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Position 3: T/O clearance is issued here, if not practicable at position 2. Position 4: Clearance to land is issued here as practicable. Position 5: Clearance to taxi to apron is issued here. Position 6: Parking information issued here. Essential Information on Aerodrome Conditions Essential information on aerodrome conditions is information pertaining to airport surface & movement area or any facilities usually associated issued by ATC to aircraft, which are necessary to safety of aircraft operation. This may include: (a) Construction or maintenance work on or immediately adjacent to the movement area. (b) Rough or broken surfaces on a runway, on a taxiway or on apron. (c) Water, snow, slush or ice on a runway, on a taxiway or on apron. (d) Other temporary hazards, including parked aircraft and birds on the ground or in the air. (e) Failure or irregular operation of aerodrome lighting system. (f) Any other pertinent information. Control of Other than Aircraft Traffic This is done through the following: Entry to the Manoeuvring Area The movement of persons or vehicles including towed aircraft on the manoeuvring area of an aerodrome shall be controlled by the aerodrome control tower as necessary to avoid hazard to them or to aircraft landing, taxiing or taking off. Persons, including drivers of all vehicles, shall be required to obtain authorization from the aerodrome control tower before entry to the manoeuvring area. (c) UPES, Not for Reproduction/ Sale
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Notes ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ Aviation Safety & Security Management Notwithstanding such an authorization, entry to a runway or runway strip or change in the operation authorized shall be subject to a further specific authorization by the aerodrome control tower. In conditions where low visibility procedures are in operation: (a) Persons and vehicles operating on the manoeuvring area of an aerodrome shall be restricted to the essential minimum, and particular regard shall be given to the requirements to protect the ILS sensitive areas when Category II or Category III A precision instrument operations are in progress; (b) The vehicles shall remain at safe distance from taxiing aircraft. Priority on the Manoeuvring Area Emergency vehicles proceeding to the assistance of an aircraft in distress shall be afforded top priority over all other surface movement traffic. All movement of surface traffic should, to the extent practicable, be halted until it is determined that the progress of the emergency vehicles will not be impeded. Vehicles on the manoeuvring area shall be required to comply with the following rules: (a) vehicles, vehicles towing aircraft and pedestrians shall give way to aircraft which are landing, taking off or taxiing; (b) vehicles shall give way to other vehicles towing aircraft; (c) vehicles shall give way to other vehicles in accordance with ATS unit instructions; (d) notwithstanding the provisions of (a), (b) and (c), vehicles and vehicles towing aircraft shall comply with instructions issued by the aerodrome control tower.
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  • Fall '19
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