|Quoting AS739X (Reply 2):|
Litz: to answer your question between LAX and ATL. ATL has taxiways in between the runways. LAX is very close to the FAA min's of seperation between runways. LAX 25R/L and 24R/L are around 750-800ft. apart from and obviously no room for a taxiway in between. Another reason may be the huge amount of foriegn carriers at LAX vs. ATL which or mostly domestic.
|Quoting Go3Team (Reply 6):|
Wouldn't DFW rate up there with the way their runways are setup? Theres are pretty close together as well.
|Quoting Litz (Thread starter):|
I fly out of ATL weekly (based in Atlanta, I'm a heavy DL flyer) and have often landed there and sat, waiting, along with 8-10 other planes, at the crossovers waiting for the line of departing airliners to clear before all of us are cleared across the inboard runway. System seems to work pretty well.
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