departure runway

departure runway

The runway from which departures are cleared.
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Regardless of the departure runway, nobody gets to go on any northerly heading for more than a minute or two.
A lot of ink and pixels have been spilled over the years about turning back to the departure runway if a single's engine quits right after takeoff.
Night-time flights will be rotated weekly, with each period consisting of one designated arrival and one departure runway, or one used for both with a schedule published on line.
As the Delta Air Lines B767-400 taxied out in Rome's Fiumicino Airport the flight crew clearly saw the flocks of gulls on and around the departure runway.
Steve Evans, from West Midlands Ambulance Service, said: "I understand the private aircraft left the departure runway.
Steve Evans, from the ambulance service, said: "I understand the aircraft left the departure runway.
The centralized facility also allows for more efficient deicing operations and direct taxi to the departure runway.
The ominously named Thorp "Thorpedo" was taxiing toward the departure runway, when the light-sport two-seater encountered a truck partially blocking the taxiway.
At an altitude of about 100 feet agl, he attempted to turn around and land in the opposite direction on the departure runway.
Opening Newark's primary departure runway ahead of schedule is a testament to the planning and implementation of the work by the Port Authority's aviation staff and our contractors,' said Thomas Bosco, the agency's Aviation Director.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport began reconstruction of Runway 8R-26L, the north departure runway, on Friday.
Twenty-eight of the additional single-family dwellings are in Burbank, south of the airport's primary departure runway, while 22 are in North Hollywood.