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Runway Arrangements Similar to Letter "N"

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I have an odd endeavor and I'm looking for an airport chart with the runways (or part of them) that look a bit like the letter N.  This is more artistic than anything else, so I can crop/zoom/rotate to get this appearance.  I've run through my list with a few marginal options, but this only was about 8-10 major hubs in the USA that I could produce off my memory.  Would anyone be able to think of an airport with a runway layout like this?  Thanks for any help.

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Fort Lauderdale prior to construction, but that's more of a backwards Z. I think Miami might have that arrangement as well, but again, that's more of a backwards Z.

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Montreal, Canada -CYUL

 

Heraklion, Greece -LGIR

 

Toronto City, Canada -CYTZ

 

Hamilton, Canada -CYHM

 

Burlington, Canada -CZBA (where I got my PPL :lol: )

 

Dublin, Ireland -EIDW

 

Lisbon, Portugal (sort of) -LPPT

 

Hope this helps, Im sure I can think of more but I'm on cell phone at the moment!  :lol: 

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Fort Lauderdale prior to construction, but that's more of a backwards Z. I think Miami might have that arrangement as well, but again, that's more of a backwards Z.

Yep, both Fort Lauderdale and Miami, and the Opa Locka airport between the two, have the same backwards z layout.   I wonder why, is it a Florida state specific thing?

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Montreal, Canada -CYUL

 

Heraklion, Greece -LGIR

 

Toronto City, Canada -CYTZ

 

Hamilton, Canada -CYHM

 

Burlington, Canada -CZBA (where I got my PPL :lol: )

 

Dublin, Ireland -EIDW

 

Lisbon, Portugal (sort of) -LPPT

 

Hope this helps, Im sure I can think of more but I'm on cell phone at the moment!  :lol: 

 

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Yep, both Fort Lauderdale and Miami, and the Opa Locka airport between the two, have the same backwards z layout.   I wonder why, is it a Florida state specific thing?

 

Don't forget Kendall-Tamiami Executive (KTMB), also in the Miami, Florida area.

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Am I thinking you are looking for a layout of 3 runways?

 

Barcelona El Prat has two parallel runways (07-25) and a crossing runway (02-20?)

 

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