Madeira Airport, Portugal: The airport was once infamous for its short runway which, surrounded by high mountains and the ocean, made it a tricky landing for even the most experienced of pilots. Its innovative solution allowed Funchal to receive the Outstanding Structure Award in 2004, although it is still considered one of the most dangerous airports in the world. The History Channel program Most Extreme Airports ranked it as the 9th most dangerous airport in the world, and the second most dangerous in Europe after Gibraltar International Airport. Pilots first aim for the aircraft to land directly at a looming mountain peak, and then quickly bank to the right in order to avoid crashing into the mountain, to put the aircraft on course for the runway.
Gibraltar Airport, Gibraltar: One of the busiest and riskiest airports in the world, the Gibraltar airport passes right through the city of Gibraltar. Vehicles are made to stop every time an airplane lands or takes off from here. It is surprising, but there has never been any accident around this airpo
George Best had gone on the missing list for Calum. As the soccer icon once said himself of his infamous missing routine - Miss UK, Miss Sweden. Miss World. George, so the story goes, flew his son - then just 13 - to London over from America, where Calum was born in California on February 6, 1981, to help him celebrate his 50th birthday. The birthday party was not at George's home but rather at his second home, Stringfellows, 'the gentleman's' strip club in London. Calum was at the party but his dad wasn't. He was too drunk to attend and left Calum to be minded by the club's proprietor instead
In India, education degrees get married. The humans are mere flesh and blood mediums for pedigree and strong genes
Audrey Hepburn in How to Steal a Million (1966)
Located in Sagaponack, New York, this $248 million house owned by Ira Rennert has 29 bedroom and 39 bathrooms.
Located in Woodside, California, this $200 million project was constructed by Larry Ellison with Japanese-style architecture.
Located in Augusta, Montana, this $132 million ranch owned by Stanley
Kroenke stretches over 120,000 acres in the northwestern state.
Located in Montecito, Californiam this $88 million house owned by Oprah Winfrey sits on over 40 acres of land. The house is of Neo-Georgian architecture, which includes 6 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms. The house was named "The Promised Land" by Oprah in memory of the civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. It was built in the middle of the 20century, and has seen numerous renovations since.