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Pukaki Aerodrome
New Zealand
Pukaki Aerodrome (NZUK) is a general aviation airport near Twizel on the South Island of New Zealand. It is about fifty kilometers south of Mount Cook and Tasman Glacier, and the site of aerial sightseeing rides in the area.
Copyright: John Wood
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Resolution: 19708x9854
Taken: 15/02/2014
Hochgeladen: 05/03/2014
Aktualisiert: 10/03/2014
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