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Types of Taxiway Signs
Mandatory Instruction Signs
Mandatory instruction signs denote an entrance to a runway, critical area, or prohibited area They are used for holding positions signs for runway-taxiway and runway-runway intersections (Fig 8-31a), instrument landing system critical areas (Fig 8-31b), runway approach areas (Fig 8-31c), ILS category II/III critical areas (Fig 8-31d), and to designate areas for which entry is prohibited by aircraft (Fig 8-31e) These signs have white inscriptions on a red background and are installed on the left side of the runway or taxiway In some cases runwaytaxiway intersections require a sign on both sides of the taxiway This includes situations on taxiways which are at least 150 ft wide, where the painted holding line extends across an adjacent holding bay, where the painted holding line markings do not extend straight across the taxiway, and where the painted holding line markings are located a short distance from an intersection with another taxiway Generally arrows are not permitted on mandatory instruction signs unless they are necessary at the taxiway-runway-runway intersections to indicate directions to these runways For runway designation these signs normally contain both designations of the runway and the designation on the left is for the runway to the left and the designation on the right is for the runway to the right At controlled airports aircraft and ground vehicles are required to hold at these points unless cleared by air traffic control At uncontrolled airports, these signs are intended to indicate travel beyond these signs is permitted only after appropriate precautions have been taken
(a) Runway intersection (b) ILS critical area
(c) Runway approach area
(d) ILS CAT II/III critical area
(e) No entry
FIGURE 8-31 Mandatory instruction signs
Airport Design
(a) Taxiway location sign
(b) Runway location sign
(c) Boundary sign runway safety area/OFZ runway approach area
(d) Boundary sign ILS critical area POFZ Boundary ILS CAT II/III operations
FIGURE 8-32 Location signs
Location Signs
Location signs are used to identify the taxiway or runway on which an aircraft is located (Fig 8-32a and 8-32b) These signs consist of a yellow inscription and border on a black background Location signs are also used to identify the boundary of the runway safety area or obstaclefree zones (Fig 8-32c), or the instrument landing system critical area (Fig 8-32d) for a pilot exiting a runway In the latter cases the signs consist of a black inscription and border on a yellow background and the inscription on the sign is the same as relevant holding line marking
Direction Signs
Direction signs are used to indicate the direction of other taxiways leading out of an intersection These signs are used as taxiway direction sign (Fig 8-33) and runway exit sign The signs have black inscriptions and borders on a yellow background and always contain arrows The arrows are oriented in the approximate direction of the turn required These signs should not be located with holding position signs and should not be located between the holding line and the runway
FIGURE 8-33 Taxiway direction sign
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FIGURE 8-34 Inbound destination sign (to military facility)
Signs used to indicate the direction of taxiways on the opposite side of the runway should be located on the opposite side of the runway Runway exit signs should be located prior to the exit on the side of the runway on which the aircraft is expected to exit If the taxiway crosses the runway and the aircraft could be expected to exit on either side, then a runway exit sign should be installed on either side of the runway
Destination Signs
Destination signs have black inscriptions on a yellow background and always contain arrows These signs indicate the general direction to a remote location at the airport, such as an inbound destination (Fig 8-34), and are generally not required where taxiway direction signs are used Outbound destination signs are used to identify directions to the takeoff runways These routes normally begin at the entrance to a taxiway from the apron area More than one runway number may be used, separated by a dot, if the route is common to more than one runway (Fig 8-35) Inbound destination signs are often used to indicate the general direction to major airport facilities such as passenger terminal aprons, cargo areas, military aprons, or general aviation facilities These signs should consist of a minimum of three letters to avoid confusion with taxiway guidance signs The typical legends found on taxiway destination signs are: APRON general parking, servicing, and loading areas FUEL areas where aircraft are fueled or serviced TERM gate positions at which aircraft are loaded or unloaded CIVIL areas set aside for civil aircraft MIL areas set aside for military aircraft PAX areas set aside for passenger handling CARGO areas set aside for cargo handling INTL areas set aside for handling international ights FBO xed-base operator
FIGURE 8-35 Outbound destination sign (to runways 27 and 33)
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