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24 December 2013


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ben wilhelmi

Hi Ed,

a fellow pilot told me this was due to chalk used for displaced threshold...which makes sense since the whiff only appeared for a second or 2.

the plane took off from the tarmac only.

Ed Gabriel

i think the white smoke appeared when th plane left grass and into the tarmac, js like when airplanes land, maybe theres a technical term for that? I dont know

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