# landing with east to west wind on runway 11/29 [duplicate]

i was wondering if anyone could help me out with this doubt i have. the kananga airport in dr congo has a single runway labelled 11/29. upon checking on google maps the number 11 is on the left end and the number 29 is on the right. if the wind is blowing east-west which of the two sides would i say i was landing on? i know planes land against the wind so i figured one would land from left to right , meaning one would land on runway 11. but after i read about runway numbering i got more confused because i understood that the number 11 should actually be on the right side rather than the left. can anyone help me understand why the runway has an 11 on the left (which i understood should be west) and 29 on the right (supposedly east)? and if im correct to assume that with an east to west wind one should land from west to east meaning one would land on runway 11?? thanks a lot

• The number for an eastward landing (11) is on the west end, since when you're landing towards the east, the west end of the runway is the first end you see. Commented Aug 14, 2017 at 5:51