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Comment #4683769 by Brendan Dowd

Brendan Dowd Jan 21st 2016, 1:38 PM #

Everywhere is affected by magnetic variation but as was mentioned, it takes years for it to become a whole number. For example, at the moment Dublin’s busiest runway is 279 degrees so it’s designated runway 28.

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The shifting of the Earth's poles means a change at Cork Airport

The shifting of the Earth's poles means a change at Cork Airport

The poles ain’t where they used to be, apparently.

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