So recently Allegiant Air announced they will be flying the new to them 757 between SMX-HNL beginning in Nov.http://ir.allegiantair.com/releasedetai ... eID=673405
Looking at charts, I was curious if it would be easy to predict the routing. Why? Because I am curious if they will be heading north which would take them over my neighborhood (near Oceano Airport), fingers crossed.http://skyvector.com/?ll=34.49054076512 ... 444&zoom=3
So typically runway 30 is in use, so departing to the NW, would they go up to MQO then out to AUDIA? That is opposite direction of the preferred direction.
The BUELT ONE, takes them SE to RZS, then they can go out to DINTY.http://flightaware.com/resources/airpor ... LT+ONE/pdf
So, can you fly the opposite direction as the preferred single direction route, or would they still take off 30, fly the left turning BUELT ONE Dep, to RZS, make the hard right and then out over the Pacific? The take off mins. posted can get you to MQO.
Take off mins:
SANTA MARIA, CA
SANTA MARIA PUB/CAPT G ALLAN HANCOCK FLD (SMX)
AMDT 6 12124 (FAA)
TAKE-OFF MINIMUMS: Rwy 20, NA-obstacles.Rwy 12, 400-2¼ w/min. climb of 287' per NM to 1500 or std. w/min. climb of 388' per NM to 1200.
DEPARTURE PROCEDURE: Rwy 2, climbing left turn; Rwy 12, climbing left turn (do not exceed 230 KIAS until established northwestbound to GLJ VOR). Rwy 30, climb
heading 294°. All aircraft: climb direct GLJ VOR, then continue climb to airway MEA via GLJ R-300 to intercept MQO R-137 to MQO VORTAC. Cross MQO VORTAC at or above MEA/MCA for assigned route of flight.
Thanks for any insight.