Welcome To Twilight Zone – Ten Abandoned Airports In the World!
If you build it they will come, is a famous quote that we have all heard of. But today we show you that after you build it and they come, sometimes one day they will just leave and never come back. This is the theme of what we are showing you today. Once they were formidable modern institutions, today they are cities of ghosts that have been abandoned by us for good. These are the ten biggest abandoned Airports around the world. They all have a different story to tell about how they were left behind but for the most of the time, it was the flow of the economy that had been directed in a different path and all that is left is eerie silence. Terminals that will never see planes again, escalator that will never go up or anymore, and lounge bars that will never serve a drink or a snack to anyone else. Check out the creepy images of these once marvelous structures.
10. Berlin Templehof – Berlin, Germany
9. Castellon-Costa Azhar Airport – Spain
8. Nicosia International Airport – Cyprus
7. Don Quijote Airport – Spain
6. Ellinikon International Airport – Athens, Greece
5. El Torro Marine Air Station – Orange County, California
4. Floyd Bennett Field – New York
3. Gaza International Airport – Palestine
RAFAH, GAZA – AUGUST 19: A general view of Gaza International Airport, also known as Yasser Arafat International Airport started to be built in 1998 and having been out of service since 2001 due to the Israeli army’s attacks, is seen in Rafah city of Gaza, on August 19, 2014. (Photo by Abedrahim Khatib/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
2. Johnston Atoll Airport – United States
1. Stapleton Internation Airport – Denver, Colorado