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|Quoting Jamesbuk (Reply 3):|
How about maybe there new tires so its burning off the top protection layer?
|Quoting FLY2HMO (Reply 9):|
Looks to me like the dust originates from the centerline stripe, but why would it be yellow
|Quoting FrancoBlanco (Reply 2):|
Freshly painted taxiway lines?
|Quoting 474218 (Reply 13):
You should not breath yellow smoke!
|Quoting JAGflyer (Reply 14):|
Why wouldn't they close the runway to landing/maybe take-offs if the paint is wet. Wouldn't the planes landing make a mess of the lines if the paint is wet
|Quoting IAHFLYR (Reply 1):|
MMMMM well after hours of analysis the following results have surfaced:
1. Landing competition.
2. Landed on an exploding golf ball.
3. Pollen on the runway.
4. Lav flushing agent has been updated and was dumped on arrival.
5. New NASA orbiter returning from MARS.
|Quoting LTU932 (Reply 8):|
right in the TDZ, on the blocks
|Quoting Tom12 (Reply 19):|
If the paint were wet, or if it were the dust wouldn't this dramatically reduce the friction on the tyres? ... longer stoppage distance