extremist group al Shabaab were forced out by sustained operations by the Somali National Army (SNA) supported by the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM). During Somalia's conflict years, the only aircrafts that ventured its sky's were those hired by daring businessmen - protected by local warlords - to bring in khat -- a plant grown in neighboring Kenya and Ethiopia that has a stimulating effect when chewed. Somalia's Minister of Information recently announced that the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) had removed the airport from the 'Zone 5' list of airports deemed to pose a security risk to aircraft, crew and passengers. Air Uganda's managers say they're targeting Somali travellers, government officials, military personnel and a growing number of entrepreneurs from around the region who are keen on seeking opportunities in the country after two decades of war. The Deputy Ugandan Ambassador to Somalia, Nathan Mugisha, was onboard the flight. "After sweating, after shedding blood and then followed by this, it's an illustration that there is peace, and peace is going to be maintained, and this is going to reduce time for Somalis and the Ugandans who want to come here and this will help to cement our relationship further, and will promote communication between the people, business, goods and so life will be greatly improved," he said. In March last year, international carrier Turkish Airlines began twice weekly flights between the Turkish capital Ankara and Mogadishu. "This is the second international airline that comes to Mogadishu, the first is Turkish airline, the second African airline is Air Uganda, the others are local airlines. This is a very good day for Mogadishu, it's very good day for the Mogadishu travellers," said Mogadishu mayor Mohamed Nur shortly after receiving the landmark flight. Several private airlines based in East Africa, including Kenya-based Afr
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PilotCAM Castlegar - A Most Challenging Airport in N.America!

PilotCAM Castlegar - A Most Challenging Airport in N.America!

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Dhismaha Cusub ee Muqdisho Airport 2015-2019

Dhismaha Cusub ee Muqdisho Airport 2015-2019

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Nishqada Cusub ee Aadan cade Airport Dhismaha la Bilaabi Doonaa 2015-2019
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Djibouti Airport

Djibouti Airport

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Landing at Djibouti Airport. Ethiopian Airline flight from Addis Abeba to Djibouti. You can see PK12, the oil terminal, Balbala, the Doraleh terminal and the airport. Atterrissage à l'aéroport de Djibouti. C'est un vol Ethiopian Airline au départ d'Addis Abeba vers Djibouti. Vous pouvez voir PK12, le terminal pétrolier, Balbala, le nouveau terminal de Doraleh et enfin l'aéroport.
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✈ Airport in Mogadishu, Somalia (MGQ)

✈ Airport in Mogadishu, Somalia (MGQ)

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Landing at Ndjamena airport

Landing at Ndjamena airport

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This was taken on 02 July 2015 around mid noon on a flight from Addis Ababa to Ndjamena
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an old arab man at Sydney Airport شيخ عربي في مطار سدني

an old arab man at Sydney Airport شيخ عربي في مطار سدني

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Turkish Airlines at aden adde international airport mogadishu

Turkish Airlines at aden adde international airport mogadishu

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MD82 Landing in Mogadishu Main Airport Somalia

MD82 Landing in Mogadishu Main Airport Somalia

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Aterrizaje pista 05 Mogadishu-Somalia 59000 kilos de peso (MLW) vineto de cola debido a que no s epuede aterrizar en direccion contraria por razones de seguirdad ante ataques terroristas...
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Bosaso Airport Aerial view

Bosaso Airport Aerial view

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Boeing 747 200F Short landing at Mogadishu (Adan Adde Airport) Airport

Boeing 747 200F Short landing at Mogadishu (Adan Adde Airport) Airport

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Adam Abdullah Int. Airport  Mogadishu

Adam Abdullah Int. Airport Mogadishu

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Aden Abdulle International Airport in the Somali capital Mogadishu is busy once again. Relative calm has returned to the city and other parts of the country after the al Shabaab extremist group were forced out by sustained operations by the Somali National Army (SNA) supported by the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM). Today the airport stands as the major port of entry for thousands of Somalis returning home and those coming to visit. Activity at the airport has increased with close to 15 flights taking off and landing daily. During Somalia's conflict years, the only aircrafts that ventured into its skies were those hired by daring businessmen to bring in khat -- a plant grown in neighbouring Kenya and Ethiopia that has a stimulating effect when chewed - under the protection of warlords that controlled different areas of the city. Things are changing and with security improving, Somalia now has a new President, Prime Minister and Government, and the country is trying to rebuild its institutions, inspite of the destruction caused by of two decades of civil war. SOUNDBITE (English) Ali Mahmud Ibrahim General Manager Somali Civil Aviation Authority: "It is not as it used to be before, a lot of things are missing, but thanks to our government, transitional government and the Somali Federal Government, we are striving to resume all operations which are required to be established. So now we are in the middle, I can't say we are lower but we are in the middle." Its not just foreign airlines that are filling Somalia's newly reopened airspace, Somali businessmen are also seizing on the opportunity. Said Abdullah Saleh is the general manager of Horn of Africa Aviation. His airline previously operated charter flights between Puntland and Somaliland, but never out of the Somali capital Mogadishu. The airline has now received all the necessary approvals from the Federal Government of Somalia and will be flying daily to Kismayo, Baido and Beletweyne. SOUNDBITE (English), Said Abdullah Saleh, General Manager Horn of Africa Aviation: "We decided to come to the capital and we want to connect the country from Mogadishu to all the other provisional capitals in Somalia, because we see that there is a great need; we want to serve children, mothers, old people, sick people, people who can not travel, I emphasize people who can not travel with the rough roads." Although the airport is seeing a lot more action than before, it is still not recognized by the International Civil Aviation Organization, due to safety and security issues since years of the civil conflict. According to the General Manager of Somalia's Civil Aviation Authority, this needs to change as things are improving. SOUNDBITE (English) Ali Mahmud Ibrahim, General Manager Somali Civil Aviation Authority: "We request the international Civil Aviation Organization to come and see what is going on here, in order to lift the ban, because the airport is close from their side due to civil conflict. This time there is no more civil conflict, the airport is operating, everybody can come and witness what is going on here." Several private airlines based in East Africa, including Kenya-based African Express and Sax as well as Somalia-owned private carries like Jubba Airways and Daallo Airlines, all operate flights into Mogadishu. In March this year international carrier Turkish Airlines began twice weekly flights between the Turkish capital Ankara and Mogadishu.
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BEAUTIFUL AIRPORT

