I was on the ground before Aeroflot even took off. I would know I was the first one to land. There should never be a plane taking off against incoming traffic.
It’s also lack of awareness that you didn’t check the map to see all the planes on the downwind leg. You followed the one plane that was headed to runway 30 and decided to do just like him and takeoff against traffic.
I was 100’ off the ground. I was second in line to land. I was actually hoping they’d report you for taking off against incoming. Again I was second to land. Plane 1 was already on the ground. There were two planes behind me on final. What their altitudes where I have no idea. I know they were spaced 8nm apart as that was our flight NOTAM. And we were not all lined up, which if we were, would make your situation for taking off the wrong runway even worse.
You can say what you want that doesn’t make it true… None of you were on downwind you were all straight in, Also I was there 5mins before the first one of you landed and by that time Aeroflot was finishing his taxi to 30. Completely childish to lie
You landed on the wrong runway you should’ve gone around and enetered downwind 30 was in use before you were on the frequency so not quite sure why it changed while I was taking off, People at the field decide the active runway you’re telling me you couldn’t have entered downwind and followed the flow of traffic, Also you’re in no position to decide the runway you are inbound, you ask for traffic advisories not change them for your petty needs…
okay. once again in CALM wind situations, the most southern runway is used for those types of operations. RW 12 is the most southern rw at TFFR. The active runway at the airport is dicated by incoming taffic. not traffic on the ground.
Intentionally? You’re right. We all saw you sitting there before you had even taxied and decided to go against the flow so we could report you. You know. Because that’s what we like to do to people.
What’s weird is there were two other planes inbound, that weren’t part of our flight of 7, that landed on 12. It happened right after you decided to leave. They must have been coming from TNCM. Because those guys entered left base 12. One landed between our flight of 5-6. And the other guy landed between 6-7. They both used 12. I bet they looked at their map and saw the flow of traffic. I’m just guessing though. I still can’t understand how the blended in with all our planes lined up in a straight line. Weird.