We usually think about level crossings in the proximity of train stations, right? When turning on the red lights you stop, you wait that the train passes and then you start again, but it seems that this is worth also for… the planes.
Or at least applies to the Gibraltar Airport, considered one of the most dangerous in the world just because in the vicinity of large joints of a ground traffic junction.
The particularity of Gibraltar airport is precisely the fact that intersects with streets in which circulate every day the city traffic.
The simplest solution was to equip the airport of a level crossing and, although it seems strange to say, it’s all true!