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Airport Markings

Jim Sweeney, USUA and NAPPF Board Member
Do you know what this striping means when painted on the asphalt at the local airport?

If you don't, you should listen to this week's segment with Jim Sweeney. Even if you already know what it means, you'll probably still learn something from new from Jim. I always seem to. SweeneyCorp, USUA, NAPPF (8/1/06)
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Jim Sweeney, NAPPF President and USUA Board Member
Ever fly to an airport and wonder what those mysterious signs and markings on the pavement were? Hopefully not! Jim joins us to talk about those signs and markings in order to you avoid the dreaded Runway Incursion. Follow along with the Runway Markings web page! (Part 1) (2/24/04)

Listen Now!
Jim Sweeney, NAPPF President and USUA Board Member
Ever fly to an airport and wonder what those mysterious signs and markings on the pavement were? Hopefully not! Jim joins us to talk about those signs and markings in order to you avoid the dreaded Runway Incursion. Follow along with the Runway Markings web page! (Part 2) (2/24/04)

Listen Now!

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Runway Markings

The Runways




Nonprecision Instrument Runway and Visual Runway Markings


Runway Boundary Sign



 

Runway Boundary Sign




Displaced Threshold Markings

 

 

Markings for Blast Pads and Stopways



Taxiway Location Sign

Taxiway Location Sign



Runway Holding Position Sign



Holding Position Sign at Beginning of Takeoff Runway



Holding Position Sign for a Taxiway that Intersects the Intersection of Two Runways

 

 

Sign Prohibiting Aircraft Entry into an Area



 

 

 

 

Closed or Temporarily Closed Runway and Taxiway Markings

 

 

Holding Position Markings: ILS Critical Area

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