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Basel-Mulhouse International Airport

Basel-Mulhouse International Airport (IATA code: BSL) is an airport that represents what could be called a geographical oddity.

Based both in France (near Mulhouse[?]) and Switzerland (near Basel), this airport is the only one in the world that is located in two different countries, the countries' borders running right through it. In other words, when a plane lands here, its passengers have the possibility of landing in France and picking up their bags in Switzerland, or vice-versa. The airport is also known as Euro Airport.

The airport is capable of receiving jets of all sizes.

Airlines flying there include:

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