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Airport staff members share spicy details from their job - Page 34 of 100 - Kiwi Report

Airport staff members share spicy details from their job


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[post_page_title]The cryptic reason behind runway numbers[/post_page_title]
Have you ever been sitting on a plane and looked out the window to see giant numbers painted onto the runway? Maybe they’re the runway number? Nope! But they are an important aid to help pilots take off and land, though.

The cryptic reason behind runway numbers

The numbers are between 01 and 36 to represent the degrees, where 09 is 90० representing east, 18 is 180° and south, 27 is 270° and west, and 36 is 360° and north. In other words, there may not be 36 runways at an airport despite it having that number painted on it.

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