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2014-07-27 20:46:27

Airport Operations
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  1. Two types of airports
    • Towered
    • Non-towered
  2. Runways with basic markings and are intended for aircraft conducting a visual approach
    Visual runways
  3. Includes markings such as guidance aircraft on non-precision instrument approaches. Includes threshold markings, runway designation, centerlines, and aiming points.
    Non-precision instrument runways
  4. Runways with threshold markings, numbers, centerlines, touchdown zones, and aiming points
    Precision runways
  5. Runway holding position (Runway hold short line)
    Double solid line
  6. Red background with white numbers
  7. Instrument landing system (ILS)
    Becomes the hold short line in low visibility
  8. Displaced threshold marking
    White chevrons
  9. Relocated threshold marking
    Yellow chevron (can't takeoff until past threshold)
  10. Blastpad/Stopway marking (overrun)
    Large, yellow chevrons
  11. Runway location sign
    Black background, yellow number, yellow border (located on runway)
  12. Black background, White number on runway
    Feet remaining in thousands of feet
  13. Solid single yellow line
    Marks the centerline of the taxiway
  14. Double yellow line (not intended for aircraft use)
    Marks the taxiway edge
  15. Dashed double yellow line
    Marks taxiway edge, differentiating the taxiway from adjoining pavement which is used by aircraft, such as a run-up area or a ramp
  16. FBO
    Fixed base operator
  17. VASI
    Visual Approach Slope Indicator - 2 over 2
  18. PAPI
    • Precision Approach Path Indicator - 1 row of 4
    • lights
  19. Identifies the type and location of an airport
    Airport beacon
  20. Civil airport beacon
    One white, One green light
  21. Military airport beacon
    Two white lights and a quick green light
  22. 2 categories of NOTAMs
    • NOTAM-D
  23. Climbing, 180 degree turn
    Closed turn
  24. Continuous 180 degree turn to final
    Base turn/Final turn
  25. Wake turbulence avoidance
    • 3 minutes behind heavy and large aircraft
    • 2 minutes behind small plus
    • 1 minute behind small helicopters or 3000' lateral spacing with small fixed-wing aircraft
  26. Right of way rules
    • Final approach to land or while landing
    • Lower altitude
  27. Taxi left
    • Left turn
    • Right ball
    • Heading decreasing on two
    • Attitude indicator check
  28. Taxi right
    • Right turn
    • Left ball
    • Heading increasing on two
    • Attitude indicator check
  29. Wingtip clearance
    25 ft (in most situations)
  30. Daytime fuel requirements
    30 minutes past final destination
  31. Nighttime fuel requirements
    45 minutes past final destination
  32. Day VFR
  33. Captain's bars on runways
    Aiming point
  34. Classes of airplanes
    • Airplane
    • Rotorcraft 
    • Glider
    • Lighter-than-air
  35. Categories of airplanes
    • Single-engine land
    • Single-engine sea
    • Multi-engine land
    • Multi-engine sea