This is a Friday Night Flight session time-lapse at HEGN. I was controlling departures and arrivals. Due to a terrain anomaly on short final for 36L, we were using 16L for landing and 16L/16R for departures. I got a standard S going with about 5-6nm of separation.
That was working great for traffic flow on the ground for a while, but due to a massive tailwind it became quite a challenge for me as approach and the landing aircraft, so we switched to the other end, landing 34R and departing 34L. You’ll see that about 1/4 of the way through the video.
From there I changed the direction of the S. Each leg has it’s own altitude from 8000ft to 3000ft MSL, for separation and to remind me of which leg they were on. All arriving aircraft came in at 9000ft to 13000ft MSL.
Points of interest
1:40 - Runway Change
6:52 - Wideroe 1 had a fuel emergency, was put on 16R
Hope you enjoy!