Apa Arti Nomor di Ujung Landas Pacu, Cari Tahu di Sini!

first_imgMisalkan, arah angin dominan ke arah Barat, maka landas pacu akan dibuat memanjang dari Barat ke Timur. Karena, pesawat yang hendak take-off berlawanan arah angin akan memperpendek jarak take-offnya. Sedangkan pesawat yang hendak landing berlawanan dengan arah angin juga akan memperpendek jarak landingnya.Kembali ke soal penomoran landas pacu, semua landas pacu diberi nomor berdasarkan magnetic azimuth (bantalan kompas) di mana landas pacu tersebut berorientasi. Sebagaimana yang dilansir KabarPenumpang.com dari berbagai sumber, penomoran landas pacu berbanding terbalik dengan arah mata angin di kompas. Jika titik 0/360 derajat di kompas menunjukkan arah utara, maka titik 0/360 derajat untuk penomoran landas pacu akan menghadap ke arah selatan.Cara penomorannya adalah dengan membulatan ke angka puluhan terdekat, semisal sebuah landas pacu menghadap 360 derajat atau arah ke arah selatan, maka landas pacu tersebut akan dilabeli dengan angka 36. Atau sebuah landas pacu menghadap ke arah timur atau 270 derajat, maka akan dilabeli angka 27 di ujung landas pacu tersebut.Karena landas pacu bisa digunakan dua arah, maka di sudut sebaliknya, angka-angka tersebut akan selisih 18 yang mewakili 180 derajat. Contoh, landas pacu dengan nomor 36 seperti yang sudah disebutkan di atas, maka di sisi satunya lagi akan dicat dengan nomor 18 yang mewakili 180 derajat atau menghadap ke arah utara. Begitupun dengan nomor-nomor lain, seperti 27 yang berarti landas pacu tersebut mengarah ke timur, maka di sisi lainnya akan dinomori 9 yang mewakili 90 derajat atau menghadap ke arah barat.Baca Juga: 10 Bandara Ini Punya Landasan Paling EkstrimDengan angka tersebut juga Anda bisa menentukan kemana arah pesawat Anda mengudara, semisal Anda melihat angka 18 di ujung landas pacu, namun pesawat bergerak membelakangi nomor tersebut, maka dapat dipastikan penerbangan Anda mengarah ke selatan. Atau Anda melihat angka 09 di ujung landas pacu dan pesawat bergerak membelakangi nomor tersebut, maka penerbangan Anda menuju ke arah timur, dan seterusnya.Dalam beberapa kasus tertentu, ada nomor landas pacu yang diikuti oleh huruf L, C, atau R. Itu menandakan Anda berada di bandara dengan landas pacu parallel, dimana huruf-huruf tersebut mewakili posisi landas pacu, L untuk Left (kiri), C untuk Center (Tengah), dan R untuk Right (Kanan).Sumber: Google EarthAmbil contoh Bandara Internasional Soekarno Hatta, dimana berdasarkan data yang dilansir dari laman Wikipedia.com, bandara tersebut memiliki tiga landas pacu, dimana masing-masing tertulis, 07R/25L, 07L/25R, dan 07C/25C. Dari informasi yang sudah dijabarkan di atas, dapatkah Anda membaca angka-angka tersebut?Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… Related Sumber: aopa.org Jika Anda sudah berada di dalam pesawat yang hendak take-off, coba fokuskan pandangan Anda ke arah luar jendela dan carilah sebuah angka raksasa yang dicat di ujung landas pacu. Apakah itu merupakan angka yang mewakili jumlah landas pacu di bandara tersebut? Tentu saja bukan. Nomor yang tertera di ujung landas pacu merupakan identitas dari landas pacu tersebut, dan tentu saja nomor itu memiliki artinya masing-masing.Baca Juga: Hang Nadim, Bandara dengan Landas Pacu Terpanjang di IndonesiaSebelumnya, sebuah survei terlebih dulu dilakukan untuk menentukan arah angin dominan atau arah angin yang paling sering terjadi di lokasi calon bandara tersebut. Setelah mengetahui arah angin dominan di lokasi calon bandara, biasanya sang perencana dapat menentukan arah landasan pacu searah dengan arah angin dominan tersebut.last_img read more

