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Author: Okay   Date: 4/3/2021 9:27:16 AM  +0/-0   Show Orig. Msg (this window) Or  In New Window

"1/4 statute mile or Touchdown-Zone RVR 1200 may be used, if either HIRL [High Intensity Runway Lights], CL [Centerline Lights], RCLM [Runway Centerline Markings], or adequate visual reference to continuously identify the takeoff surface of the runway and maintain Page 10 of 13 NYC99FA140 directional control throughout the take-off run is available."


"Carroll airport Jackson Kentucky. automated weather observation, zero one five four zulu, visibility less than one quarter, fog, sky condition overcast two hundred, temperature one eight Celsius, dewpoint one eight Celsius, altimeter three zero zero six, remarks density altitude one thousand niner hundred"


A certified weather observer at the National Weather Service facility at JKL observed the takeoff and reported: "When they rolled onto the runway I walked out to watch them takeoff. At the runway/taxiway intersection, they turned left for runway 19 and pulled up into a hover about 20 feet above the runway. They then proceeded down runway 19. I lost them in the fog about halfway between the taxi/runway intersection and the end of the runway. As a certified weather observer I concur with the ASOS visibility of [less than] <1/4 mile. I estimate that the visibility was about 1/8 of a mile or slightly more"





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