I am reminded of a childhood riddle:The conditions for the test are ideal when there is reasonable amount of rain and light winds. Wellington's grooved runway assists the surface water to flow off and improve friction for wheel braking. Wellington's wind in most cases assists aircraft by providing extra resistance on landing and assistance with lift on take-off.
Ideally there is limited wind when the testing is being undertaken.
Aviator 1 wrote:If your traveling 19 hours you have to fly this way https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7NJ6Gek9v4
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