TWA772LR wrote:I have never seen landings on the 33s though, that's usually 9/27 and the 8/26s.
MaverickM11 wrote:It happens pretty often and it's annoying, although not as annoying as landing on the Dallas runway and taxiing back to E...
jtamu97 wrote:On Thursday 27 was being used for departures of which I have not seen in a long time. At any rate seems as though the normal traffic patterns are disrupted for the time being.
alggag wrote:Total speculation on my part but yesterday one of the chemical plants in east Houston caught fire and there has been a massive cloud of thick black smoke over Houston ever since. I don't know f it's related but it's possible that they're using a different flow than they normally would to avoid the toxic cloud.
TWA772LR wrote:Takeoffs on the 26s happen as well although its not un-rare, but doesn't happen everyday.
richiemo wrote:And if this is true, does that mean that takeoffs can;t be using the 15s, cause if a plane is landing on 9, doesnt that basically take it directly over the 15s.
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