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Image of boarding pass from ajiraairways.com, cropped from 2550 × 3300 to 2450 × 1031.
Looking carefully at the four corners of the boarding pass reveals Egyptian hieroglyphs. These same symbols can be seen in the countdown timer located in the Dharma Initiative's station 3, known as "The Swan". It also has one of the eight trigram symbols that are found around the border of the DHARMA logo and those of its stations.
A location on the globe is specified on this boarding pass in the text "13 29 02N" at the bottom and "144 47 50E" beside the barcode. In proper notation, these make up the coordinates 13°29'02"N and 144°47'50"E (13.483889°N and 144.797222°E, in decimal). As seen on Google maps, this is a location on the island of Guam. Specifically, it is the location of the Guam International airport.
Although these aren't necessarily "secret", the airport codes mentioned on this boarding pass are:
- LAX - Los Angeles International, California, USA
- HND - Tokyo Haneda International, Japan
- GLR - Otsego County, Michigan, USA
- GMP - Gimpo International, Korea (South)
- BWU - Sydney Bankstown, Australia
- GUM - Guam International, Guam, USA
- PEK - Beijing Capital International, China
All of these appear to be large, international airports except for the one in the northern Michigan town of Gaylord. This may be a connection to DHARMA Initiative founders Gerald and Karen DeGroot, who attended the University of Michigan.
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