Magnetic Pole Shift Forces Runway Rename

Tampa International Airport has had to rename one its runways, due to a natural shift in the position of the Earth’s magnetic north pole. The change is a result of movement deep within the Earth’s core, and it affects the runways because each runway is named according to their angle in relation to

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magnetic axis. This is because the pilots use a compass to ensure that they are properly aligned with the runway. The entire airport will be closing until the 13th of January so that all of the signs can be changed. However, it might not be the last time a change is needed, considering the fact that magnetic north is constantly shifting. At the moment, it is moving towards Russia at a rate of 40 miles per year.

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