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The runway number is changed to 18/36 due to the change of magnetic variation. The image on Google Earth must be outdated. This is from my current (AIRAC 2004) Jeppesen airport chart of ENTC (Tromso, Norway): The video you linked was uploaded in March 2020, were the runway number had already been changed. I do not know how old the Google Earth image is. ...


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US airlines are extremely fuel conscious. They have software that calculates the exact throttle and flap settings required for the exact length of runway available so that they don't burn any more fuel than necessary, and that is all typically computed before they even push back from the gate. If the pilots know in advance (e g. from the ATIS) that ...


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I fly them with a fair bit of regularity, then again I fly a PA-28 out of various Class D and C airports so my takeoff requirements are usually well under the available runway. Sometimes if you are in line behind a jet waiting for their IFR release the tower may give you a VFR departure in front of them from an intersection. They say pilots are foolish for ...


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Note: I am assuming you are asking about US regulations. If the tower does not give you an instruction, you should not wait for one. Leave the runway at the next available taxiway and then wait for further instructions: 4−3−20. Exiting the Runway After Landing The following procedures must be followed after landing and reaching taxi speed. a. ...


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