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unknown_2
post Dec 13 2018, 10:49 AM

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QUOTE(deodorant @ Dec 13 2018, 10:18 AM)
So who correct now, Anthony Loke or Singapork MoT?

https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/expla..._13122018_today

Basically SG said that all along:
- Flight path doesn't affect any existing structure also, and
- Malaysia bagi tau je whenever got plans to build higher structures then SG will adjust the flight path accordingly.
Additional points:
- Edge of pasir gudang is 2.5km from edge of runway, which implies safety height buffer of 78.1m.
- Current ILS glide slope is 3.5deg. In comparison, London City Airport glide slope is 5.5deg.
- If Singapork increase glide slope to 5.5deg then height buffer is 123.0m @ 2.5km, 148.1m @ 3km, and 296.3m @ 6km
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if wanna build a mia burj khalifa right at the edge of pasir gudang how?
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post Dec 13 2018, 11:01 AM

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QUOTE(deodorant @ Dec 13 2018, 10:50 AM)
Few hundred metres a bit different than the 2.5 km distance between seletar and pasir gudang. If you see the 3.5deg ILS guide slope, at this 2.5km mark planes will be generally 150m above, which isn't that bad.

Furthermore, airplanes are most efficient when taking off and landing against the wind. Forcing seletar to use only a single direction makes planes less efficient half the year when they have to land or take off with the wind.

Finally, planes coming from the North need to fly a bigger loop to the south before landing from the south.

And since Firefly is the only airline planned for seletar, we kecoh kecoh kecoh in the end our own airline is the one that suffers.
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in any implementation, not only this airport case, a considerate person without malicious intention will always prioritize a way that doesn't trouble other people to begin wit.
just like a considerate neighbor wont park his car wit half of the bonnet blocking ur drive way, regardless u hav car or no car at home.

question is y singapore cannot move the landing path close to their side, like loke suggested? y die die must intrude into pasir gudang air space? even SG MoT dun dare to answer this question, keep avoiding it.
& saying need a bigger loop is just bullshit.
it's not that much different in distance, plane circle the airport all the time bcoz they dint get the clearance to land yet.
there is so many factors like ur plane arrive early/late, the ground plane delay their take off, air strip too congested.........

if goes by the logic of "bigger loop" as argument point, take a look at the flight path of of the world.
y not argue to re-draw all the flight path to direct straight line?

 

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