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Introduction to TP312 (5th Edition)

This is an introductory training course for TP312, 5th Edition, adapted more particularly to airports classified AGN 1 to AGN III b). In other words, certain elements that would only be found in airports IV and above, will not be studied in depth. ​ This training lasts approximately 8 hours, but can vary up to 12 hours, depending on the level of experience of the participants. ​ This is a lecture-type course, since the training is based on regulations, but the training is supported by several examples and situations in order to maintain a certain level of dynamism and attention from the team. share of participants.
Training content
  • CHAPTER I: GENERAL
    • Definitions
    • Aircraft Group Number (AGN)

  • CHAPTER II: AERODROME INFORMATION
    • Geographic data (2.2)
    • Aerodrome reference point (2.2.1)
    • Altitude of an aerodrome and a runway (2.2.3)
    • Magnetic Declination (2.2.4)
    • Dimensional characteristics of aerodromes (2.3)
    • Definitions
    • Declared distances (2.3.2)
    • Pavement resistance (2.4)
    • Bearing strength (2.4.1.1)

  • CHAPTER III: PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS
    • Track (3.1)
    • Runway slopes (3.1.2)
    • Cross slopes (3.1.2.6)
    • Track surface (3.1.3)
    • Runway strips (3.1.4)
    • Runway end safety area (3.2)
    • Taxiway (3.5)
    • Holding platforms, holding point before runway and waiting point on track
    • service (3.6)

  • CHAPTER IV: OBSTACLE MANAGEMENT
    • Obstacle limitation surfaces (OLS) (4.1)
    • Approach surface (4.1.2)
    • Take-off surface (4.1.3)
    • Transition surface (4.1.5.)
    • Limitation and removal of obstacles (4.1.6)
    • Clear extension (4.4)

  • CHAPTER V: VISUAL AID
    • Wind direction indicators (5.1).
    • Brands (5.2)
    • General (5.2.1)
    • Runway identification marks (5.2.2)
    • Runway threshold mark (5.2.3)
    • Runway threshold bar (5.2.4)
    • Demarcation bar (5.2.5)
    • Arrows (5.2.6)
    • Rafter mark (5.2.7)
    • Runway center line mark (5.2.8)
    • Target point mark (5.2.9)
    • Landing zone mark (5.2.10)
    • Runway side mark (5.2.11)
    • Axial taxiway mark (5.2.13)
    • Pre-runway holding point mark (5.2.16)
    • Maneuvering area delimitation mark (5.2.20)
    • Lighting (5.3)
    • General (5.3.1)
    • Aerodrome lighthouse (5.3.3)
    • Aerodrome maneuver area danger warning lights (5.3.4)
    • Approach lighting devices (5.3.5)
    • Runway threshold lights (5.3.7.3)
    • Sidebar lights (5.3.7.7)
    • Runway end lights (5.3.8)
    • Extension stop lights (5.3.9)
    • Runway threshold identification lights (5.3.10)
    • Visual Alignment Guidance System (VAGS) (5.3.11)
    • Runway edge lights (5.3.12)
    • Runway center line lights (5.3.13)
    • Landing zone lights (5.3.14)
    • Simplified touchdown zone lights (5.3.15)
    • PAPI and APAPI system (5.3.16)
    • Landing and hold-away lights (5.3.17)
    • Taxiway lights (5.3.21)
    • Taxiway edge lights (5.3.22)
    • Stop bar (5.3.23)
    • Panels (5.4)
    • General (5.4.1)
    • Mandatory instruction signs (5.4.2)
    • Indication panels (5.4.3)

  • CHAPTER IX: AIRFIELD MAINTENANCE
    • Winter maintenance (Chemical de-icing agents) (9.1.2.3)
    • Aerodrome maintenance (visual aids) (9.1.3.)

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