N87 Non-standard Pattern Chart

Here is the chart given out to students when the wind is blowing the opposite way it usually does.

The wind here usually blows to favor runway 11. As a student we usually learn how to fly patterns with runway 11 so when the winds change the opposite way we receive a paper to help us with the right pattern for runway 29. I thought this was cool to share. This is made for the Piper Cherokee with the RPMs and Flaps.

You can fly at N87 on IF (it’s edited). Feel free to try the pattern in a 172, SR22 or the TBM.

If you have a chart for your airport feel free to share in the comments! Have a great day!


Its a lovely airport. I edited it 😉


Very interesting

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