Howard, Sassman Named to NFCA Player of the Year Top 25

first_imgThe award will be cut down to 10 student-athletes on May 14, and the Player of the Year and Pitcher of the Year will be announced on May 30. Sassman has saved her best season for last, leading Division II with 8 triples and ranking in the top five in the Gulf South Conference in total bases (95; 3rd), batting (.432), slugging (.720; 4th), on-base percentage (.527; 5th), hits (57; 5th), RBIs (43; 5th), and doubles (13; 5th). FULL WATCHLIST Sassman and Howard are two of three players from the GSC to make the list, joined by Shelby Booker from Alabama Huntsville. Additionally, UWF and Winona State are the only schools with multiple student-athletes on the watchlist. The senior currently ranks seventh in UWF history with a .370 career batting average, fourth with a .604 career slugging percentage, sixth with 44 career doubles, second with 24 career triples, and first with 31 times hit by pitch. Her 24 triples also lead all active Division II softball players, rank second among active players at any NCAA level, and are the most in GSC history. The Lake Butler, Florida, native is a three-time GSC Freshman of the Week and has reached base in 40 of 45 games played this season. In all, Howard leads UWF with 23 multi-hit games this year, and she has had multiple hits in five of her last nine games. Teala Howard has been electric in her first season with the Blue and Green, and she ranks in the top 20 in the country in hits (68; 10th), batting (.459; 17th), and stolen bases (37; 15th). LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The National Fastpitch Coaches Association released its Top 25 Schutt Sports/NFCA Player and Pitcher of the Year Watchlist on Thursday, and senior Rhiannon Sassman and freshman Teala Howard each earned a spot on the list. #ARGOS#Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

Hancock Pleads Not Guilty to Charges of Sexual Abuse/Exploitation of Minor Charges

first_imgHancock’s trial is set for the week of April 18. Alexander: “Thirteen counts related to the possession and distribution of images of child sexual exploitation.” On February 3, the Alaska Bureau of investigation asked that anyone with information regarding potential victims of Hancock to contact Soldotna Investigator Vince Peronto at 907-260-2709. He faces a potential sentence of two to 99 years in jail on each of the 13 counts of child pornography if convicted. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Soldotna resident and former Peninsula Martial Arts teacher Michael Dean Hancock pleaded not guilty to various charges of sexual abuse of a minor and unlawful exploitation of a minor in Kenai court Thursday.center_img In Kenai, Hancock faces 20-99 years in prison and a fine of up to $500,000 for First Degree Sexual Abuse of a minor. For the charges of Second Degree Sexual Abuse and Unlawful Exploitation of a Minor he faces up to ten years in prison and a fine of $100,000 each. Originally he was indicted by an Anchorage Grand Jury on January 14 according to Assistant Attorney General Adam Alexander… Hancock was indicted by a Kenai Grand Jury on February 3 for one count of Sexual Abuse of a Minor in the First Degree, one count of Sexual Abuse of a Minor in the Second Degree, and three counts of Unlawful Exploitation of a Minor.last_img read more

