maneuvering area


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maneuvering area

That part of an aerodrome to be used for the takeoff and landing of aircraft and for the surface movement of aircraft associated with takeoff and landing, excluding aprons. See also aircraft marshalling area.
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and paved surface made of concrete blocks for car traffic (including maneuvering area and parking spaces), pavement made of concrete blocks, access to the building, entry to the car park and maneuvering area through the newly designed public exit Eligibility Criteria : CRITERIA FOR ASSESSMENT OF OFFERS
Hotchkiss said, Airport safety programs should specifically address the subject of runway incursion prevention as it relates to the safe operations of aircraft traffic and aerodrome management as well as vehicular and pedestrian movement in the maneuvering area.
The purpose expansion is to utilize more space for check in counter and passengers maneuvering area.
No one should allow this regime to feel at ease or to feel stronger by giving them a longer maneuvering area," he said.
all these developments driven PKK, whose maneuvering area narrowed, into panic in fear of loosing control.
The exception involves the Leesburg Maneuvering Area, a notch cut out from the circular ADIZ for the Leesburg (Va.
The county was able to add one additional amenity: a concrete, rather than asphalt, vehicle maneuvering area.
The dock maneuvering area begins at the rear line of the docklevelers and extends to the front of the buffer area.
Dredging International (Australia) Pty Ltd, a member of the DEME Group, has been awarded a subcontract to dredge the approach channel, the maneuvering area and the berths for the Chevron-operated Wheatstone Project near the town of Onslow, located along the Australian north-west coast.
Swedish aerospace technology firm Saab said it has successfully completed the expansion of its surface multilateration system at Lisbon International Airport into a Wide Area Multilateration deployment for Terminal Maneuvering Area surveillance.
Those additional items included a third engine bay for future expansion of operations, a concrete (rather than asphalt) vehicle maneuvering area, an on-site fueling station, and a block wall.
NATS controllers at Edinburgh are using the WAM surveillance to provide a separation service to aircraft within their Terminal Maneuvering Area.