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Mönchengladbach Airport

Mönchengladbach Airport is a small regional airport located 4.4 km northeast of Mönchengladbach and 15.2 km west of Düsseldorf. It is co-owned by the company which also runs Düsseldorf Airport and the local utility company NVV AG.

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Airport Karlsruhe-Forchheim

The airfield Karlsruhe-Forchheim was the airfield of the city of Karlsruhe until the year 2000 and was used for general aviation. It was located south of the city in the Forchheim district of Rheinstetten. Tower and hangars have now been demolished and the Karlsruhe Trade Fair Center is located on the site. Part of the asphalt runway can still be seen.

Flight operations were relocated to the former Canadian military airport near Rheinmünster, which had been converted to Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden Airport. Since then, international flights have also been handled there. A few hundred meters east of the former airfield, the Rheinstetten glider airfield has been in operation since 2004 with an 830 meter long grass runway and a 1030 meter long winch runway in the 02/20 orientations.

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Essen/Mülheim Airport

Essen/Mülheim Airport is a minor unscheduled airport located 6 km south-west of Essen and 3 km south-east of Mülheim, North Rhine-Westphalia. It serves the western Rhine-Ruhr area, the largest urban agglomeration in Germany.

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Nuremberg Airport

Nuremberg Airport is the international airport of the Franconian metropolitan area of Nuremberg and the second-busiest airport in Bavaria after Munich Airport. With about 4.1 million passengers handled in 2019, it is Germany's 10th busiest airport. It is located approximately 5 km north of Nuremberg's city centre and offers flights within Germany as well as to European metropolitan and leisure destinations, especially along the Mediterranean Sea, on the Canary Islands and in Egypt.

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Dresden Airport

Dresden Airport is the international airport of Dresden, the state capital of Saxony, Germany. It is located in Klotzsche, a district of Dresden 9 km north of the city centre. It was formerly also known in German as Flughafen Dresden-Klotzsche. Destinations from the airport include a few European cities and several holiday destinations.

Elbe Flugzeugwerke, a subsidiary of ST Aerospace and Airbus, is based at the airport. EFW is mainly tasked with freighter conversions.

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Bremen Airport

Bremen Airport is the international airport of the city and state of Bremen in Northern Germany. It is located 3.5 km south of the city and handled 2.66 million passengers in 2015. It mainly features flights to European metropolitan and leisure destinations.

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Dortmund Airport

Dortmund Airport is a minor international airport located 10 km east of Dortmund, North Rhine-Westphalia. It serves the eastern Rhine-Ruhr area, the largest urban agglomeration in Germany, and is mainly used for low-cost and leisure charter flights. In 2020 the airport served 1,220,624 passengers. The nearest major international airport is Düsseldorf Airport approx. 70 km to the southwest.

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Leipzig/Halle Airport

Leipzig/Halle Airport is an international airport located in Schkeuditz, Saxony, Germany and serves both Leipzig, Saxony, and Halle, Saxony-Anhalt.

It is Germany's 14th largest airport by passengers and handled more than 2.61 million passengers in 2019 mainly with flights to European leisure destinations. In terms of cargo traffic, the airport is the fifth-busiest in Europe and the second-busiest in Germany after Frankfurt Airport, having handled 1,238,343 metric tonnes of cargo in 2019. The airport serves as the main European hub for DHL Aviation and the main hub for AeroLogic. Military installations have also been built at the airport for NATO and EU military aircraft.

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Stuttgart Airport

Stuttgart Airport is the international airport of Stuttgart, the capital of the German state of Baden-Württemberg. It is christened in honor of Stuttgart's former mayor, Manfred Rommel, son of Erwin Rommel, and is the sixth busiest airport in Germany with 11,832,634 passengers having passed through its doors in 2018.

The airport is operated by Flughafen Stuttgart GmbH. It goes back to Luftverkehr Württemberg AG, which was founded in 1924 and initially operated Böblingen Airport. Since 2008, 65% of the operating company is owned by the state of Baden-Württemberg and 35% by the city of Stuttgart. It is located approximately 13 km in a straight line south of Stuttgart and lies on the boundary between the nearby town of Leinfelden-Echterdingen, Filderstadt and Stuttgart itself. In 2007, the Stuttgart Trade Fair – the ninth biggest exhibition centre in Germany – moved to grounds directly next to the airport. Additionally, the global headquarters for car parking company APCOA Parking are located here.

