Castellón–Costa Azahar Airport, in the region of Valencia, Spain, was officially declared open by local authorities in March 2011, despite having no airlines signed up to land there, nor government approval to operate. Delayed for several years and at a current cost of €150 million, commercial flights were due to begin on 1 April 2012. However, there have never been any regular flights operated from the airport. The State Agency for Air Security has found that its main strip is too narrow for airplanes to turn around, and would have to be widened to meet regulations.
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