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Old November 8th, 2014, 12:00 AM   #1
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First Cross Border Airport Bridge?

A cross-border pedestrian bridge linking San Diego with Tijuana’s A.L. Rodríguez International airport is set to open next summer, the project’s U.S. developer announced Monday.

The privately funded and operated $120-million project would create a port of entry limited to toll-paying airline passengers that is unique on the U.S. border. It consists of an enclosed 390-foot-long bridge with divided north/south corridors that will allow passengers to walk across between the United States and Mexico, avoiding lengthy lines at the San Ysidro and Otay Mesa ports of entry.



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Ryanair would call it "San Francisco South" Terminal 2..........if they flew there.
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Basel Airport had multiple exits for France, Germany, and Switzerland before the Schengen Zone made that a moot issue. Arriving passengers would select which country's immigration and customs facilities to use and then could only exit the airport into that country.
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Is the Schengen Zone still a thing?
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Is the Schengen Zone still a thing?
Duh. Why wouldn't it be?
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Duh. Why wouldn't it be?
Some of the internal borders which are required by the Schengen Agreement to be open have been closed due to the massive flow of refujihadists.
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Not closed, just controlled.

Before there wasn't even control.
Stil now, there's more flux control crossing from state to state in US than from country to country in Europe...
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Stil now, there's more flux control crossing from state to state in US than from country to country in Europe...
What does that mean exactly?
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There are nice Airport Bridges showing on the picture.
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