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  AIPAustralia 21AUG 14 AD 0.6 -- 1PART 3 -- AERODROMES (AD)AD 0.AD 0.1 PREFACE -- Not applicableAD 0.2 RECORD OF AIP AMENDMENTS -- Not applicableAD 0.3 RECORD OF AIP SUPPLEMENTS -- Not applicableAD 0.4 CHECKLIST OF AIP PAGES -- Not applicableAD 0.5 LIST OF HAND AMENDMENTS -- Not applicableAD 0.6 TABLE OF CONTENTS TO PART 3 -- ADAD 1. AERODROMES/HELIPORTS -- INTRODUCTION AD 1.1 -- 1...AD 1.1 AERODROMES/HELIPORTS AVAILABILITY AD 1.1 -- 1....... 1. INTRODUCTION AD 1.1 -- 1..................................2. CIVIL USE OF MILITARY AIR BASES AD 1.1 -- 1................3. AERODROME MARKERS AND MARKINGS AD 1.1 -- 1..........3.1 Boundary Markers. AD 1.1 -- 1............................3.2 Runway Markers. AD 1.1 -- 3.............................3.3 Unserviceable Areas. AD 1.1 -- 3..........................3.4 Restricted Operations. AD 1.1 -- 4.........................3.5 Runway Markings. AD 1.1 -- 4............................3.6 Runway Strip Markings. AD1.1--11........................3.7 Stopway Markings. AD1.1--11............................3.8 Taxi Guide-line Markings. AD1.1--11......................3.9 Holding Bay Markings. AD1.1--12.........................3.10 Apron Markings. AD1.1--13..............................3.11 Obstacle Marking AD1.1--17.............................3.12 Aerodrome Information Signs AD1.1--17..................3.13 Aerodrome Mandatory Instruction Signs AD1.1--19........4. LIGHTING AD 1.1 -- 21........................................4.1 Permanent Threshold Lights AD 1.1 -- 21...................4.2 Runway Threshold Identification Lights AD 1.1 -- 21..........4.3 Displaced Threshold Lighting AD 1.1 -- 21...................4.4 Runway Edge Lighting AD 1.1 -- 23.........................4.5 Runway End Lighting AD 1.1 -- 23..........................4.6 Runway Centreline Lighting AD 1.1 -- 24....................4.7 Runway Touchdown Zone Lighting AD 1.1 -- 24..............4.8 Partial Unserviceability Area Lighting AD 1.1 -- 24............4.9 Stopway Lighting AD 1.1 -- 24.............................  AIPAustralia21AUG 14AD 0.6 -- 2 4.10 Taxiway Lighting AD 1.1 -- 24..............................4.11 Apron Lighting AD 1.1 -- 27...............................4.12 Approach Lighting AD 1.1 -- 27.............................4.13 Wind Direction Indicator Lighting AD 1.1 -- 29...............4.14 Aerodrome Beacons AD 1.1 -- 29..........................4.15 Obstacle Lighting AD 1.1 -- 30.............................4.16 General Aviation Aircraft Lanes of Entry AD 1.1 -- 30........4.17 Pilot Activated Lighting (PAL) AD 1.1 -- 30...................5. VISUAL APPROACH ANDDOCKING GUIDANCE SYSTEMS AD1.1-- 31...................5.2 Visual Docking Guidance Systems AD 1.1 -- 35..............5.3 Wind Direction Indicators AD 1.1 -- 52......................5.4 Segmented Circle AD 1.1 -- 52.............................6. PAVEMENT STRENGTH LIMITATIONS AD 1.1 -- 53..............6.1 General AD 1.1 -- 53......................................6.2 Information Published For Rated Pavements AD 1.1 -- 53..... AD 1.2 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICESAND SNOW PLAN AD 1.2 -- 1..................................AD 1.3 INDEX TO AERODROMES AND HELIPORTS AD 1.3 -- 1......AD 1.4 GROUPING OF AERODROMES/HELIPORTS AD 1.4 -- 1......AD 2. AERODROMES AD 2.1 -- 1................................AD 3. HELIPORTS AD 3.1 -- 1...................................  AIPAustralia AD 1.1 -- 19 JUN 05AD 1. AERODROMES/HELIPORTS -- INTRODUCTIONAD 1.1 AERODROMES/HELIPORTS AVAILABILITY 1.  INTRODUCTION 1.1 Information concerning aerodromes within Australia is publishedby the CASA in the Manual of Standards Part 139 -- Aerodromes,and the AIP. The former is intended for aerodrome owners andoperators and contains specific details and requirements,whereas the latter is intended for pilots and thus contains moregeneral information.1.2 The aerodrome directory is published as En Route Supplement Australia (ERSA) which lists domestic aerodromes andhelicopter landing sites, and contains other dynamic information that isfrequently required by pilots during a flight.2.  CIVIL USE OF MILITARY AIR BASES 2.1 Aircraftoperatinginmilitary CTRs releasedtocivilATSunits mustnot use the surface of any military airfield unless specificallyapproved by the relevant military authority (CAR 92 (1) (c)).3.  AERODROME MARKERS AND MARKINGS 3.1  Boundary Markers.  Gable and/or cone markers are used toindicate:a. the graded surface of a runway strip,b. the edges of an apron and/or taxiway where such are notclearly defined, andc. the limits of the movement area.They take the form shown in Figure 1.  AIPAustraliaAD 1.1 -- 2 9 JUN 05 0.5Mmax 0.75M 0.5M Figure 1 -- Boundary Markers3.1.1 When used to mark the graded portion of runway strips, conemarkersarespacedatnotmorethan90Mintervalsalongthelimitsof the runway strip, and gable or flush markers are spaced at notmore than 180M intervals. Two gable markers are used atcorners.3.1.2 When used to mark the definition of aprons or taxiways themarkers are spaced at not more than 15M intervals.3.1.3 Boundary markers are white coloured, except those associatedwiththelimits ofill-definedapronsandtaxiways,whichareyellow.Where a threshold is permanently displaced, dun-coloured conemarkers are used to denote the area prior to the displacedthreshold.
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