I'll assume that you're asking, what are tailwinds? They are winds which are going the same direction that you are. They aide in your travel, usually help increase speed and affect the way an aircraft would handle.
height tailwinds or headwinds.
Jet Airways' parent company is Tailwinds Limited.
An average flight from Perth to Singapore is 6 hours. It was the first time I went. Second time, it was only 4 and a half hours both ways, because we had tailwinds. It depends on head and tailwinds, as I said before.
Tailwinds and less traffic than anticipated
Aileron down on the side from which the wind is blowing
The flight is about 12 hours long (this is 30 minutes less than the reverse flight Los Angeles to Beijing, because of prevailing westerly tailwinds).
The flight time from LAX to Berlin-Tegel is about 10.5 hours, give or take, depending on how good the tailwinds are. In the LAX-bound direction, it's 1.5-2 hours longer.
Depending on wind patterns, a pilot may be instructed to go either east or west. An airline tends to choose the path with the least dangerous weather, and with favorable tailwinds.
Because the higher the altitude, the thinner the air, so the less work is needed by the engines. Sometimes there is also strong tailwinds which will speed it up. Also, this burns less fuel.
The average flight time is 4 hours, 58 minutes. This is only an approximation and flight times are likely to vary. Your airline will provide you with a flight time when you book a flight. Also it would depend on weather, winds [headwinds or tailwinds]
The time to travel 2700 miles depends on the type of plane. Jet liners typically travel about 500-600 miles per hour, not counting tailwinds. Smaller, single engine planes, usually travel only slightly faster than highway speed.
Dallas is about 720 miles from Atlanta in a straight line, or about 780 miles by road. An example of the nonstop flight times: Atlanta to Dallas = 1 hour 30 minutes (time zone earlier, headwinds at altitude) Dallas to Atlanta = 3 hours (time zone later, but tailwinds at altitude) One estimate of the driving time is 11 hours.
You must be much more specific. A Boeing 737 burns differing amounts of fuel depending on where it is and what it's doing. Atmospheric conditions affect fuel consumption greatly, such as air temperature and density, headwinds or tailwinds. Other factors include how heavily the aircraft is loaded with fuel, people and cargo and exactly how efficiently the pilots are flying the aircraft.
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 2 words with the pattern TAI---N--. That is, nine letter words with 1st letter T and 2nd letter A and 3rd letter I and 7th letter N. In alphabetical order, they are: tailbones tailwinds
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 8 words with the pattern --I---ND-. That is, nine letter words with 3rd letter I and 7th letter N and 8th letter D. In alphabetical order, they are: bailbonds glissandi glissando hairbands mainlands rainbands reinfunds tailwinds
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 1 words with the pattern ---LWI--S. That is, nine letter words with 4th letter L and 5th letter W and 6th letter I and 9th letter S. In alphabetical order, they are: tailwinds
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 1 words with the pattern -A-LW--D-. That is, nine letter words with 2nd letter A and 4th letter L and 5th letter W and 8th letter D. In alphabetical order, they are: tailwinds
The answer to this is actually fairly complex--it depends on factors like how high the plane is flying and how strong the winds are up there. But the short, simplified answer is that jet airliners, when at cruise altitude, are flying at about 550 mph over the ground. In reality, this varies greatly because of head or tailwinds caused by jet streams in the atmosphere. Westbount flights often fight headwinds while eastbound flights typically get "following winds".
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 10 words with the pattern TA-----D-. That is, nine letter words with 1st letter T and 2nd letter A and 8th letter D. In alphabetical order, they are: tachinids taekwondo tagboards tailskids tailslide tailwinds taligrade tamarinds tamponade tarsipeds
Not necessarily parallel paths but they usually fly in 'corridors' that offer good weather features like tailwinds (which saves on fuel !) They can more or less fly whatever route they want - so long as they stay away from military airspace zones. Also unless they're on approach to an airstrip, they must maintain a separation distance of five miles horizontally, and five hundred feet vertically.
The flight from LAX Los Angeles, USA to Auckland International Airport, New Zealand usually takes 13 hours. The flight in the other direction takes about 12 hours because of tailwinds. Ten and one half hours, give or take a few minutes 10.5 Hours Los Angeles, CA (LAX) to Auckland (AKL)Shortest Flight Duration 12 hours 40 mins == ==
An average commercial airplane has a cruising speed of about 575 mph (Boeing 757). Headwinds/tailwinds can affect this speed by up to about 100 mph. At cruising speed, an airplane will take around 1.5 - 2 hours to fly 1000 miles. A helicopter has a maximum speed of around 100mph and would take 10 hrs to fly 1000 miles however would not be able to carry the fuel load for a single 1000mile trip.
Flamingos don't normally migrate unless there are changes in their habitat conditions, for example, those living near high altitude lakes and in northern climates. Other reasons flamingos to migrate would be a rise in the water of their habitat or a drought. Migrating birds will leave when the water begins to freeze or like the flamingos studied in France that begin leaving in September. Flamingos prefer to migrate at night when there are good tailwinds and a clear sky. When they travel in daylight, they fly at high altitudes to avoid predator birds. For more information, see the link below.
As i travel 4-5 times a year from Manchester to Naples to see my Family I can tell you it takes around 2hrs 45mins although this changes depending on the Aircraft, Tailwinds, Traffic.. etc.. Never had any traffic problems in Naples.....Very easy Airport...usually i take 2hrs 45 mind although sometimes the route is changed due to weather and it can take 3hrs..all in all shortest time iv ever done it in was 2hrs 30mins longest being 3hrs so hope i have helped..... Have a nice flight !