Figure 9, above, shows landings and departures occurring on Runway 33. This runway configuration is most common during the Fall, Winter and Spring when changing weather and wind patterns occur most frequently. Usually associated with this runway configuration are strong northwesterly winds. Since there is not an Instrument Landing System approach to Runway 33, ceilings of 380 feet or higher are required to use this runway during instrument conditions. Normally, Runway 33 use is limited to times of good visibility and higher ceilings allowing pilots to make visual approaches and landings.
View Typical Flight Tracks Associated with this Runway Configuration
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