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The 'Aerodrome Reference Code' is a code composed of two elements which are related to the aeroplane performance characteristics and dimensions These elements are a combination of a number and a ? Candidate > qualification

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icao annex 14 1 6 1 an aerodrome reference code code number letter which selected aerodrome planning purposes shall be determined in accordance with characteristics of aeroplane which an aerodrome facility intended 1 6 2 the aerodrome reference code numbers letters shall have meanings assigned to them in table 1 1 1 6 3 the code number element 1 shall be determined from table 1 1 selecting code number corresponding to highest value of aeroplane reference field lengths of aeroplanes which runway intended 1 6 4 the code letter element 2 shall be determined from table 1 1 selecting code letter which corresponds to greatest wingspan of aeroplanes which facility intended .


The movement area of an airport adjacent terrain and buildings or the portions of them with controlled access is called ?

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The movement area of an airport adjacent terrain and buildings or portions of them with controlled access called Annex 17 security chapter 1 definitions airside the movement area of an airport adjacent terrain buildings or portions thereof access to which controlled.


The 'PAPI' shall consist of ?

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The 'papi' shall consist of A wing bar of 4 sharp transition multi lamp or paired units equally spaced. precision approach path indicator (papi) consists of four sets of lights in a line perpendicular to runway usually mounted to left side of runway these have a similar purpose to basic visual approach slope indicators but additional lights serve to show pilot how far off glide slope aircraft is when lights show white white red red aircraft on correct glide slope landing usually 3 0° three red lights (white red red red) indicate that aircraft slightly below glide slope (2 8°) while four red lights (red red red red) indicate that aircraft significantly below glide slope (3 5°) most large airports utilize this system although most airports use a papi based on a 3 0° glide slope some airports may use a glide slope as great as 5 0° in order to have proper obstruction clearance .


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The runway edge lights shall be A wing bar of 4 sharp transition multi lamp or paired units equally spaced. Blue for color of taxiway edges .


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The stopway a defined rectangular area on ground at end of take off r available prepared as a suitable area where An aircraft can be stopped in case of an abandoned take off. a stopway must be same width as runway of sufficient load bearing strength to support aircraft in event of a rejected take off clear of any non frangible obstacles.


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The white dumb bell with black perpendicular bar indicates that Taxiing need not be confined to taxiways. landing take off prohibited outside runways taxiing authorized outside taxiways.


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Declared distances 'toda' take off distance available The length of take off run available plus length of clearway available if provided. Tora (take off run available) is the length of runway declared available suitable the ground run of an aeroplane taking off toda (take off distance available) is the length of take off run available plus length of clearway if provided (a clearway an area beyond paved runway free of obstacles ) asda (acceleration stop distance available) is the length of take off run available plus length of stop way if provided lda (landing distance available) is the length of runway which declared available suitable the ground run of an aeroplane landing .


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Visual aids denoting obstacleslow intensity obstacle lights on vehicles other than those associated with emergency or security shall be The length of take off run available plus length of clearway available if provided. Icao annex 14 aerodromes volume 1 chapter 6 visual aids for denoting obstacles 6 3 25 low intensity obstacle lights displayed on vehicles associated with emergency or security shall be flashing blue those displayed on other vehicles shall be flashing yellow.


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Visual aids navigation lights a precision approach category i lighting system made of a row of lights on extended centre line of runway extending over a distance of 9 m from runway threshold a 3 m long crossbar at a distance of 3 m from runway threshold. the single two three light sources on centre line have a length of 300 m.


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Visual aids navigation markings on an aerodrome equipped with parallel runways designation number of each runway shall be supplemented as follows In case of two parallel runways the letter ' 'r' in sequence from left to right. the single two three light sources on centre line have a length of 300 m.


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Visual aids navigation runway end lights the colour of fixed unidirectional runway end lights shall be In case of two parallel runways the letter ' 'r' in sequence from left to right. runway threshold lights shall be fixed unidirectional lights showing green in direction of approach to runway runway edge lights shall be fixed lights showing variable white red displaced threshold yellow the final third of runway length runway end lights shall be fixed unidirectional lights showing red in direction of runway.


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Visual aids navigation runway threshold lights the colour of fixed unidirectional runway threshold and wing bar lights shall be In case of two parallel runways the letter ' 'r' in sequence from left to right. runway threshold lights shall be fixed unidirectional lights showing green in direction of approach to runway runway edge lights shall be fixed lights showing variable white red displaced threshold yellow the final third of runway length.


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Visual ground signals a double white cross displayed horizontally in signal area indicates that The aerodrome being used gliders that glider flights are being performed. glider flights in operation above aerodrome.


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Visual ground signals a horizontal white dumb bell with a black bar placed perpendicular to shaft across each circular portion placed in signal area indicates that Aircraft are required to land take off on runways only but other manoeuvres need not be confined to runways or taxiways. landing take off prohibited outside runways taxiing authorized outside taxiways.


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Visual ground signals a right hand arrow of conspicuous colour indicates That turns are to be made to right before landing after take off. right hand traffic circuit.


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What a 'barrette' Three or more ground lights closely spaced together to appear as a bar of lights. Icao annex 14 aerodromes volume 1 barrette three or more aeronautical ground lights closely spaced in a transverse line so that from a distance they appear as a short bar of light example the white arrows show you three or more ground lights closely spaced together to appear as a bar of lights.


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What the length of an approach lighting system of a precision approach runway cat ii Three or more ground lights closely spaced together to appear as a bar of lights. Icao annex 14 aerodromes volume 1 precision approach category ii iii lighting system location 5 3 4 22 the approach lighting system shall consist of a row of lights on extended centre line of runway extending wherever possible over a distance of 900 m from runway threshold.


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Which 'code letter' shall be chosen to identify a taxiway to be used an aircraft having a wheel base of 15 m Three or more ground lights closely spaced together to appear as a bar of lights. Code letter/ taxiway width 'a' 7 5 m 'b' 10 5 m 'c' 15 m if taxiway intended to be used aeroplanes with a wheel base less than 18 m or 18 m if taxiway intended to be used aeroplanes with a wheel base greater than 18 m ' 18 m if taxiway intended to be used aeroplanes with an outer main gear wheel span of less than 9 m 23 m if taxiway intended to be used aeroplanes with an outer main gear wheel span of greater than 9 m 'e' 23 m.


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Which of following alternatives describes complete cat 1 'calvert' type of approach light system 5 crossbars centre line with 3 2 lamp per light unit. in 1946 mr e s calvert of royal aircraft establishment farnborough was requested a uk ministry of civil aviation airfield lighting committee to investigate problem of approach lighting establish general principles involved calvert tackled problem attempting to ascertain visual mental processes which a pilot lands an aircraft he then developed a theoretical model which different lighting systems could be compared tested his theoretical results using simulation calvert's line of reasoning led him to conclusion that to provide smooth transition from instrument to visual flying without optical illusions to provide sensitive natural indications which could easily be interpreted the average pilot approach lighting pattern should consist of a centre line of light with horizontal bars of light running transversely across it at even intervals this pattern consists of two basic elements a line of lights leading to runway threshold horizontal lights to define attitude of aircraft diagrams above with horizon bars pilot can see if he on an even keel (left) or banked right wing down to turn on to centre line (right).


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Within annex to icao convention that specifies dimensions of aerodromes are codes different runways which the minimum width of a runway with runway code 4 5 crossbars centre line with 3 2 lamp per light unit. width of runways (annex 14 volume 1) 3 1 10 recommendation the width of a runway should be not less than appropriate dimension specified in following tabulation .



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