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Airport Operations Representative. Module 3 Airfield Orientation. Definitions/Acronyms. AOA (Air Operations Area)- An area of the Airport used for landing, takeoff or surface maneuvering of aircraft AOM ( Airport Operations Manager ) AAOM ( Assistant Airport Operations Mgr )

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airport operations representative

Airport Operations Representative

Module 3

Airfield Orientation

definitions acronyms
Definitions/Acronyms
  • AOA (Air Operations Area)-An area of the Airport used for landing, takeoff or surface maneuvering of aircraft
  • AOM (Airport Operations Manager)
  • AAOM (Assistant Airport Operations Mgr)
  • ARFF (Aircraft Rescue & Firefighting)
  • ATCT (Air Traffic Control Tower)
  • Movement Area-The runways, taxiways and other areas of the airport which are used for taxiing, takeoff and landing of aircraft, exclusive of loading ramps and aircraft parking areas
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NAVAID-(Navigational Aid) eg. VOR, ILS
  • NOTAM-(Notice To Airmen)
  • Part 139 Inspection-Aninspection of the airfield that complies with FAR Part 139, part 139.327
  • Safety Area-A designated area abutting the edges of a runway or taxiway, intended to reduce the risk of damage to an aircraft inadvertently leaving the runway or taxiway
taxiways
TAXIWAYS
  • Phonetic Alphabet used when identifying taxiways to avoid radio confusion eg.
    • A= Alpha
    • B= Bravo
    • C= Charlie
    • F= Foxtrot
    • M= Mike
    • L= Lima
    • D= Delta, etc, etc.
taxiway markings
TAXIWAY MARKINGS
  • Painted markings:
    • Center and Edge Markings =YELLOW
    • SMGCS Taxiways = Yellow centerlines with Black edging
taxiway lighting
TAXIWAY LIGHTING
  • Taxiway Edge Lights = BLUE
  • Taxiway Centerline Lights = GREEN
taxiway signage
TAXIWAY SIGNAGE
  • Black signage with Yellow letters denotes the taxiway you are on
    • “Yellow on Black is where you’re at”

Yellow signage with Black letters denotes the taxiway you are approaching

runway numbering
RUNWAY NUMBERING
  • Runway numbering system based on compass headings (360=North)
  • A Runway running north with a heading of 340 would be Runway 34
    • The opposite end would be the 180 degree reciprocal or Runway 16 (340-180=160 or “16”
  • Runways have two ends. In aviation language the smaller number is always stated first eg. RWY 8/26
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RUNWAY NUMBERING
  • If runway heading is < than 180, then add 180 to obtain reciprocal runway eg. Runway 07 (70 + 180=250 or Runway 25)
  • If runway heading is > than 180, then subtract 180 to obtain reciprocal runway eg. Runway 25 (250 - 180= 070 or Runway 07)
runway markings
RUNWAY MARKINGS
  • Edge Lines---WHITE
  • Centerline---WHITE
  • Letters & numerals---WHITE, outlined in BLACK
runway lighting
RUNWAY LIGHTING
  • Edge Lights—WHITE
  • Centerline Lights---WHITEexcept for last 3000 feet, then alternating Red & Yellow to last 1000 feet, then all Red

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holdbars
HOLDBARS
  • Delineate boundary between Movement Area and Non-Movement Area
  • Solid YELLOW line and
  • Dashed YELLOW line
  • Outlined in BLACK
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HOLDBARS
  • Also used to protect Runway Safety Areas
  • Denotes you are approaching a runway
  • “HOLD SHORT” lines
  • Double YELLOW Solid lines
  • Double YELLOW Dashed lines
  • Outlined in BLACK
runway environment
RUNWAY ENVIRONMENT
  • Four (4) indications that a Taxiway ends and a Runway begins:

Full Hold Bars-

Runway Sign-

Runway Guard Lights-

Stop Bar-

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vehicle service roads vsr s
VEHICLESERVICE ROADS (VSR’S)
  • Utilized extensively by Airport & Airline personnel
  • Primary north/south VSR’s:
    • Oak Hill Street
      • Primary VSR on west side
      • During SMGCS guards posted at intxn ZULU Twy
    • VanDriver Street
      • Primary VSR on east side
      • Runs from 74th avenue to 99th avenue
      • During SMGCS guards posted at intxn ZULU Twy
  • VSR’s also run east/west alongside each concourse
    • Baggage Service lanes connect each concourse
    • Transfer of bags to connecting flights between airlines