Advanced research finds that vortices sometimes ``bounce'' near runway thresholds.
Our company's Gulfstream IV departed Teterboro on a routine night trip to Fort Myers with two passengers and a crew of three. The trip was CAVU with smooth air. At approximately FL 250 south of Sarasota on the SID, Miami Center advised us we might see traffic crossing from right to left, 757 traffic en route to Miami. We spotted the 757 cross so far ahead, we did not bother to acknowledge visual contact. ``Suddenly at about 15,000 feet and 300 knots, we hit what I thought was another ...
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