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Montevideo, October 17th 2021 - 21:59 UTC
Saturday 14 October marked an exciting new chapter in St Helena’s history when the first ever commercial flight from South Africa touched down at St Helena Airport at 1.59pm. Read full article
next, air service should be inaugurated to/from tristan da cunha island!
Trouble is because of the windshear from building the runway in the wrong place - it will always be restricted to smaller jets- over along distance smaller jets cost a lot more per passenger seat than the original bigger proposed 160-180 seater.
And the top it all- the clot at the head of Dept of Overseas Aid in UK who failed to carry out proper weather site checks- got a Knighthood - as a reward for wasting UK taxpayers money!
Charles Darwin identified wind shear in 1836. archived report overlooked. what happened to lessons learned and joined up government?
England will return the Malvinas within 25 years.
Xenonman - for Tristan da Cunha to have an airport, terra-forming on a grand scale would be required.
There are probably more Falkland Islanders now of St Helenian descent than of Argentine descent. And there may be many more within the next 25 years.
Suck it up amigo.
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