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Help me find more Coastal Airports like Princess Juliana (TNCM)

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I love the approaches into airports that are near the ocean. Where are some other good ones besides Hawaii Int'l that you guys fly into?Cruising around TNCM27435.jpg

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I also like San Fransico... :-hah Four of the eight runway ends are also very close to oceaneous water ;-)

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MKJS MoBay Jamaica (ILS 07)MKJP Kingston Jamaica (VOR 12)MWCR Grand Cayman (VOR)Barbados ILS 9And many more in the CaribbeanEnjoy

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Awesome fellas!! :-beerchugKeep em coming. My list is growing.

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Lihue, Kauai PHLI is a cool airport. I'm working on an addon scenery to make it even more enjoyable and realistic. Vancouver Intl. also has a couple good ocean approaches.

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A very nice coastal AND mountanous area to fly to would for me be LFKJ Campo Dell' Oro. My all time favorite airport to fly to, just southwest of Italy (French island), go check it out! :)

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Some Canadian content:West: Vancouver, CYVREast: St. John's CYYTNorth: Iqaluit CYFB (and lots of others)

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There are lots of small coastal airports in the Seychelles. Hopefully soon I will be "improving" most of them.Colin

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HI thereTry NZWN, wellington. Rw 16 over the hills and the harbour , rw 34 over the Cook Strait. It has hills all around it is bumpy one in realityOtherwise try KLAX rw`s 6 or 7 (left or right) they`re all parallel over the water. Try and avoid leaving a JT-9 on Dockweiler State Beach like a 747 did a few years back!CheersLungs

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