takeoff must occur no later than 1500' prior to the departure end
of the runway (DER).
This takes on importance when considering possible obstacles at the runway's departure end
and choosing the points at which to turn in the pattern--the point at which you turn crosswind won't be the same one you used after the first takeoff of the day.
Ahead of their departure end
of this month, the national squad will train in New Delhi for a week.
Without this taxiway, airplanes taking off on Runway 1 would be required to back taxi to the departure end
of the runway.
Over the departure end
of the runway and accelerating through 230 KIAS, the T-38 struck a bird that shattered the front cockpit canopy.
With mountains on both sides of the departure end
of the runway, the EVS was useful during the dark climbout, displaying the surrounding terrain and clouds as if it were daylight.
Rather than trying to execute a 90-degree turn onto the taxiway at 30 knots, we could have continued straight off the departure end
and slowed down using the grass and mud.
It has two main components: the VHF localizer transmitter, located about 1,000ft beyond the departure end
of the runway, provides lateral guidance with a signal that divides an 18 nautical mile-long wedge-shaped volume of airspace stretching out from the runway into the approach into left-right halves, A cockpit gauge shows pilots and autopilots how far they are to the left or right of the extended centreline as they descend to the runway.
Most of these are "low close-in obstacles," typically located within one NM of the departure end
of the runway.
It takes the form of the Runway Status Lights (RWSL) program, an automated series of red lights embedded in taxiways that enter runways and in the departure end
of runways themselves.
Additionally, the grant amount covers the extension of Taxiway A, which will offer easier access to the departure end
of Runway 23.
FA-18 pilot was cleared to land on runway 23R while an aircraft that had just landed was taxiing across 23L departure end