Due to its high elevation, small runway, erratic weather, and lack of missed landing options, Lukla Airport, the starting point for Mount Everest treks, is regarded as the most hazardous airport in the world.
The only airport in the world with a beach runway that is flooded during high tide and can only be utilized under certain circumstances is Barra Eoligarry Airport in Scotland.
Due to its tiny runway, poor navigation, and surrounding steep terrain, Toncontin airport in Honduras is one of the most problematic airports for pilots.
The Princess Juliana International Airport in Sant Martin is dangerous for large planes and spectators due to its narrow runway and near to a busy beach.
The most northern airport in Norway has a hazardous runway made of ice, is encircled by hills, is vulnerable to bad weather, and has a history of mishaps, including Norway's worst plane crash.
Kansai Airport, which is located on a man-made island in Osaka Bay, is vulnerable to natural calamities like cyclones and earthquakes and is in risk of being submerged due to rising sea levels.
Smaller aircraft find it challenging to land at the Courchevel Airport in the French Alps due to its unusually short uphill runway and lack of landing procedures.
Only eight licensed pilots are permitted to land at Paro Airport in Bhutan, which is one of the most difficult airports in the world because to its proximity to mountains, strong crosswinds, and lack of radar.