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Watch at the end of this video Ryanair Boeing 737 banking to the right during 45 mph crosswind takeoff.
Birmingham Airport during last week Storm Eleanor. According to an air traffic control planes can use the same runway if the departing plane is airborne before the arriving plane touches down

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Good example of ‘mixed mode’ operations that we have to use in the UK as we don’t have as much space for the multi-choice runways as our North American cousins!

LHR (Heathrow) regularly uses this at busier periods; although I believe it is not as common in poor weather (particularly visibility for obvious reasons!).

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I guess that never registered with me...in the US we do usually have the luxury of multiple runways. How else would they handle this with a single runway, waves of arrivals and then waves of departures?

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On 12/01/2018 at 1:00 AM, OMGedson said:

I guess that never registered with me...in the US we do usually have the luxury of multiple runways. How else would they handle this with a single runway, waves of arrivals and then waves of departures?

I don’t know details, but think arrivals have priority. Loads of other factors kick in including relative sizes of different aircraft (arriving and departing) which gives ATC plenty wake2.jpgto think about!

 

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