1. Princess Juliana International Airport
At Princess Juliana International Airport in St. Marteen island the planes go just above your head on Maho Beach and land a few seconds later!
2. Male International Airport
Male International Airport in the Maldives is one of the few airports in the world that begins and ends with water and takes up an entire island.
3. Lukla Airport
4. Gibraltar International Airport
There is a road that passes right through the airport terminal for pedestrians and vehicles to cross across in this piece of British Overseas territory.
5. Kansai International airport
Kansai International airport (Osaka, Japan) is entirely off-shore, on a man-made island made from 21,000,000 m3 of landfill (excavated from three nearby mountains) that altogether cost $20 billion.