Table of Contents
- 1 Who has the authority to revoke airfield driving privileges?
- 2 What is speed limit for vehicles operating in aircraft parking ramp apron areas when aircraft are present?
- 3 What AFI establishes procedures to be used for airfield driving at Barksdale AFB?
- 4 Which of the following vehicles are required to be chocked when parked on the airfield?
- 5 When you park a vehicle near an aircraft you should?
- 6 What is the lateral clearance distance from the runway centerline?
- 7 What is the purpose of the runway safety area?
- 8 What is the FAA rule for multiple runway crossings?
1.1. 3. Unit commanders, Airfield Driving Program Managers (ADPM), Airfield Management (AM) and Security Forces (SF) personnel have the authority to revoke airfield driving privileges.
What is speed limit for vehicles operating in aircraft parking ramp apron areas when aircraft are present?
15 miles per hour
Must be equipped with an operable two-way radio in communication with the ATCT, or escorted by an Airfield Operations vehicle. Exceed 15 miles per hour on parking aprons. Exceed 5 miles per hour within 50 feet of an aircraft. Ride on the running board or stand up in the body of a moving vehicle.
Are the portion of the airfield where aircraft or helicopters are parked before after or between flights and for servicing and maintenance?
|What are the color of the runway markings and runway hold lines||White runway markings and yellow runway hold lines|
|____ are the portion of the airfield where aircraft or helicopters are parked before or between flights, and for servicing and maintenance||Aprons|
WHO must enable my ADTP refresher test?
Vehicles without an integral braking system. . Who must enable my ADTP refresher test? All vehicle drivers who operate on the parking ramp/apron and taxiways will give way to Taxiing Aircraft.
What AFI establishes procedures to be used for airfield driving at Barksdale AFB?
AIR FORCE – AFI 13-213 – AIRFIELD DRIVING | Engineering360.
Which of the following vehicles are required to be chocked when parked on the airfield?
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|Prior to driving on the Flightline drivers must||Complete local flightline driver’s training and possess proper doc. autorizeing flightline driving|
|Which of the following vehicles are required to be chocked when parked on the flightline||Vehicles without an integral braking system|
Do you need permission from ATC to enter into the non movement area?
As an operator of a vehicle, you must have authorization from ATC before you enter any part of the airport movement area. When the tower is in operation, you must utilize a two-way radio for communicating with and receiving instructions from air traffic control.
How does an approach controller receive information about aircraft?
The aerodrome controller may also be known as the airfield controller or the local controller. Since most of these aircraft are out of sight of the airfield, the approach controller does not need a window to the world outside. Instead, obtains information from RT, landline communications, and radar displays.
When you park a vehicle near an aircraft you should?
Vehicles shall not be parked or driven less than 25 feet in front or 200 feet behind aircraft with running engines, unless prescribed in applicable aircraft handbooks. Vehicles parked next to aircraft shall be clear of wingtips and clearly visible to personnel in cockpit.
What is the lateral clearance distance from the runway centerline?
(iii) For runways of 75 feet (22.9 m) in width, the lateral spacing between the inner sides of the rectangular bars centered on the runway centerline is 36 feet (11.0 m).
What must be done when ground support equipment is no longer being used on the aircraft parking apron?
What is the speed limit for a designated traffic lane within 200ft of a designated aircraft parking area? What must be done when ground support equipment is no longer being used on the aircraft parking apron? Must be stored in areas that do not violate lateral clearance requirements.
What is the correct phraseology when requesting onto the runway from taxiway Alpha?
Runway Hold Short Phraseology Example Driver: Tower, vehicle one at taxiway alpha would like to cross runway three-two at taxiway alpha and proceed to the Compass Rose. Controllers: Vehicle one, Tower, proceed via alpha, hold short of runway three-two.
What is the purpose of the runway safety area?
Much like the shoulder area on a highway, the runway safety area is intended for use by aircraft in emergency situations, i.e., landing short of, veering off of, or overshooting the runway, and always should be free of vehicles, equipment and pedestrians any time aircraft are taxiing, taking off or landing.
What is the FAA rule for multiple runway crossings?
“Cross Runway One-Six Left and Runway One-Six Right at Taxiway Bravo.” FAA Order JO 7210.3, Para 10-3-11 Multiple Runway Crossings. When an aircraft/vehicle is instructed to “follow” traffic and requires a runway crossing, issue a runway crossing clearance in addition to the follow instructions and/or hold short instructions, as applicable.
How to hold a taxiing aircraft or vehicle clear of the runway?
Hold a taxiing aircraft or vehicle clear of the runway as follows: 1 Instruct aircraft or vehicle to hold short of a specific runway. 2 Instruct aircraft or vehicle to hold at a specified point. 3 Issue traffic information as necessary.
What are the FAA instructions for positive control on a runway?
Instructions must ensure positive control with specific instructions to proceed on a runway or movement area, and as necessary, hold short instructions. FAA Order JO 7110.65, Para 3-1-3, Use of Active Runways. FAA Order JO 7110.65, Para 3-7-2, Taxi and Ground Movement Operations.