The corridor of this airport passes through the main street of the city.
2 MADEIRA AIRPORT: Pilots must aim the plane directly at a looming mountain peak, and then quickly bank to the right to avoid crashing into the mountain.
3 TENZING-HILLARY AIRPORT: This airport in Nepal sees one end of the runway preceded by high terrain, with a 2000ft drop at the end.
4 TONCONTIN INTERNATIONAL: The Honduran airport's runway is situated in a valley surrounded by mountains and there is only one way in and one way out for the planes.
5 BARRA: Take-offs and landings at this Scottish island airport occur on the same sand that people can stroll along during airport off-hours.
6 COURCHEVEL AIRPORT: This is in the French Alps and is famous for its short uphill runway (1722ft) with a vertical drop at the end.
7 ICE RUNWAY: This landing strip in Antarctica has no tarmac, just long stretches of groomed ice and snow.
8 GUSTAF III: The corridor in which the Caribbean airport's runway has been built is incredibly narrow, and planes come frighteningly close to hitting nearby slopes.
9 QAMDO BAMDA: This Tibetan airport has a 3.5-mile-long runway due to its altitude, which affects how long it takes a plane to stop.
10 JUANCHO E YRAUSQUIN: The short runway on this Caribbean island is surrounded by tall cliffs.