Runway Safety Areas

Marek Štumper, Jakub Kraus, Peter Vittek, Andrej Lališ

Abstract


This article is focused on areas around runway and their dimensions for safety reason of air accidents and incidents. There is proposed new calculation of these dimensions.

Keywords


runway; safety area; approach

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