Ketron wrote: ↑
Sat Mar 10, 2018 9:18 pm
Yet another thing about which you think you know something, but in reality, you know nothing. See this, and you might understand that others have reached the same view as I have laid out. As you will probably be too lazy to look at the link provided, I will copy and paste some of the important bits.
Murcia is built in a no fly zone.
But the Murcia international airport at Corvera has been built in an special fly area.
This area is located in the training fly zone used by the Spanish Air Force.
Corvera Murcia is built an no fly zone with severe restrictions on civilian flights.
The air space is managed by the ministry for defense and covers the whole region of Murcia.
The Ministry of defense let the air force pilots and the students train at the Murcia region and the nearby provinces.
In fact, the pilots use the airport of San Javier. Sure the pilots needs a lot of space to perform there dock fights.
So this is a serious problem at the as-yet unopened airport of Corvera.
Till now the Corvera airport has cost 260 million Euros.
Now, civilian aircraft are allowed to land in San Javier near Carthagena. So they gave their fly times in special time zones.
In fact, in San Javier, they do not enter the restricted area and they can fly and approach the airport by the Mar Menor.
Fly zone Corvera.
For the moment the only solution is approach the airport of Corvera along the coast of Almeria. That is what the engineers working for the state run company AENA propose.
In order to land at Corvera , yet to open airport of Murcia passenger aircraft would have to fly along the coast of Almeria. Than turning inland over Cabo de Gata at the south eastern coast of Spain. And then fly up to Corvera. A lost of time and money.
Even then the passenger aircraft will cross part of the restricted air force zone.
That means also that all the air force aircraft will have to stop training. And this to allow a civil airplane to land at Corvera . How there are going to do it ?
Otherwise the airport is not safely with the back fights around.
This trip to the coast of Almeria involves another half a hour Can you image the lost of time and the additional fuel .
So, which bit of what I wrote previously is rubbish? Or are you too busy to answer, or do you have prior arrangements or possibly you need to wash your hair?