Operating direction forecast for airports in the United States of America

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Aircraft always land and take off into the wind. Therefore, the takeoff and landing direction depends on the current wind direction.

The forecast shows the departure direction for planes for the next five days. To do so, click on the airport of your choice.

Atlanta - ATL

Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport
IATA: ATL - IACO: KATL

Chicago - ORD

Chicago O’Hare International Airport
IATA: ORD - IACO: KORD

Dallas - DFW

Fort Worth International Airport
IATA: DFW - IACO: KDFW

Los Angeles - LAX

Los Angeles International Airport
IATA: LAX - IACO: KLAX

New York - JFK

John F. Kennedy International Airport
IATA: JFK - IACO: KJFK

San Francisco - SFO

San Francisco International Airport
IATA: SFO - IACO: KSFO



You would like to know whether there will be aircraft noise from takeoffs or landings at your place of residence on a certain day? The higher the display points in the direction of 100 (takeoff direction east) or -100 (takeoff direction west), the higher the probability that the aircraft will take off in the corresponding direction (Landing direction or approach direction reversed accordingly).

The forecasts are updated hourly.

The forecast for the takeoff and landing direction can also be used very well for planespotting.

All information without guarantee.

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