Today I Learned Why Several Airport Runways Cross The U.S.-Canada Border

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  1. “a life-threatening medical condition she discovered she has while on vacation this week”

    Don’t be so emotional, Deidre! The clap is only life-threatening if left untreated.

  2. Because there are no medical professionals outside of Utah, and it’s Delta’s responsibility to be everyone’s life flight Politicians are as transparent as any other complainer using hyperbole.

  3. And what people don’t realize is that while AGS is the main airport for Augusta, there is also Daniel Field for smaller general aviation aircraft. I have no doubt that there are a boatload of aircraft parked there as well!

  4. I knew about the Cash & Carry policy and how the planes had to be dragged across the border, but did not realize it was at airfields that crossed the border and those airfields are still there. Neat bit of history.

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