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Is Maho Beach The Coolest?

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Maho beach is adjacent to Princess Juliana International Airport.

Maho Beach is unusually close to the threshold of a runway, and is directly under the flight path, resulting in aircraft on their final approach flying over the beach at very low altitudes.

The location is very popular with plane spotters.

Watching airliners pass over the beach is such a popular activity.

Experience the jet forces of a 747 jumbo jet or airbus taking off or landing a few meters away.

Watch people being blown over.

An amazing experience!

There is a danger of people standing on the beach being blown into the water because of the jet blast from aircraft taking off from the runway.

The local government warns that closely approaching and departing aircraft can “result in serious injury and/or death”.

An additional fence has been added recently behind the runway, in order to prevent people from hanging onto the main fence surrounding the runway to experience being blasted by the jet flow.

The beach itself is white sand and has little to no vegetation because of jet blast erosion.

The beach is popular with windsurfers.

Maho beach is the world’s coolest beach.

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