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Maintaining Safety and Security During On-Airport Construction 4 pages. [PDF 70K]
How does airport management maintain order, safety and security when construction vehicles and crews mix with aircraft?
The Airport Side of Runway Incursions 6 pages. [PDF 26K]
Aircraft are not the only conveyances involved in unauthorized entry to the sacrosanct landing/takeoff portions of an airport — ground vehicles must be operated with equal caution to help reduce a preventable hazard.
Design Airports for Safety 6 pages. [PDF 67K]
Airport design can play an important part in reducing the severity of injuries and damage in aircraft accidents. Requirements that control airport design can be supplemented by other practical safety applications.
The Human Factor 4 pages. [PDF 23K]
Airport chaplains coordinate efforts to provide spiritual, moral, physical and material assistance to those affected by aviation emergencies.
Precision Runway Monitors 4 pages. [PDF 96K]
Recent increases in air traffic demand have exceeded the capacity of many major airports with a resultant major increase in delays to air traffic. Consequently, the U.S. Congress has directed the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) toinitiate programs to improve airport capacity.
How Airports Reduce Dangers of Bird-Strikes 4 pages. [PDF 49K]
Sometimes unusual methods are used to reach the goal of aviation safety but success depends on many factors.