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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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As one of the busiest general aviation airports in the country, along with a healthy annual snowfall, the need for real-time data in real-time, particularly when vehicles are operating in the movement area, not only provides an added level of safety, but also improves efficiency.
Exelis will provide vehicle movement area transponders for airport ground vehicle surveillance, and SymphonyMobileVue for displaying aircraft and ground vehicle tracking data on portable devices such as smartphones and tablets.
Currently the airport's fire service, certified for Category 7 (up to Boeing 757-200) and CAT8 by appointment, employs 46 personnel operating four watches on 24-hour coverage--the objective being a response time not exceeding three minutes to any point on the operational runway and movement area in optimum visibility and surface conditions, and commensurately anywhere within the 1,878-acre (760-ha) airport site.
We have an opt-out from the Schengen free movement area on border controls.
France is not pitted against Bulgaria's entry into the Schengen free movement area, stated new French ambassador to Sofia Xavier Lapeyre de Cabanes.
9 million associated with the unplanned removal of ice and waste from the high movement area at Kumtor.
The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has certified the ITT Exelis (NYSE: XLS) vehicle movement area transmitter (V-MAT) device as fully compliant with its standards.
1993) includes all kinds of different activities depending on the movement area and utility.
We also know that this Palembang-Pekan Baru area is also his lines of movement area,'' Wirajuda said.
Then we'll reroute the entire 3-inch line away from this land movement area.
The new warning system, called the Airport Movement Area Safety System, or AMASS, gives air-traffic controllers in the LAX control tower a warning whenever it senses that something on the ground is about to get into the way of an aircraft landing or taking off, Snyder explained.
Using a number of data sources, DMAN allocates to each flight a recommended push back time and associated movement area transition spot time to coordinate the introduction of flights to the movement area controlled by the FAA.