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Frankfurt Airport

Frankfurt Airport is a major international airport located in Frankfurt, the fifth-largest city of Germany and one of the world's leading financial centres. It is operated by Fraport and serves as the main hub for Lufthansa, including Lufthansa CityLine and Lufthansa Cargo as well as Condor and AeroLogic. The airport covers an area of 2,300 hectares of land and features two passenger terminals with capacity for approximately 65 million passengers per year; four runways; and extensive logistics and maintenance facilities.

Frankfurt Airport is the busiest airport by passenger traffic in Germany as well as the 4th busiest in Europe after London–Heathrow, Paris–Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. The airport is also the 13th busiest worldwide by total number of passengers in 2016, with 60.786 million passengers using the airport in 2016. In 2017, Frankfurt Airport handled 64.5 million passengers and nearly 70 million in 2018. It also had a freight throughput of 2.076 million metric tonnes in 2015 and is the busiest airport in Europe by cargo traffic. As of summer 2017, Frankfurt Airport serves more than 300 destinations in 5 continents, making it the airport with the most direct routes in the world.

The southern side of the airport ground was home to the Rhein-Main Air Base, which was a major air base for the United States from 1947 until 2005, when the air base was closed and the property was acquired by Fraport. The airport celebrated its 80th anniversary in July 2016.

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Munich Airport

Munich Airport is an international airport serving Munich and Upper Bavaria. It is the second-busiest airport in Germany in terms of passenger traffic after Frankfurt Airport, and the ninth-busiest airport in Europe, handling 47.9 million passengers in 2019. It is the world's 15th-busiest airport in terms of international passenger traffic, and was the 38th-busiest airport worldwide in 2018. It serves as hub for Lufthansa including its subsidiaries Lufthansa CityLine, Air Dolomiti and Eurowings as well as a base for Condor and TUI fly Deutschland.

The airport is located 28.5 km northeast of Munich near the town of Freising. It is named after former Bavarian minister-president Franz Josef Strauss. It has two passenger terminals with an additional midfield terminal, two runways as well as extensive cargo and maintenance facilities and is fully equipped to handle wide-body aircraft including the Airbus A380.

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Hamburg Airport

Hamburg Airport is a major international airport in Hamburg, the second-largest city in Germany. Since November 2016 the airport has been christened after the former German chancellor Helmut Schmidt. It is located 8.5 km north of the city centre in the Fuhlsbüttel quarter and serves as a hub for Eurowings and focus city for Condor. It was formerly named Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel Airport, a name still sometimes used.

Hamburg Airport is the fifth-busiest of Germany's commercial airports measured by the number of passengers and counted 17,231,687 passengers and 156,388 aircraft movements in 2018. As of July 2017, it featured flights to more than 130 mostly European metropolitan and leisure destinations as well as two long-haul routes to Dubai and Tehran. The airport is equipped to handle wide-bodied aircraft including the Airbus A380.

Hamburg's other airport, Hamburg Finkenwerder Airport where the Airbus factory is located, is not open to commercial traffic.

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Berlin Tegel Airport

Berlin Tegel "Otto Lilienthal" Airport was the primary international airport of Berlin, the federal capital of Germany. The airport was named after aviation pioneer Otto Lilienthal and was the fourth busiest airport in Germany, with over 24 million passengers in 2019. In 2016, Tegel handled over 60% of all airline passenger traffic in Berlin. The airport served as a base for Eurowings, Ryanair as well as easyJet. It featured flights to several European metropolitan and leisure destinations as well as some intercontinental routes. It was situated in Tegel, a section of the northern borough of Reinickendorf, eight kilometres northwest of the city centre of Berlin. Tegel Airport was notable for its hexagonal main terminal building around an open square, which made walking distances as short as 30 m from the aircraft to the terminal exit.

