From earthquakes to its close proximity to sea level, this plane hub can experience a lot of delays when natural disasters strike.
This airport experiences an extensive number of flight cancellations, as high winds and a runway covered by seawater are not ideal conditions to land in.
New Zealand airfield is not for the faint-hearted fliers due to its turbulence during flights and bumpy landings.
The runway of this airport is quite a tight space for planes to land, which leaves little room for error from pilots.
With a short runway to land and a high altitude, you’re in for a treacherous treat at Lukla (also known as Tenzing-Hillary Airport).