|Quoting NathanR (Thread starter):|
I live somewhat close to PDX and have noticed on more than one occasion that the planes flying over my house, which they do all the time, have varying altitudes. Some days I'll see them quite high, then others I swear they are going to crash into the trees. Is there a reason for this? Weather? Traffic? They are all little prop planes if that matters...Thanks.
|Quoting NathanR (Reply 3):|
When I said I live somewhat close to PDX I mean the airport. I live in north east. Sorry about the confusion.
They are the planes that are coming in on final for Rwy 3 I believe.
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