TXL saw its last flight on 8 November 2020 after all traffic had been transferred gradually to the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport until that date. It was legally decommissioned as an airfield after a mandatory transitional period on 4 May 2021. All government flights were also relocated to the new airport with the exception of helicopter operations which will stay at a separate area on the northern side of Tegel Airport until 2029.

The airport's grounds are due to be redeveloped into a new city quarter dedicated to scientific and industrial research named Urban Tech Republic which is to retain the airport's main building and tower as a repurposed landmark.

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Berlin Tempelhof Airport

Berlin Tempelhof Airport was one of the first airports in Berlin, Germany. Situated in the south-central Berlin borough of Tempelhof-Schöneberg, the airport ceased operating in 2008 amid controversy, leaving Tegel and Schönefeld as the two main airports serving the city until both were replaced by Berlin Brandenburg Airport in 2020.

Tempelhof was designated as an airport by the Reich Ministry of Transport on 8 October 1923. The old terminal was originally constructed in 1927. In anticipation of increasing air traffic, the Nazi government began an enormous reconstruction in the mid-1930s. While it was occasionally cited as the world's oldest operating commercial airport, the title was disputed by several other airports, and is no longer an issue since its closure.

Tempelhof was one of Europe's three iconic pre-World War II airports, the others being London's now defunct Croydon Airport and the old Paris–Le Bourget Airport. It acquired a further iconic status as the centre of the Berlin Airlift of 1948–49. One of the airport's most distinctive features is its huge, canopy-style roof extending over the apron, able to accommodate most contemporary airliners in the 1950s, 1960s and early 1970s, protecting passengers from the elements. Tempelhof Airport's main building was once among the twenty largest buildings on earth, but it also formerly contained the world's smallest duty-free shop.

Tempelhof Airport closed all operations on 30 October 2008, despite the efforts of some protesters to prevent the closure. A non-binding referendum was held on 27 April 2008 against the impending closure but failed due to low voter turnout. The former airfield has subsequently been used as a recreational space known as Tempelhofer Feld. In September 2015, it was announced that Tempelhof would also become an emergency refugee camp.

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Berlin Schönefeld Airport

Berlin Schönefeld Airport was the secondary international airport of Berlin, the capital of Germany. It was located 18 km southeast of Berlin near the town of Schönefeld in the state of Brandenburg and bordered Berlin's southern boundary. It was the smaller of the two airports in Berlin, after Berlin Tegel Airport, and served as a base for easyJet and Ryanair. In 2017, the airport handled 12.9 million passengers by serving mainly European metropolitan and leisure destinations. In the same year, the travel portal eDreams ranked Berlin Schönefeld as the worst airport in the world after evaluating 65,000 airport reviews. Schönefeld Airport also was the major civil airport of East Germany and the only airport of the former East Berlin.

On 25 October 2020 the Schönefeld name and IATA code ceased to exist, marking its closure as an independent airport, with large parts of its infrastructure being incorporated into the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport as its Terminal 5 with its sections renamed to K, L, M and Q.

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Berlin Brandenburg Airport

Berlin Brandenburg Airport Willy Brandt is an international airport in Schönefeld, just south of the German capital Berlin in the state of Brandenburg. Named after the former West Berlin mayor and West German chancellor Willy Brandt, it is located 18 kilometres south-east of the city centre and serves as a base for easyJet, Eurowings and Ryanair. It mostly has flights to European metropolitan and leisure destinations as well as a number of intercontinental services.

The new airport replaced Tempelhof, Schönefeld, and Tegel airports, and became the single commercial airport serving Berlin and the surrounding State of Brandenburg, an area with a combined 6 million inhabitants. With projected annual passenger numbers of around 34 million, Berlin Brandenburg Airport has become the third busiest airport in Germany surpassing Düsseldorf Airport and making it one of the fifteen busiest in Europe.

At the time of opening, the airport has a theoretical capacity of 46 million passengers per year. Terminal 1 accounts for 28 million of this; Terminal 2, which did not open until 24 March 2022 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, accounts for 6 million; and Terminal 5, the terminal buildings of the former Berlin-Schönefeld Airport, accounts for another 12 million. Expansion buildings are planned in 2035 to be able to handle 58 million passengers annually.

