maneuvering area


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maneuvering area

That part of an aerodrome to be used for takeoffs, landing of aircraft, and the movement of aircraft associated with takeoff and landing. The apron does not form a part of the maneuvering area.
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Beneath the maneuvering area is a straight segment aligned with the inbound course extending from the completion fix out to the procedure turn distance.
Route 1 that offered very little maneuvering areas for construction equipment and workers, a situation that was exacerbated after the demolition, saidJoseph Rode, president of Mullan Contracting.
"The UK CAA require that the markings on maneuvering areas should be similar to that of the surrounding surface and whilst this is not yet required internationally there is strong evidence to suggest that airports are concerned about the lack of friction of airside markings," says Tom Sampson, Sales and Marketing Director.