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Planes land on frozen lake in US’s New Hampshire

By Abiodun Ogundairo
22 February 2021   |   1:50 pm
A 2,600-foot runway is open to the public in Alton Bay in Lake Winnipesaukee, in the US state of New Hampshire. The runway is built on the frozen lake as soon as there is at least 12 inches or more of solid ice evenly distributed through the bay area.

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A 2,600-foot runway is open to the public in Alton Bay in Lake Winnipesaukee, in the US state of New Hampshire. The runway is built on the frozen lake as soon as there is at least 12 inches or more of solid ice evenly distributed through the bay area.