Landing and take-off
14.—(1) A flying machine, glider or airship shall take off and land in the direction indicated by the ground signals or, if no such signals are displayed, into the wind, unless good aviation practice demands otherwise.
(2) Subject to paragraph (5), a flying machine or glider shall not land on a runway at an aerodrome if there are other aircraft on the runway.
(3) If take-offs and landings are not confined to a runway—
(a)when landing a flying machine or glider shall leave clear on its left any aircraft which has landed, is already landing or is about to take off;
(b)a flying machine or glider which is about to turn shall turn to the left after the commander of the aircraft has satisfied himself that such action will not interfere with other traffic movements; and
(c)a flying machine which is about to take off shall take up position and manoeuvre in such a way as to leave clear on its left any aircraft which has already taken off or is about to take off.
(4) Subject to paragraph (5) a flying machine shall move clear of the landing area as soon as it is possible to do so after landing.
(5) Paragraphs (2) and (4) shall not apply if the air traffic control unit at the aerodrome otherwise authorises the flying machine or glider.