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Maybe after an engine strike on T/O on the other runways , it could be safer to make a sharp right turn an land on this runway instead of make the very long way to the other end of R/W 07 L/R ...
This is a generality - but sharp turns are usually not a good idea if an aircraft has enough of an emergency to require an immediate, probably overweight, landing.
And never put the wing with the under-powered or shutdown engine far below the horizon.
The lack of an ILS isn't a big deal because in such a situation the plane is not going to be on autopilot but will be hand flown on final.
As noted above - if it's an emergency and the pilot wants Rwy 18 - he's going to be given the runway if at all possible.
The emergency which comes to mind for the most immediate need to get back on the ground is an in-cabin fire - and for that he might want to land on the 25 runway opposite the 7 runway he just took off from.
A 180 and immediate landing has been done in such a situation in the past.