I can assure you it was a very interesting and challenging experience. There were only selected taxiways open between Alpha and Bravo as well for entering and vacating the "runway". The biggest challenge was because Bravo is not "straight'.
If you look at the landing chart or a photo from the air you will see that the portions east of Bravo2 and west of Juliet are further back from Alpha. The portion between Juliet and Bravo2 encompassing the domestic ramp is not separated from the "runway" sufficiently to allow a Heavy arrival or departure while a Heavy is taxiing in this area. So there was much juggling the arrivals/departures and taxiing while still fitting the smaller aircraft in the gaps.
It was interesting, challenging, fun ......... and a great relief when completed. (each time, as it happened more than once).
PS. A Korean B747 on short final for 23R in a NW x/wind looks like it is aiming straight at the tower window!!!
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