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Hey guys i just started getting into my old hobby again which is plane spotting :D, i use to live in the island of sint maarten for 3 years when i was around 3ish or bit younger,so recently i put up some clips on my YouTube channel if you want to check it out the username is archerman3511,its just some random clips of small commercial planes and jets flying by,nothing really big :P haven't gotten a chance to go to an international airport even though i live 30 minutes away from it :)

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The approach to that airport is amazing!

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yeaa i know i miss sint maarten so much hopefully i can move there or visit as vacation :P

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