BEAUTIFUL AIRPORT

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Landing in One of the Most Breath Taking Airports in World Mogadishu,Somalia.
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New Aden Ade airport terminal

New Aden Ade airport terminal

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8 Most Dangerous Ports in the World

8 Most Dangerous Ports in the World

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These are the most dangerous ports in the world. This should be a travel warning for tourists due to criminality and danger these destinations bring with them. Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 Voiceover by Rodney Tompkins: https://www.youtube.com/c/BigBadada2012 8: Saint Lucia Saint Lucia, located in the Eastern Caribbean, is reportedly one of the cruise destination most preferred by travelers. However, it seems that the island is more dangerous than local tourism officials like to admit. As the British Government states, “there have been incidents of crime including murder, armed robbery and sexual assault”. On April 12th, 2013, 55 Celebrity Eclipse Cruise passengers and two crew members were allegedly robbed at gunpoint by three men while visiting the Botanical Gardens 7: Venezuela The Venezuelan ports are not at all recommended for cruise travelers. Venezuela is reportedly one of the 25 most dangerous countries in the world, and one of the deadliest. Its criminality is rated as “critical” by the State Department. The CIA’s website notes there is “significant narcotics-related money-laundering activity, especially along the border with Colombia on Margarita Island”. Furthermore, on February 7th, 2014, a gunman allegedly shot dead a German tourist, during an attempted robbery, on Margarita Island 6: The Ports of Antigua Antigua, an island located in the West Indies, is rich in ports and harbors. Travelers often visit its capital and chief port, St. John’s, by cruise ship. Although it is seen as a Caribbean paradise, as described by travel writers and cruise bloggers who accept to hide the ugly side of ports in exchange for free perks, Antigua is reportedly one of the most impoverished islands in the area. Criminality is at high rates, and tourists often fall victim to thieves 5: Haifa, Eilat and Ashdod, Israel The Haifa, Eilat and Ashdod ports in Israel are in proximity to conflict zones. Ashdod is only 18 miles from Gaza, while Haifa lies 87 miles from the border with Lebanon. The political and military tensions in the area make the ports unsafe for visitors. On August 23rd, 2016, the State Department issued a travel warning for Israel, The West Bank and Gaza. “U.S. Citizens should exercise caution and remain aware of their surroundings when traveling to areas where there are heightened tensions and security risks 4: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Although Rio de Janeiro is a real touristic attraction for foreigners visiting Brazil, it is notoriously dangerous. It is not only the original breeding ground for the Zika virus outbreak, but also known for its high crime level. Tourists are often robbed by thieves that usually run rampant on beaches and on the streets of the city. The waters are highly polluted and infected with bacteria, and visitors 3: Aden, Yemen Aden Gulf in Yemen has one of the most dangerous ports in the world. It is home for piracy and security has deteriorated in the past years, as Yemen is still at war and the government is fighting with terrorist groups al-Qaida, Islamic State and Houthi rebels. The waters of the coast of Somalia are so dangerous, that ship captains allegedly turn off the exterior lights and also the GPS broadcasts while sailing in the area. Furthermore, the port city has been recently targeted by terrorists. On April 12th, 2016, four people died and another seven were injured in an explosion 2: Nassau, Bahamas Nassau is reportedly the most dangerous of the ports in the Bahamas, and has one of the highest criminality rates in the Caribbean. Tourists that step off the cruise ship in Nassau are vulnerable to armed robberies, sexual assault, murders and drug trafficking. “We receive more complaints about crime in Nassau than all of the other ports in the Caribbean combined”, reportedly stated Jim Walker, a Maritime Lawyer who has investigated the most dangerous ports of call for travelers. On November 22nd, 2016, in one of the most recent murders cases in Nassau 1: Honduras Honduras, an independent country located in Central America, was declared the number one destination for homicides by the UN. On August 4th, 2016, the U. S. State Department sent out a travel warning for the U.S. citizens, stating that “the level of kidnapping, crime, and violence in Honduras remains critically high”. A similar travel warning had been previously issued back in October 2015. Since 2010, the port has had one of the highest murder rates in the world. In March 2014, several tourists and cruise visitors
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Bosaso International Airport - Puntland - Somalia

Bosaso International Airport - Puntland - Somalia

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