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RUNWAY. The area on the airport prepared for the landing and takeoff of aircraft.
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RUNWAY. The Parties agree that the Airport’s runway shall have an operational runway length of 3,500 feet. The 3,500 foot distance shall not include the runway safety areas that shall be constructed and maintained at both runway ends. The runway safety area may include an engineered materials arrestor system (EMAS) at the City’s option. The Parties further agree that the Airport shall accomodate aircraft operations that can safely take off and land on a runway of the agreed-on length. Prior to the initiation of shortening the runway, the City shall comply with the 30 day notice provisions of 14 C.F.R. Part 157.5(b)(2).
RUNWAY. A single runway is proposed for the Initial Phase. The runway is designed for wide bodied aircrafts. The runway in phase 1A is located in the southern section of the Site. The characteristics of the runway specification are summarized below: • Runway length 4260m • Runway width 45m • Width of runway plus paved shoulders 60m • Pavement type Flexible • Runway strip width 300m • Runway orientation 09/27 • Usability factor >95% • Turning circle at 09 and 27 ends. Yes The Airport Site and layout design allows for a second parallel runway (future) in the northern part of the Site. A separation distance of 2600 m between the runways is planned. This distance allows for safe independent runway operation in accordance with ICAO guidelines and provides for optimum use of the area between the runways for terminal and other commercial developments.
RUNWAY. The basic criteria for design of runway are in accordance with International Standards and Recommended Practices in ICAO, Annex 14, Volume 1, Aerodrome Design and Operations. The runway length is 4260m designed for aircraft with full payload, fuel and maximum range. The runway length can accommodate a number of code letter E aircrafts with maximum payload to Sydney. The minimum pavement width will be 45m. Further shoulders of 7.5m will be established on both sides giving a total width of 60m. The runway orientation is 09-27 to comply with the usability factor of the airport of at least 95%. Runway pavements will be designed as flexible pavements.
RUNWAY. A defined rectangular area on the Airport designated for landing and takeoff of Aircraft.
RUNWAY. The runway is designed to accept B 747 aircraft and the ICAO aerodrome reference code is 4E. The characteristics of the runway specification are: • Runway length - 4000m‌ • Runway width - 45m • width of runway plus light paved shoulders - 60m • pavement type - flexible • Pavement classification number - 80 • Runway strip width - 300m • Stop-ways at each threshold - 60m x60m • Runway orientation - 09/27 • Usability factor - >95% • Turning circle at 09end. The longitudinal and transverse profile, slope changes, sight distance, distance between slope changes, pavement markings, signage and surface accuracy are designed in accordance with the Standards and Recommended practices stipulated in ICAO Annex 14. The design life for the flexible pavement is 20 years.
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