Federal Aviation Administration. WELCOME Runway Condition Determination, Reporting, and Report Dissemination Workshop. Presentation to: Aviation Industry By: Mr. Jerry Ostronic, AFS-220 Date: August 7-8, 2006. Workshop Focus.
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Presentation to: Aviation Industry
By: Mr. Jerry Ostronic, AFS-220
Date: August 7-8, 2006
10:15 Current Airport Runway Condition Determination and Reporting Guidance
Mr. Rick Marinelli
Airports Engineering Division Manager
11:45 Current Runway Condition Information Dissemination Guidance
Mr. Ben Grimms
FAA Air Traffic Service Terminal
12:30 Lunch Break
13:30 Runway Friction Measurement Presentation
Mr. Thomas Yager
NASA Chief Runway Friction Researcher
14:30 Work Groups Identification, Mission Statement
Mr. Jerry Ostronic
14:45 Break and Room Set Up for Work Groups
15:15 Work Groups Break Out Meetings
17:00 End Day One
08:30 Work Groups Break Out Meetings
10:30 Break and Room Set Up
11:00 Work Groups Presentations, Audience Participation Discussions, Next Steps Determinations
13:30 Work Groups Presentations, Audience
Participation Discussions, Next Steps Determinations (Continued)
15:00 Closing Remarks
Mr. Jerry Ostronic
Mission Statement- Develop common definitions for pilot braking reports of Good/ Fair (Medium)/Poor/Nil. Develop common guidelines for flightcrew assessment of braking action conditions (how to take and report).
Mission Statement- Standardize runway condition reports provided by airport operators. Determine what type reports are most useable by aircraft operators under various runway contaminate conditions.
Mission Statement- Develop a plan to use current and future technologies and programs to better determine an aircrafts expected stopping capabilities. Explore what information might be available through Flight Operation Quality Assurance (FOQA) programs, Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP), and timely data transmissions from onboard data recorder systems.
Mission Statement- Determine what can be accomplished to provide the most accurate and timely information to flightcrews and operators.