Which of the following vehicles are required to be chocked?
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|Prior to driving on the Flightline drivers must||Complete local flightline driver’s training and possess proper doc. autorizeing flightline driving|
|Which of the following vehicles are required to be chocked when parked on the flightline||Vehicles without an integral braking system|
What is the minimum distance vehicle operators should drive behind aircraft performing engine runs?
When the engines are running about to be started where should you not be? Within 25ft in front of or within 200ft to rear of aircraft. Or danger areas.
What is the VFR hold line marking used for?
Holding Position Markings on Taxiways Located in Runway Approach Areas. These markings are used at some airports where it is necessary to hold an aircraft on a taxiway located in the approach or departure area of a runway so that the aircraft does not interfere with the operations on that runway.
WHO must enable my ADTP refresher test?
Vehicles without an integral braking system. . Who must enable my ADTP refresher test? Everyone (vehicles) Must contact the tower and receive permission to enter the runway prior to accessing it.
What are the leading causes of runway incursions?
Most Common Runway Incursion Types
- Incorrect entry of an aircraft or vehicle onto the runway protected area (without or contrary to ATC clearance or due to incorrect ATC clearance)
- Incorrect presence of a vacating aircraft or vehicle onto the runway protected area.
Can you drive on a runway?
DO NOT DRIVE ON THE RUNWAY UNLESS YOU HAVE A PERMIT OR DIRECT PERMISSION FROM THE PERSON / PEOPLE WHO RUN THE FACILITY. IT IS A FEDERAL CRIME TO DO SO WITHOUT PERMISSION!)
Should you pass a truck while it is turning?
When you are passing a truck, you should not: Attempt to pass a truck that is turning, as trucks make extremely wide turns and often cannot see vehicles that are beside or behind them. Drive aggressively and attempt to pass a truck out of misplaced concerns that the truck cut you off.
Is a runway a road?
A highway strip, road runway or road base is a section of a highway, motorway or other form of public road that is specially built to act as a runway for (mostly) military aircraft and to serve as an auxiliary military air base.
When do you yield to a taxiing aircraft?
When yielding to taxiing aircraft. When operating vehicles on the parking aprons, will the driver operate to the left of the taxi line, right of the taxi lane or in the center of the taxi lane? B. Both runways ⭐️D. All of the above
Can a vehicle be parked in the path of an aircraft?
Vehicles will not be parked within ____ feet of an aircraft, except as authorized for operations. The area within 200ft of taxiway centerlines must be kept free of obstacles. With the exception of ______, no vehicles will travel in the path of taxiing aircraft.
What are the runways and taxiways at an airport?
Runways, taxiways, and other areas of an airport which are used for taxiing, or hover taxiing, air taxiing, takeoff, and landing of aircraft, exclusive of loading ramps and aircraft parking areas. What is a runway incursion?
What is the FAA Guide to ground vehicle operations?
TheFAA Guide to Ground Vehicle Operations was created for you, the driver of a tug, fuel truck, baggage cart or other airport vehicle. This guide is not intended to provide comprehensive coverage of everything there is to know about surface safety.