The airport was originally planned to open in October 2011, five years after starting construction in 2006. However, the project encountered a series of successive delays due to poor construction planning, execution, management, and corruption. Berlin Brandenburg Airport finally received its operational licence in May 2020, and opened for commercial traffic on 31 October 2020, 14 years after construction started and 29 years after official planning was begun. Schönefeld's refurbished passenger facilities were incorporated as Terminal 5 on 25 October 2020 while all other airlines completed the transition from Tegel to Berlin Brandenburg Airport by 8 November 2020.

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Cologne Bonn Airport

Cologne Bonn Airport is the international airport of Germany's fourth-largest city Cologne, and also serves Bonn, former capital of West Germany. With around 12.4 million passengers passing through it in 2017, it is the seventh-largest passenger airport in Germany and the third-largest in terms of cargo operations. By traffic units, which combines cargo and passengers, the airport is in fifth position in Germany. As of March 2015, Cologne Bonn Airport had services to 115 passenger destinations in 35 countries. The airport is named after Cologne native Konrad Adenauer, the first post-war Chancellor of West Germany.

The airport is located in the district of Porz and is surrounded by the Wahner Heide nature reserve. The airport is centrally located in the Cologne Bonn Region 12 km southeast of Cologne city centre and 16 km northeast of Bonn. Cologne Bonn Airport is one of the country's few 24-hour airports and serves as a hub for Eurowings, FedEx Express and UPS Airlines as well as a focus city for several leisure and low-cost airlines. It is also a host of the German and European space agencies DLR and EAC, part of ESA, which train astronauts there for space explorations.

Cologne Bonn airport is only 49 km south of larger Düsseldorf Airport, the main airport of Rhine-Ruhr, and also competes with Frankfurt Airport, Germany's major international airport, which can be reached from Cologne within 47 minutes by the ICE high-speed train. The airport is jointly owned by the City of Cologne, the Federal Republic of Germany, the State of North Rhine-Westphalia, the City of Bonn and two counties: Rhein-Sieg-Kreis and Rheinisch-Bergischer Kreis.

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Great place to visit

with the most charming tower controller ever.

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oldest and most famous airport in Germany, but limited numbe

beer garden, aviation museum in walking distance

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Grumpy owner and no reason to be there.

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VIDF - NNS Pithoragarh Airport India

Just a minor info concerning the information received by clicking the relevant symbol in the world map for the a.m. location. Not only is it miswritten > Pithorgarh < but more important it is not located in the State of Uttar Pradesh, but in the State of Uttarakhand. Correction shoudn't be a great deal, should it ?

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Düsseldorf Airport arrivals and departures including delays and cancellations:

https://airportinfo.live/de/ankunft/dus/flughafen-düsseldorf

https://airportinfo.live/de/abflug/dus/flughafen-düsseldorf

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Funk: 123.425 MHZ

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Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER, EDDB) - Arrivals and Depart

Check out real time arrivals and departures time tables from Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER, EDDB):

Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER, EDDB) - Arrivals

https://flightradar.live/fluege/eur/de/flughafen-berlin-brandenburg-ankunft-ber/

Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER, EDDB) - Departures

https://flightradar.live/fluege/eur/de/flughafen-berlin-brandenburg-abflug-ber/

Watch the airtraffic at Berlin Brandenburg in real-time:

https://flightradar.live/flugradar/eu/flugradar-berlin-brandenburg/

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Per Wikipedia

TXL saw its last flight on 8 November 2020 after all traffic had been transferred gradually to the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport until this date. It has been legally decommissioned as an airfield after a mandatory transitional period on 4 May 2021. All government flights were also relocated to the new airport with the exception of helicopter operations which will stay at a separate area on the northern side of Tegel Airport until 2029.

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fast baggage handling

Your baggage is usually in the moment available you enter the arrivals area.

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Opening 31 October 2020

This airport is opening to the public, after Schönefeld (visible just to the north) closed on 25 October 2020.

https://news.yahoo.com/brace-off-berlins-much-delayed-124713420.html

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Closed on 25 October 2020

Closed and replaced by the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport immediately to the south.

