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Take off chart type 1

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sur could you please explain what is meant by runway 12/30 ?

2. wind 300"M @ 10 kts, how would I know that this is head or tail wind? Am I going to use tge whees wheel?

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Runways are named according to their magnetic direction to the nearest 10°. Runway 12/30 has a direction of 120 or 300 depending on your take-off direction. A wind of 300°M is coming from the direction of 300°M. So, if you take off on runway 12, that will be a tail wind and if you take off on runway 30 that will be a headwind.

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Thank you sir..got it
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