Figure 4, above, is similar to the arrival and departure pattern seen in Figure 2. Landings occur on Runways 24 and 33, while departures occur from Runway 24. Once again, this traffic flow occurs during good weather and when prevailing winds are from the west or northwest. In this configuration, aircraft landing on Runway 33 must be capable of landing and holding short of Runway 24 when simultaneous landings are taking place. Therefore, Runway 33 is typically used for slower and lighter single engine aircraft arrivals.
View Typical Flight Tracks Associated with this Runway Configuration
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