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APPENDIX B
This figure is used for determining f(x,y) for:
A. Pattern side to the right of the direction of flight
B. Pattern side to the left of the direction of flight
Large Military Aircraft Takeoff - Table B-6
Large Military Aircraft Takeoff - Table B-7
Large Military Aircraft Landing - Table B-8
Large Military Aircraft Landing - Table B-9
Small Military Aircraft Takeoff - Table B-10
Small Military Aircraft Takeoff - Table B-11
Small Military Aircraft Landing - Table B-12
Small Military Aircraft Landing - Table B-13
Direction of Flight
+y
+y
Origin
+x
Origin
+x
Pattern side is indicated by
FIGURE B-2. Coordinate convention and effect of pattern side, for use with
crash location probability tables for military aviation
B.3.3 Crash Location Probabilities for Near-airport Operations. Tables B-2 through B-13
provide crash location probabilities for near-airport operations. Each entry in the tables
represents the conditional probability that, given an aircraft crash, the aircraft will crash
in the one-mile-square area defined by the 1-mile x direction and 1-mile y direction
intervals in the horizontal and vertical headings of the table. Tables B-2 and B-3 are for
commercial aviation and are relevant to both air carriers and air taxis.
Tables B-4 and B-5 are for general aviation and are applicable to all fixed wing general
aviation aircraft. Separate tables are provided for large and small military aircraft and
for the pattern side to the right and to the left of the runway. Tables B-6 and B-8 are
B-7


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