Boxer Katsunari Takayama files for arbitration in bid to compete at Tokyo 2020

first_imgHis license application to compete as an amateur boxer was denied by the Aichi Prefecture Boxing Federation last June, however, with subsequent petitions to the Japan Amateur Boxing Federation and the Japanese Olympic Committee also unsuccessful.Takayama has applied for the Japan Sports Arbitration Agency to intervene in the matter.“I want this situation to be resolved as quickly as possible,” Takayama said at a news conference in Osaka.Nicknamed “The Lightning Kid,” Takayama has a 31-8 professional record with 12 knockouts.The International Boxing Association voted to allow professional boxers to compete at the Olympics starting in Rio in 2016, but the JABF does not allow boxers with professional experience to compete among amateurs.According to an attorney for Takayama, they will also demand that the selection criteria for boxers at the Olympics be clearly defined and publicized.Takayama said the Aichi association had denied his application under the instructions of JABF president Akira Yamane, who is currently facing multiple allegations of impropriety, including match rigging.Yamane earlier said there was “no way” the ruling on Takayama’s license would be overturned. Boxer Katsunari Takayama speaks at a news conference in Osaka on Monday. | KYODO Katsunari Takayama, 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Akira Yamane GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5center_img OSAKA – Five-time minimumweight world champion Katsunari Takayama filed an application Monday with a sports arbitration body to overturn a decision by Japanese amateur boxing authorities preventing him from competing at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.The first Japanese fighter to have been crowned champion in four major international organizations, the 35-year-old Takayama retired from the professional ranks in April last year with the aim of ending his career as an Olympic gold medalist. RELATED PHOTOS KEYWORDSlast_img read more

Homer Hockey Players Recognized For Good Samaritan Act

first_imgKenai Peninsula School District Superintendent Sean Dusek spoke about the boys at the KPB assembly meeting on Tuesday, December 5: “They made sure that he was attended to with medical help. They contacted their coach, the police, and made sure he was taken care of.”  Shortly after the four players tended to the man the coaches and paramedics arrived to transport him to the hospital. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Four players on the Homer High School hockey team received special recognition at the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly meeting for their heroic actions in helping an injured homeless man in Anchorage, on November 3. According to the players the man had injuries on his hands, and asked them for medical assistance. The boys took the man to a local restaurant and assisted him in obtaining a first aid kit. The team had just wrapped up a close 1-0 loss to West Anchorage High School at the Ben Boeke Ice Arena in Anchorage when they decided to go grab dinner after the game.center_img The four players, Phinny Weston, Tucker Weston, Douglas Dean, and Team Captain Charlie Menke were approached by a visibly drunk homeless man on the corner of Benson and New Seward Highway. Dusek: “They took it upon themselves to be good samaritans and make sure he was taken care of, and they didn’t have to do that.” Story as aired:last_img read more

Aiken, Fowler-Reid on losing end

first_imgADELAIDE, Australia (CMC):Jamaican star shooter Jhaniele Fowler-Reid produced a sublime performance before injury put her out of the contest as her West Coast Fever slipped to a narrow defeat to Adelaide Thunderbirds in the opening exchanges of the new season last weekend.Playing at the Priceline Stadium, the 29-year-old shot a perfect 51 from as many attempts but limped out at the start of the fourth quarter with an ankle injury. Hampered by a her absence, Fever lost 60-61 to Thunderbirds, who broke an extended 27-game losing streak.For the hosts, goal shooter Sasha Glasgow scored 37 from 47 attempts while goal attack Maria Folau chipped in with 24 from 31 attempts.Fever were down 14-16 at the first quarter with Fowler-Reid the lone scorer for the visitors, but they rebounded to level at 33-33 at the half. With Fowler-Reid netting 15 times in the third quarter, Fever led 50-47 at the start of the final stanza before things went wrong when it mattered most.At the Melbourne Arena, another Jamaican international, Romelda Aiken, found herself on the losing end as her Queensland Firebirds slumped to a 61-73 defeat to Melbourne Vixens.Aiken scored 36 goals from 42 attempts to keep Firebirds in the contest with scores locked at 35-all at half-time. However, Vixens had the better of the exchanges in the second half, outscoring their opponents 38-26.Goal attack Gretel Tippett supported Aiken with 23 from 24 attempts while for the winners, goal shooter Caitlin Thwaites netted 50 from 51 and goal attack Tegan Philip, 23 from 24 attempts.Also at Melbourne Arena, Shimona Nelson was the only Sunshine Girl to end up in winners row after her 46-from-54 performance helped fire Magpies Netball to a 57-43 victory over Sunshine Coast Lightning.Nelson shot 12 from 16 in the first quarter and a perfect nine-from-nine in the second as Magpies coasted to a 27-23 lead at the half. She sustained her accuracy with 25 from 29 in the second half to ensure that there would be no coming back for Lightning.For the losers, Cara Koenen scored 18 from 21 while Steph Wood netted 15 from 22.last_img read more

