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Airfield Apron and Ramp Surface Markings (2023)

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Suggested Citation:"Acronyms/Abbreviations." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2023. Airfield Apron and Ramp Surface Markings. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26913.
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68 Acronyms/Abbreviations Airport abbreviations are not included in this list. AC Advisory Circular AIM Aeronautical Information Manual ALPA Airline Pilots Association ATC air traffic control ACI Airports Council International ADG Airplane Design Group CBP U.S. Customs and Border Protection EB Engineering Brief eVTOL electric vertical takeoff/landing FATO final approach and takeoff FOMO fixed or movable object GDDB Ground Damage Database GSE ground service equipment IATA International Air Transportation Association ICAO International Civil Aviation Organization LARs limited access routes NPIAS National Plan of Integrated Airports Systems PBB passenger boarding bridge SG Safety Guidelines SMS safety management systems SRA safety risk assessment SARPs Standards and Recommended Practices TLOFA taxilane object-free area TDPC touchdown/positioning circle TLOF touchdown and lift off UAF&FA Union des Aéroports Français & Francophones Associés VSZ vehicle safety zone VSR vehicle service road

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In the absence of comprehensive guidelines related to standards for surface apron and ramp markings, airports have worked with their specific stakeholder groups (such as airlines and ground crews) to develop unique apron and ramp marking practices that meet their operational needs. Consequently, variations are seen in apron and ramp markings at airports across the United States.

The TRB Airport Cooperative Research Program's ACRP Synthesis 122: Airfield Apron and Ramp Surface Markings documents airport apron and ramp marking variations at U.S. airports.

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