Apron Sample Clauses

Apron. Cooks and will be issued black cloth aprons with the Kennewick School District logo on the front. • Cloth aprons are to be worn at all times during service. • Cloth aprons must be kept clean and in good repair at all times. • All aprons must be returned upon completion of employment with the district. • Plastic aprons are for use in preparation only.
Apron. (1) Trench Coat (1) Blazer
Apron. The passenger terminal apron is designed for aircrafts up to code letter F. Cargo apron shall be designed for code letter F aircraft. Maintenance apron size shall be designed for code letter C aircraft. However, pavement strength shall be designed for future traffic with code F aircraft. An isolation bay for parking code F aircraft is located at the east end of taxiway A. The approximate dimensions are 90m x 85m, including 17.5m shoulders on three sides. Aprons shall be constructed as rigid pavements.
Apron. The aprons are rigid pavement and the layout is designed to reflect international standards. The objectives of the apron design include: • To minimise taxiing distance to / from the runway. • To provide sufficient taxi lanes to avoid delays when entering and departing the aerobridge / contact stands. • To provide airside roads and equipment parking areas to ensure that the ground handling support for aircraft is sufficient and efficient. • To ensure that operations can be conducted safely.
Apron. The dimension of the concrete apron is 611m x181.5m. This apron can accommodate 13 code C aircraft or 7 Code D / E aircraft. Isolation bay will be designed for B-747 and constructed in the first phase. The pavement type is rigid. The PCN is 80 and the design life is 30 years. The width of the apron service road shall be 10m. The longitudinal and transverse profile, slope changes, sight distance, distance between slope changes, pavement markings, signage and surface accuracy shall be in accordance with the Standards and Recommended Practices stipulated in ICAO Annex 14.
Apron. The paved portion of the AOA around the outside perimeter of abuilding or facility to a width of 15 feet.

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