All-District 1, Division II soccer teams

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Timberwolves Lose 97-94 to Golden State

first_img Auto (360p) 360p Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip About Connatix V56892 720p HD About Connatix V56892 The Timberwolves lost 97-94 at home against Golden State Wednesday night.  Minnesota led by 20 in the 3rd quarter and coughed up the lead.  Head Coach Rick Adelman said after the game the Wolves allowed the Warriors back in the game.  Kevin Love led the Wolves with 29 points and 12 rebounds, Wayne Ellington added 17 points and J.J. Barea chipped in 15 points and 8 assists in 37 minutes.  Barea had been out with a bruised quadriceps.The Wolves are 25-31 with 10 games remaining.  Minnesota will play at New Orleans Saturday night at 7pm. 1080p HD 1/1last_img read more

Record-breaker McMaster adds CAC title to Commonwealth honour

first_imgBARRANQUILLA, Colombia (CMC) – Reigning Commonwealth Games champion Kyron McMaster added yet another trophy to his collection when he broke an eight-year games record en route to gold in the men’s 400 metres hurdles at the Central American and Caribbean Games here Tuesday night.The third fastest in the world this year, the British Virgin Islands athlete stopped the clock at 47.60 seconds – his second fastest time ever – to eclipse Jamaican Leford Green’s old mark of 48.47 set in Mayaguez back in 2010.Jamaican Annsert Whyte clocked a personal best 48.50 to clinch silver while the Dominican Republic’s Aquino Santos picked up bronze in 48.77, also a personal best.Another Jamaican Shawn Rowe missed out on the podium when he trailed in fourth in 49.30.The 21-year-old McMaster, who won Commonwealth gold in Gold Coast, Australia back in April, said the success was his way of honouring his small country.“Today was really more about the country. It is my contribution, but nothing to do with me personally,” he explained.“I just wanted to come out and run for the country. I am learning a lot with my new coach. We are just combining, mixing and playing with new things. The Games represents the area where we grew up, our beginnings, our heritage.”With the victory, McMaster became the fourth athlete from the BVI to win CAC gold.Jamaica captured the corresponding women’s final as Ronda Whyte stormed to the finish first in a time of 55.08 second, swith Mexico’s Zudikey Rodriguez finishing second in a personal best 55.11.Cuban Zurian Hechavarria also clocked a personal best 55.13 in capturing bronze but there was disappointment for Jamaican Rushell Clayton (55.30) and Trinidadian Sparkle McKnight (55.56) who finished fourth and fifth respectively.There was further success for the English-speaking Caribbean when Barbadian Shane Brathwaite produced a personal-best run to win the men’s sprint hurdles in 13.38 seconds.Trinidad and Tobago’s Ruebin Walters copped silver in 13.57 while Cuban Roger Valentin was a close third in 13.58.In the women’s equivalent, Haiti’s Vanessa Clerveaux stopped the clock at 13.07 to capture silver, following home winner Andrea Vargas of Costa Rica in a personal-best 12.90.Jamaican Jeanine Williams was forced to settle for silver in 13.11 but there was no such fortune for Guyanese Jenea McCammon (13.40) and Barbadian Kierre Beckles (13.48) who were seventh and eighth respectively.Jamaica meanwhile managed yet another gold courtesy of Ramone Bailey who left it late before coming up with his winning leap of 8.07 metres to take the men’s long jump.Bermuda’s Tyrone Smith was second with a personal-best 8.03 while Trinidadian Andwuelle Wright snatched bronze in 7.94.Guyana’s Emanuel Archibald barely missed out on a medal when he finished fourth with a jump of 7.83, a personal best.In the men’s 200 metres, Jamaican Rasheed Dwyer posted a personal-best 20.19 seconds to finish second in semi-final one and qualify for yesterday’s final.He was joined by countryman Jahnoy Thompson who clocked 20.23 to finish third in the second semi-final where impressive Trinidadian Kyle Greaux sped to a personal-best 19.97 in finishing second.Alonso Edward of Panama reset the games record for the third time on the day when he edged Greaux in 19.96.Colombian Navas Baloyes had earlier broken Churandy Martina’s eight-year-old record with a run of 20.04 in the heats only to reset his own record when he won the first semi-final in 20 seconds flat.In the women’s 200m, Jamaican Jodean Williams won the first semi-final in a personal-best 22.88 seconds, with Trinidadian Semoy Hackett (23.01) and French Guiana’s Gemima Joseph (23.74) also booking their spots in the final.Williams’ teammate Shashalee Forbes stormed to victory in semi-final two, clocking 23.02. Trinidadian Kayelle Clarke (23.57) finished second, Cuba Adriana Rodriquez (23.65) was third and Laverne Jones (23.93) of the US Virgin Islands, fourth – to all qualify.last_img read more

