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The 'Heathrow Minute'?

Fri Nov 04, 2005 7:36 pm

Someone was trying to explain to me the 'Heathrow Minute'. Apparently its a method used by ATC but to control control busy take off and landing times at the airport.

Can anyone divulge more info?
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RE: The 'Heathrow Minute'?

Sat Nov 05, 2005 2:22 am

Heathrow minute? If it's anything like my Girlfriends minutes, then it's about 10

No serios i think it's the time betwenn the aircraft landinga ctually landing and the one behing actually landing. They pack em tight at Heathrow  Smile
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