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Old 07-10-2013, 12:19 AM   #533
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Originally Posted by etothen View Post
This may only apply in South Korea and may actually have more to do with airfield readiness for military operations than punishing people for crashing. May, I have nothing to support that. That said if I shared a boarder with North Korea and had been in a legal state of war for more than 50 years I might be paranoid about civilian aircraft screwing up runway facilities, even accidentally. Just a thought.
Maybe. I can't say for sure, but they don't even allow people to own airplanes(as far as I know and that's why they send people over here for experience). Pretty strict law over there.
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