Presentation on theme: "Driving Training Class"— Presentation transcript:
1Driving Training Class Presented by: Lancaster Airport Authority
2Driving is a PrivilegeDriving on the airport, airport apron and ramps is a privilege and can be revoked at anytime for any reason.Violations and Enforcement actions will be handled in accordance with approved Airport Rules, FAR and the Airport Certification manual.Accidents or Mishaps should be immediately reported to Airport Operations
3SAFETY Violations- Examples Excessive speeding on the AOAFailure to Stop or YieldFailure to Yield to Aircraft or Emergency Vehicles.Outside authorized Area.FOD Violations
4Speed LimitsSpeed Limit on Terminal Ramp or within close proximity to taxiing aircraft or adjacent to buildings: 10 M.P.H.All other areas on airfield not to exceed: M.P.H.
5The A.O.A. is divided into two sections Movement AreaNon-Movement Area
6NON-MOVEMENT AREA Air Operations Area (A.O.A.) Area where you ARE authorized to drive without ATC communicationsThis area is not controlled by the Air Traffic Control TowerNON-MOVEMENT AREA
7MOVEMENT AREA Air Operations Area (A.O.A.) Area where you ARE NOT authorized to drive without proper clearance from ATCThis IS controlled by the Air Traffic Control TowerMOVEMENT AREA
10General RulesAlways yield the right-of-way to all aircraft and emergency vehicles at all times.Obey all regulatory signs, pavement markings, traffic signals, and LAA Officials.All personnel who operate a vehicle on the AOA shall have in their possession both a valid drivers’ license and a LAA Badge.
11General Rules Remain 50 feet from an operating engine’s intake. Remain 200 feet from an operating engine’s exhaust.
12Who's Responsible for Removing? F.O.D.Foreign Object DebrisWho's Responsible for Removing?
18ILS Critical Area Holding Position Sign ATC may hold you at this sign, on a taxiway, when the instrument landing system is being used at the airport. Vehicles driving beyond this point may interfere with the ILS signal to approaching aircraft.ILS Critical Area Holding Position Sign
21Runway Holding Position Sign Always stop at this sign and wait for ATC clearance to proceed. In this example, the threshold for runway 15 is to your left and the threshold for runway 33 is to your right. This sign is located next to the yellow holding position marking painted on taxiways that intersect runways and on runways that intersect other runways.Runway Holding Position Sign
22Does this sign mean you are clear of the runway safety area?
23Runway Boundary SignThis sign faces the runway and is visible to pilots exiting the runway. It is located next to the yellow holding position markings painted on the taxiway pavement. Taxi past this sign to be sure you are clear of the runway.Runway Boundary Sign
24Direction Sign for Runway Exit Indicates an exit from a runway. Located just prior to the intersection, on the same side of the runway as the exit.Direction Sign Runway Exit
26Runway Holding Position Marking This painted marking is found on taxiways at runway intersections and indicates where a vehicle is to stop. The solid lines are on the side where the vehicle is to hold and the dashed lines are always on the side toward the runway. Do not cross the markings until cleared.Runway Holding Position Sign
27Holding Position Marking for ILS Indicates the boundary of the ILS critical area. Don’t cross unless cleared. When exiting the area, a yellow ILS Critical Area Boundary sign will be adjacent this marking. All parts of your aircraft must cross this marking to be clear of the ILS critical area.Holding Position Marking for ILS
28Closed Runway and Taxiway Marking Indicates a closed runway or taxiway. On a permanently closed runway, it will be placed at each runway end and at 1,000 ft. intervals. It will also be placed at each entrance of a permanently closed taxiway. A raised-light X, plywood or fabric may be used in lieu of a pavement marking.
29WHAT your intentions are. CommunicationsControllers are required to get an acknowledgement of “hold short” instructions, so a “hold short” must be read back. When proceeding onto a movement area, vehicle operators must tell the controller three things:WHO you are,WHERE you are, andWHAT your intentions are.
30If you are told to ‘Go Ahead’ by ATC: The controller wants you to state your intentions, HE DOES NOT MEAN PROCEED!!!
32Lancaster Tower: 120.9 Ground Control: 121.8 Frequencies ATIS: Automatic Terminal Information ServiceWhen Lancaster Tower is closed, vehicle operator must call Harrisburg Traffic on for all vehicle operations in the movement area