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All sorts of fuel (JET A1, AVGAS, MOGAS), very good restaurant with reasonable pricing!

Short to the german / dutch border.

Flightshool, gliderflying and parajumping.

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My home airport!

Thanks for sharing the right frequencies. I live near EDDN and watch the airplanes every day and use my flighttracker (https://da-oben.de/flugradar-militaer-und-zivilluftfahrt-flugverfolger/).

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Reportedly the world's second busiest glider field!

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Wrong rwy designation in Windy

rwy design must be 08/26

your information should have

rwy desig and freq also

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New opening date for BER Airport

Berlin Brandenburg Airport is due to open in October 2020, according to the airport operator. Originally, BER should open in 2012, which was repeatedly postponed because of complications during construction.

As soon as the airport opens, the latest arrival and departure times can be viewed on https://airportinfo.live/departures/ber/airport-berlin-brandenburg

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Closed

According to a problem report: "The airport is now used by BMW for automotive purposes, among other things."

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Still open (2019)

If flew in again this spring. Yes, it's still here. The airport is a bit shabby and run-down, but you can't beat it for convenience—just a quick short distance away from the centre of the city.

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Frankfurt Airport (FRA) - Arrivals and Departures

Check out arrivals and departures time tables from Munich Airport:

Frankfurt Airport (FRA) - Arrivals

https://flightradar.live/en/flights/eur/de/frankfurt-airport-fra-arrivals/

Frankfurt Airport (FRA) - Departures

https://flightradar.live/en/flights/eur/de/frankfurt-airport-fra-departures/

Watch the Munich Airport airtraffic in real-time:

https://flightradar.live/flugradar/eu/flugradar-frankfurt-am-main/

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Munich Airport (MUC) - Arrivals and Departures

Check out arrivals and departures time tables from Munich Airport:

Munich Airport (MUC) - Arrivals

https://flightradar.live/fluege/eur/de/flughafen-muenchen-ankunft-muc/

Munich Airport (MUC) - Departures

https://flightradar.live/fluege/eur/de/flughafen-muenchen-abflug-muc/

Watch the Munich Airport airtraffic in real-time:

https://flightradar.live/flugradar/eu/flugradar-muenchen/

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Never again possible ...

Happy to be there before final closed this beautiful place

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Nice looking airport!

I'm having fun with the simulator. I like to use airports in Germany to test the sim. I would like, however, to visit this airport someday.

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Best Airport

It is the best Airport in lower saxony.

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I agree to last comment, I got my PPL here from Mrs. Elvira Walch leader of flightschool in 1987

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Grass air strip in beautiful surroundings ...

EDFT is a small local grass airfield right in the middle of Vogelsberg, one of the most beautiful and "flight worthy" parts of Germany. Fly in to sight-see or chat with us, we would be more than happy to welcome you.

We have a 680m grass landing strip in mint condition, MTOW 2000 kg for air planes and 4700 kg for helicopters. Local frequency is 122,175, call sign is lauterbach.info. Open SAT/SUN 14h MET to SS, other times PPR. We have MOGAS, but NO AVGAS and various non-alcoholic drinks and small snacks are available at nominal cost, Lodging is available in immediate vicinity and there is MUCH to see ...

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Spectacular field

Nice approach and take off, a bit scary as the terrain suddenly drops down to the river.

Nice scenery, one of the most beautiful airfields I visited so far. We stayed overnight in the village and made some nice walks.

Very nice village Traben!

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Wasserkuppe

The historic home of gliding world-wide

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Nice airfield,

landing for ultralight was 20eur, overnight stay 12 eur and hangar was 10 eur.

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Genialer Platz! VG Michael

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Nice airport, but...

Very nice airport but if you are flying in a private aircraft make sure to land on the right runway cause one is abandoned.

Landed here in FlightGear.

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Very nice.

Airport is beautiful has a nice runway and good taxiways and ramps. This is my account cause I was not signed in. I took off from here in Flightier flight simulator. Nice airport.

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Very nice.

Airport is beautiful has a nice runway and good taxiways and ramps.

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