Deteriorated panels on DIA runways



The FAA has developed new procedures to reduce delays at Denver International Airport during major runway construction work.The airport pulled Runway 17L/35R out of service June 1 so it could replace deteriorated concrete panels. That left the airport without one of its four north-south runways, and limited it to only two runways during marginal visibility, cutting the arrival rate to 64 planes an hour. With the new procedures in place, the arrival rate will return to 96 planes an hour. But according to the FAA, their personnel quickly figured out a way to mitigate the construction’s impact and boost the arrival rate by 33 percent. They designed a runway configuration in which planes can land on two of Denver’s north-south runways, 34R and 35L, and one of its east-west runways, 26.

Using those three runways, the airport can now land 96 planes an hour, reducing the potential for passenger delays. The rehabilitation of Runway 17L/35R is expected to take about three months.

“How well Do You Know Denver International Airport?”


Produced in 2008 by the Denver International Airport communications staff. Actually has a section at 4:13 that discusses the conspiracy:

If you’re not in the terminals or on the concourse, where else would you be? A secret underground city perhaps? Some people thing there’s a conspiracy making our airport the center of the New World Order. Rest assured this story is definitely a myth. Besides if it were true, Geraldo would have already sniffed it out, don’t you think?

Yeah. Geraldo.

DIA on list of international haunted places

Haunted PlacesIn 2000, paranormal researcher Dennis William Hauck put Denver International Airport on his list of eerie spots around the world in his book “The International Directory of Haunted Places.”  By this time, people had long been reporting strange encounters with ghosts and other parnormal activity at Denver’s airport.

Here’s what Hauck said:

Denver International Airport: This high-tech showplace was a humbling experience for many engineers. Over a year late opening owing to techincal problems, the new Denver airport was built on land considered sacred by Native Americans. This was confirmed by experts in Feng Shui, the Chinese art of placing human structures in harmony with nature. When they surveyed the airport, they said the site was “full of images of death and grief.” In spring 1995, Colorado Indians held a ceremony to put their ancestors’ spirits to rest.

Read more about Indian burial grounds at DIA.

“OK, this place is evil.”

A blog called The Betrayal takes on the DIA conspriacy:

The art at the DIA is NOT an aggregation of odd choices made by people with poor taste, like many people think. It is a cohesive collection of symbolic pieces that reflect the philosphy, the beliefs and the goals of the global elite. The DIA is the largest airport in America and it has cost over 4.8 billion dollars. Everything regarding this airport has been meticulously planned and everything is there for a reason.

Click here for more on horse of the Apocalypse, Masonic Capstone, Prophetic Murals, Project for New American Century, Germany and Nazism, Georgia Guidestones.

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