|Quoting KC135TopBoom (Reply 3):|
The GA aircraft will have to maintane a 3 mile seperation from any commerical aircraft, just like anywhere else in the US.
|Quoting AA54Heavy (Reply 4):|
Wait, so in the US GA aircraft have to always maintain a 3 mile separation from any commercial aircraft??? Is this supposed to be everywhere, or just where you have runways so closed together...
I ask because yesterday I was doing touch and go's at TUS and 737s. MD-80s, etc. were significantly closer to me than 3 miles....say up to 400 ft or so.....perhaps we're talking about two different things....
|Quoting KC135TopBoom (Reply 6):|
3 miles is the standard seperation. Going into TUS, were the aircraft AA going intothe maintenance hangers?
You also can have one airplane landing and one departing at the same time on two different runways.
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