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PHAK Chapter 14

Updated: Apr 12, 2022

CHAPTER TITLE: Airport Operations


Below is a list of the figures (diagrams, charts, and pictures) from the PHAK Chapter 14. They are listed in the order they are found in the Pilot's Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge.


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FIGURE 14-1

Recommended communication procedures.


FIGURE 14-2

Preferred Entry-Crossing Midfield.


FIGURE 14-3

Alternate Midfield Entry.


FIGURE 14-4

Chart Supplement U.S. (formerly Airport/Facility Directory excerpt.


FIGURE 14-5

(A) Relocated runway threshold drawing. (B) Relocated threshold for Runway 36 at Joplin Regional Airport (JLN).


FIGURE 14-6

(A) Displaced runway threshold drawing. (B) Displaced threshold for Runway 17 at Albuquerque International Airport (ABQ).


FIGURE 14-7

Runway Safety Area.


FIGURE 14-8

Runway safety area boundary sign and marking located on Taxiway Kilo.


FIGURE 14-9

Runway holding position sign at takeoff end of Runway 14 with collocated Taxiway Alpha location sign.


FIGURE 14-10

Runway holding position sign at a location other than the takeoff end of Runway 18-36 with collocated Taxiway Alpha location sign.


FIGURE 14-11

(A) Taxiway Bravo location sign collocated with runway/runway intersection holding signs at Sioux Gateway Airport (SUX) (B) Airport diagram of Sioux Gateway Airport (SUX), Sioux City, Iowa. The area outlined in red is a designated “hot spot” (HS1).


FIGURE 14-12

Surface painted runway holding position signs for Runway 32R-14L along with the enhanced taxiway centerline marking.


FIGURE 14-13

Surface painted holding position marking along with enhanced taxiway centerline.


FIGURE 14-14

Runway holding position markings as seen when exiting the runway. When exiting the runway, no ATC clearance is required to cross.


FIGURE 14-15

Runway distance remaining sign indicating that there is 2,000 feet of runway remaining.


FIGURE 14-16

Two of three parallel runways.


FIGURE 14-17

Runway holding position sign and marking for LAHSO.


FIGURE 14-18

Taxiway Bravo direction sign with a collocated Taxiway Delta location sign. When the arrow on the direction sign indicates a turn, the sign is located prior to the intersection.


FIGURE 14-19

Surface painted taxiway direction signs.


FIGURE 14-20

Orientation of signs is from left to right in a clockwise manner. Left turn signs are on the left and right turn on the right. In this view, the pilot is on Taxiway Bravo.


FIGURE 14-21

(A) Enhanced taxiway centerline marking. (B) Enhanced taxiway centerline marking and runway holding position marking.


FIGURE 14-22

Destination sign to the fixed-base operator (FBO).


FIGURE 14-23

Runway destination sign with different taxi routes.


FIGURE 14-24

Instrument landing system (ILS) holding position sign and marking on Taxiway Golf.


FIGURE 14-25

Holding position sign and marking for instrument landing system (ILS) critical area boundary.


FIGURE 14-26

Holding position marking on a taxiway.


FIGURE 14-27

(A) Yellow “X” placed on surface of temporarily closed runways. (B) Lighted “X” placed on temporarily closed runways. (C) Lighted “X” at night showing a temporarily closed runway.


FIGURE 14-28

Airport rotating beacons.


FIGURE 14-29

Two-bar VASI system.


FIGURE 14-30

Precision approach path indicator for a typical 3° glide slope.


FIGURE 14-31

Tri-color visual approach slope indicator.


FIGURE 14-32

Pulsating visual approach slope indicator.


FIGURE 14-33

Runway lights.


FIGURE 14-34

Radio controlled runway lighting.


FIGURE 14-35

Runway Entrance Lights (REL).


FIGURE 14-36

Takeoff Hold Lights (THL).


FIGURE 14-37

Wind direction indicators.


FIGURE 14-38

Segmented circle.


FIGURE 14-39

Traffic pattern operations—single runway.


FIGURE 14-40

Traffic pattern operation—parallel runways.


FIGURE 14-41

Phonetic alphabet.


FIGURE 14-42

Light gun signals.


FIGURE 14-43

Transponder phraseology.


FIGURE 14-44

Traffic advisories.


FIGURE 14-45

Vortex generation.


FIGURE 14-46

Vortex behavior.


FIGURE 14-47

Vortex avoidance procedures.


FIGURE 14-48

Heads-up, eyes outside.


FIGURE 14-49

Confusing runway/runway intersection.


FIGURE 14-50

A sound practice is to write down taxi instructions from ATC.


FIGURE 14-51

Do NOT cross a runway holding position marking without ATC clearance. If the tower is closed or you are operating from a non-towered airport, check both directions for conflicting traffic before crossing the hold position marking.


FIGURE 14-52

Runway 13-31 holding position sign and marking located on Taxiway Charlie.


FIGURE 14-53

Example of taxi and “hold short” instructions from ATC to a pilot.


FIGURE 14-54

Communication between ATC and a pilot who is requesting taxi procedures.


FIGURE 14-55

Engineered material arresting system (EMAS) located at Yeager Airport, Charleston, West Virginia.


FIGURE 14-56

Diagram of an EMASMAX system.


FIGURE 14-57

There have been several incidents where the EMAS has successfully arrested the aircraft.


FIGURE 14-58

A Bombardier CRJ-200 regional jet overran the runway at Yeager Airport (KCRW) in Charleston, West Virginia.


FIGURE 14-59

EMAS information for Boston Logan International Airport located in the Chart Supplement U.S. (formerly Airport/ Facility Directory).


FIGURE 14-60

An airport diagram with EMAS information.


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