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Bunge Airfield
Gotland

Bunge Airfield is a former military airport, now privately owned. This image was taken from the roof of the hangar during 2006 fly-in, a yearly event. If you are airborne and think of visiting Gotland and the island of Fårö you might want to consider landing at Bunge Airfield.

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Copyright: Lennart mollerstrom
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Uploaded: 04/09/2008
Updated: 07/04/2012
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