John
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For The Pilots Who Routinely Fly Into PVD...

Thu Jan 09, 2003 1:50 pm

...The approach to crosswind runway 16 at PVD, do you consider it tricky? Or no more challenging, than let's say MDW or BUR, for instance? Just curious. The reason why I ask, obstructions(buildings) at the end of the runway, no clear zone, steep approach angle, and displaced threshold on already short runway, which reduces landing length to 5500 feet.
 
John
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RE: For The Pilots Who Routinely Fly Into PVD...

Sun Jan 12, 2003 2:44 am

Surely there has to some some pilots here who fly the PVD run for US/WN/AA/UA/DL/NW/CO?

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