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  1. ATB3-1

  2. OBJECTIVES • On an End-of-Lesson Test, and in accordance with the Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM), you will identify airport: • 1. Lighting. • 2. Markings. ATB3-2

  3. AIRPORT ATB3-3

  4. AIRPORT BEACONS Type of Airport Colors Lighted land airportFlashing white andgreen Lighted water airportFlashing white andyellow Lighted heliportFlashing white, yellow, andgreen Military airportTwoquick white flashesfollowedbyagreenflash ATB3-4

  5. RUNWAY END IDENTIFIER LIGHTS (REIL) RUNWAY END IDENTIFIER LIGHTS (REIL) (WHITE) ATB3-5

  6. Red RUNWAY EDGE LIGHT SYSTEM White Amber Amber White Green Red Approach White/ Amber White Amber/ White ATB3-6

  7. IN-RUNWAY LIGHTING Touchdown Zone Lighting (TDZL) Runway Centerline Lighting (RCL) Approach White Alternating Red and White Red Red Red ATB3-7

  8. RESPONSE ITEM • An airport identified by flashing white and yellow rotating beacon is • A. lighted land. • B. lighted water. • C. military. B. lighted water. ATB3-8

  9. TAXIWAY LIGHTS Yellow clearance bar lights Red stop bar lights Blue edge lights Green centerline lights ATB3-9

  10. 1. Type: Runway End Identifier Lights (REIL) Color(s): White Flashing 7. Type: Runway Edge Lights Color(s): White/Amber split 2. Type: Touchdown Zone Lighting (TDZL) Color(s): White 8. Type: Runway Threshold Lights Color(s): Red/Green 6. Type: Clearance Bar Lights Color(s): Yellow 3. Type: Runway Centerline Lighting (RCLS) Color(s): White until the last 3,000 feet of runway, then white alternating with red until next 2,000 feet, then all red last 1,000 feet. 4. Type: Taxiway Centerline Lights Color(s): Green 5. Type: Taxiway Edge Lights Color(s): Blue INSTRUMENT RUNWAY APPROACH ATB3-10

  11. PAVEMENT MARKINGS Airport Area Color Runways and landing areas (including White heliports) Hospital heliports Red “H” on a white cross Taxiways, closed and hazardous areas, Yellow and holding positions ATB3-11

  12. N RUNWAY NUMBERING Heading 160 Heading 100 Heading 280 Heading 340 ATB3-12

  13. RUNWAYS 18 R 18 C 18 L Runway Centerline 36 L 36 C 36 R ATB3-13

  14. RUNWAY MARKINGS 1000’ 500’ 500’ THRESHOLD MARKINGS AIMING POINT MARKINGS ATB3-14

  15. RUNWAY MARKINGS THRESHOLD 1,000’ AIMING POINT MARKING DESIGNATION MARKINGS TOUCHDOWN ZONE MARKING CENTERLINE 500’ 500’ 500’ ATB3-15

  16. RUNWAY SIDE STRIPES AND SHOULDER MARKINGS SHOULDER MARKINGS 45° 45° RUNWAY SIDE STRIPES 45° 45° SHOULDER MARKINGS RUNWAY SIDES MIDPOINT OF RUNWAY ATB3-16

  17. DISPLACED THRESHOLD NONLANDING PORTION WHITE ARROWS WHITE ARROWHEADS THRESHOLD BAR ATB3-17

  18. RELOCATED THRESHOLD NONLANDING PORTION YELLOW TAXIWAY CENTERLINE MARKINGS YELLOW ARROWHEADS THRESHOLD BAR ATB3-18

  19. QUESTION • How would you number a runway with a magnetic heading of 094°? ANSWER 9 ATB3-19

  20. QUESTION • How would you number a runway with a magnetic heading of 004°? ANSWER 36 ATB3-20

  21. RESPONSE ITEM What runway marking consists of eight longitudinal white stripes of uniform dimensions arranged symmetrically on either side of the runway centerline? A. Threshold B. Displaced threshold C. Relocated threshold A. Threshold ATB3-21

  22. DEMARCATION BAR DEMARCATION BAR ATB3-22

  23. BLAST PADS AND STOPWAYS UNUSABLE AREA YELLOW CHEVRONS ATB3-23

  24. CLOSED RUNWAY AND TAXIWAY PERMANENTLY CLOSED 1,000-FOOT INTERVALS THRESHOLD, RUNWAY DESIGNATION, AND TOUCHDOWN ZONE MARKING OBLITERATED YELLOW CROSSES TEMPORARILY CLOSED YELLOW CROSSES AT ENDS ONLY ATB3-24

  25. RESPONSE ITEM An unusable portion of runway which appears usable and is marked with large yellow chevrons identifies a A. blast pad. B. closed runway. C. displaced threshold. A. blast pad. ATB3-25

  26. TAXIWAY MARKINGS CONTINUOUS EDGE MARKINGS CENTERLINE MARKING DASHED EDGE MARKINGS ATB3-26

  27. TAXIWAY MARKINGS TAXIWAY “A” TAXIWAY LOCATION SIGN TAXIWAY DIRECTION SIGN TAXIWAY “B” ATB3-27

  28. TAXIWAY MARKINGS RUNWAY PAVEMENT EDGE GEOGRAPHIC POSITION MARKING TAXIWAY EDGE MARKINGS YELLOW SHOULDER MARKINGS TAXIWAY CENTERLINE ATB3-28

  29. HELICOPTER LANDING AREAS Recommended Marking for Closed Heliports Recommended Marking for Civil Heliports Recommended Marking for Hospital Heliports ATB3-29

  30. RESPONSE ITEM The centerline of a taxiway is marked with a ______ line. A. dashed yellow B. continuous yellow C. continuous white B. continuous yellow ATB3-30

  31. RESPONSE ITEM An “H” inside a large cross is the recommended marking for a ______ heliport. A. hospital B. civil C. military A. hospital ATB3-31