exit taxiway

exit taxiway

A taxiway used as an exit from a runway to another runway, apron, or other aircraft operating area.
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But, as it was traversing a rapid exit taxiway, one of the tires of the planehit an 'uneven taxiway surface.'
Over the next two to three years, YIA's further enhancements will include another parking apron for up to 13 Code C aircraft (Boeing 737), a rapid exit taxiway, construction of maintenance hangars, a Rescue and Fire-Fighting Station and reconstruction of the old Terminal 2 to include technological upgrades.
The ICAO rapid exit taxiway design speed is 50 knots (93kmph) for Code 3 and 4 aircraft for exit speeds under wet conditions.
As well as the runway extension, the proposals include the realignment and tunnelling of a section of the A45 Coventry Road, a new air traffic control tower, revisions to the existing fuel farm, a new exit taxiway, the treatment of "obstacles" and the diversion of services and watercourses.
Under the proposals, part of the A45 Coventry Road will be realigned and "tunnelled", and it also includes provision for a new air traffic control tower, revisions to the fuel farm, a new exit taxiway, treatment of "obstacles" and diversion of services and watercourses.
"Furthermore, a new exit taxiway will provide increased runway capacity, enabling aircraft to exit the main runway quicker, which will ultimately give passengers a more efficient service."
The ICAO rapid exit taxiway design speed is 50 knots (93 kmph) for Code 3 and 4 aircraft for exit speeds under wet conditions.
Tenders are invited for Feasibility study for the creation of an exit taxiway at Jonzac Neulles aerodrome
The fund will be used by the Department of Transportation and Communication (DOTC) for urgent structural retrofitting and other renovation work, as well as the construction of a rapid exit taxiway.
The Air Accident Investigation Authority (AAIA) (December 14) released Serious Incident Bulletin 7/2018 in relation to a China Southern Airlines Boeing 737-81B aircraft (registration mark B-1918) which landed on runway 07L when an MS Aviation GmbH Bombardier Global 5000 aircraft (registration mark P4-AVA) was still taxiing on the runway and short of the rapid exit taxiway A7 on November 13, 2018, at Hong Kong International Airport.
Monreal assured the oversight committee that the ongoing construction of the rapid exit taxiway would cause no flight disruptions during the holiday rush.
"The aircraft veered off a rapid exit taxiway N8 after landing at CSIA at 4.13pm hours," she said.