NewChucky

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  1. I think the correct thing to do is to ask ATC for a RW9 (well, should be RW10) approach, and then circle to land. In real life, no airliners are allowed to do this (I'm not sure, though, if it's a general restriction or just individual company restrictions) - even in a light tailwind, they'd give you RW10. Heavy tailwind, and you divert. It is possible, though, to fly a traffic pattern in a heavy and land on 27/28, but it isn't easy, and it's rather dangerous.