Explaining Teterboro’s ‘Non-Circling, Circling Approach’

Credit: James Albright/BCA
Editor’s note: On May 15, 2017, a Learjet 35A crashed on approach to Teterboro Airport in New Jersey, killing both pilots, the only persons aboard. Winds at the time were reported as 320 at 16 kt. gusting to 32 and the aircraft had been cleared for the ILS Runway 6, circle to land Runway 1. While...

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