Hughes backs Bertrand to show his quality against Chelsea

first_imgSee also:Sarri irritated by Chelsea’s poor defendingChelsea v Vidi player ratingsSarri to assess Loftus-Cheek ahead of Southampton gameLoftus-Cheek says ‘it’s good to be back’ for ChelseaHodgson still keen to take Loftus-Cheek back to PalaceHughes: Time will tell how great Hazard isFabregas keen to sign new Chelsea contractSarri confident Chelsea will avoid Europa League hangover at SouthamptonSouthampton boss Hughes recalls Chelsea capitulation England boss Southgate opted to take Tottenham’s Danny Rose and Manchester United’s Ashley Young to Russia ahead of him, while Luke Shaw has since returned to favour.Hughes admits Bertrand’s failure to make the squad for the tournament was a blow for the player but feels he has swiftly put the setback behind him.“Ryan’s just getting on with the business of working hard for us,” added Hughes.“He was disappointed missing out on the World Cup, that was a big aim of his, but it’s not something he’s dwelling on. I think he’s moved on very, very quickly.“I’ve no doubt that he’s very much still in the frame. But at the moment it seems like Gareth wants to promote younger players, and you can understand that, he’s been successful, had a great World Cup.“If Ryan plays well – like any other player – you would expect him to still be in the thinking of the national team manager.“He’s not closed the door on it himself, he just has to play well for us.” Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Mark Hughes has backed Ryan Bertrand to prove his quality against former club Chelsea as he attempts to force his way back into England contention.Southampton defender Bertrand, who was left out of his country’s World Cup squad in the summer, was once again overlooked by national team boss Gareth Southgate for the forthcoming Nations League games against Croatia and Spain.The 29-year-old faces a stern test at club level ahead of the international break with Maurizio Sarri’s unbeaten Blues due at St Mary’s on Sunday.AdChoices广告Bertrand spent a decade at Stamford Bridge, lifting the Champions League trophy in 2012, before being allowed to move to the south coast two years later.He is expected to overcome a minor injury to play against the in-form west London club and Saints manager Hughes has urged him to relish the challenge.“At the moment it doesn’t seem like he’s too close to position in the England squad so he will just keep working hard and hopefully his performances will do the talking for him,” said Hughes.“It’s about testing yourself against the best that’s out there and Chelsea come within that area.“He’s going to be up against quality players who will test him, like they will test every area of our game.“He’s a good player, he’s got a history with Chelsea as well, he’s won the Champions League with them.“It’s always that way when you face an old club of yours, you always have that little extra incentive to do well, to prove to people that you are still around and I’m sure Ryan will take that opportunity.”Left-back Bertrand won the most recent of his 19 international caps in November last year.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Imageslast_img read more