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Each time a pilot operates an aircraft, the flight normally begins and ends at an airport. An airport may be a small sod field or a large complex utilized by air carriers. This category examines airport operations, identifies features of an airport complex, and provides information on operating on or in the vicinity of an airport.
- Airport Categories
- Sources for Airport Data
- Airport Markings and Signs – Runway Markings and Signs (Part One)
- Airport Markings and Signs – Runway Markings and Signs (Part Two)
- Airport Markings and Signs – Taxiway and Other Markings and Signs
- Airport Lighting (Part One)
- Airport Lighting (Part Two)
- Wind Direction Indicators
- Traffic Patterns
- Radio Communications
- Air Traffic Control (ATC) Services
- Wake Turbulence
- Collision Avoidance (Part One)
- Collision Avoidance (Part Two)
- Engineered Materials Arresting Systems (EMAS)
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