FLOATING AIRPORT RUNWAY BUILT IN JAPAN
The Japanese Technological Research Association of MegaFloat has been using its investigation of MegaFloat Technology to float 'very large structures' to deal with the potential problems of a lack of habitable land, frequent earthquakes or the need for more space for buildings. Using MegaFloat Technology, it has built an experimental runway for an airport in Yokohama bay, which has been successfully tested, for prototyping in the near future.
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