taxiway intersection

taxiway intersection

A junction of two or more taxiways (ICAO).
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What that static diagram can't depict is that when the wind changes--like when we turn at a taxiway intersection or at the end of a runway--so must the aileron position if we're to keep the wing down.
Let's say you are taxiing along toward your departure runway, and you notice another aircraft approaching the taxiway intersection from your left at a good clip.
The ERGL Provides 24-Hour unidirectional marking for runway and taxiway intersections with 45 - 50 alternating yellow flashes per minute located at the hold position.
The project involves the widening of the runway from 150 to 200 feet, milling six inches of existing runway asphalt and overlaying with 18 inches of concrete, widening taxiway intersections and creating greater taxiway access to enable more efficient aircraft movements, installing new runway lighting and electrical infrastructure and installing new electrical feeder systems and accommodations for future navigational aids.
The airport's runways can take the weight of the new plane but adjustments - such as widening taxiway intersections - have to be made to allow pilots to manoeuvre safely.
The computerised system determines when the runway is in use and illuminates red lights embedded in the tarmac at vital taxiway intersections to hold crossing traffic.
Sensors within the system will send messages to alert air traffic controllers of any occasions when aircraft cross stop bars and taxiway intersections.