Runway Safety News

Runway Safety News

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Here is where you will find news forwarded to us by professional Runway Safety experts. Be sure to also reference the SoCal Airports page for location specific news, and the INFO Warehouse Page that also may have Runway Safety Tips and Safety Information in general.

 

 

July 11 2019 - FAA Recommends Upping Braking Performance Margins by Gordon Gilbert in AINonline - "Recent data indicates that applying a 15 percent safety margin to calculate wet runway stopping distance, as recommended by previous guidance, may be inadequate in certain conditions to prevent a runway excursion, according to a new safety alert for pilots (SAFO 19003). This new alert replaces the guidance in previous SAFO 15009."

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7/01/2019   FAA Highlights Graphical Airport Construction Diagrams Now Available in ForeFlight - An NBAA article that illustrates this new available source of information - You can view the NBAA article Here.    Thank you Alex Gertsen and NBAA for your initiative with FAA on this important advancement.

7/01/2019   Sent to SCAUWG by a senior member:  "For those of you that do not use Foreflight (and there are a number of us), here's a link to the FAA Construction Sight << https://www.faa.gov/air_traffic/flight_info/aeronav/aero_data/Apt_Constr_Notices/"   To Visit that reference Click Here

Continuing: "These airports are mostly "majors"; and I could only identify four in the Southwest ... Los Angeles, Phoenix, Tucson, and McCarran (Las Vegas). Still, if you're traveling this summer and expect to visit a major city/airport ... this is information worth having."