TOUGH MAN CHALLENGE # 7

FS 9 FS 9

Short Runway Take Off and Landings

 

This T M C is for small aircraft using short runways (use a chopper if you want to). If your plane cant handle a 300' runway then get one that will. The longest runway you will see is 900' with the shortest runway at 300'. These 19 flights take place in Alaska, Texas, Oregon, Washington, Montana & Louisiana, USA and Albania The longest length in miles is 76. The shortest length in miles will be 5 mi. Weather will be at your option. A slight cross wind will make it more difficult after all this is suppose to be a T M C. When you complete a flight, come to a complete stop then reverse the flight. NO, NO doing a Touch-N-Go. This way you will take off and land on all these short r/ws. To further help, I think you might need to reduce your fuel load to something like carrying only 20%. It enables you to lift off a lot sooner due to the weight reduction. You might even want to put in a slight head wind. LIFT is the name of the game.

 

FROM TO R/W LGT SURFACE AZ / RNG

 

47AK 3AK2 06/24 700' HARD 354@21 Mi Alaska

XS39 1TS3 12/30 425' GRASS 092@ 17 Texas

69OR 52OR 14/32 650' GRASS 012@ 24 Oregon

LA30 LS72 27/09 400' GRASS 260@ 30 Oregon

8OR3 OR92 07/25 500' GRASS 185@ 35 Oregon

48AK 3AK6 05/23 700' GRAVEL 217@ 26 Alaska

LS73 LS93 Y E S 300' DIRT 269@ 05 Louisiana

0LS5 LA30 09/27 500' DIRT 235@ 07 Louisiana

 

are we having fun now?

 

LS72 0LS5 36/18 650' GRASS 075@ 36 Louisiana

4S6 15S +++ 23/05 400' GRASS 319@ 38 Washington

LS89 LS59 13/31 500' GRASS 239@ 41 Louisiana

MT19 MT62 16/34 500' DIRT 191@ 36 Montana

OR92 OR74 NE/SW 900' GRASS 300@ 25 Oregon

Z86 2Z3 26/08 850' GRAVEL 297@ 76 Alaska

AK32 9AK 25/07 900' HARD 191@ 25 Alaska

9AK0 DDT 23/05 900' GRAVEL 275@ 23 Alaska

A88 Z86 07/25 750' HARD 337@ 68 Alaska

LA43 LA07 17/35 300' Something 034@ 64 Louisiana

 

Here is a little bonus as you have been so good and not cracked up any airplanes, I hope?

LW0D LAKO +++ YES LONG Some Thing 210@ 56 Miles (I think)

Be careful of the 0" (zero) and the O (oh)

FS 9 FS 9