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U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration

Advisory Circular
Date: 9/30/00 Initiated by: AAS-100 AC No: 150/5300-13 Change: 6

Subject: AIRPORT DESIGN

PURPOSE. This Change provides expanded guidance for new approach procedures and incorporates new Flight Standards requirements. The change number and date of change is shown at the top of each page. Thechanged material is indicated by lines in the left-hand column margins.

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c. Runway Safety Area (RSA) Width. The RSA no longer increases in width at higher elevations for Approach Category D aircraft. d. Threshold Siting Criteria. Changes have been made in criteria for various approaches and night operations. In some cases, displacement of the threshold may be avoided by lightingof obstructions. These changes align airport design criteria with the requirements in TERPS. e. New Instrument Approach Category. Appendix 16 has been expanded to include a new category of instrument approach, Approach Procedure with Vertical Guidance (APV). Criteria for other instrument approach procedures have also been changed.

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PRINCIPAL CHANGES.

a. Runway Protection Zone(RPZ). Golf courses are no longer expressly permitted in the RPZ, but may be if a wildlife hazard assessment determines that it will not provide an environment attractive to birds. b. Precision Object Free Area (POFA). This is a new surface that applies to new instrument approach procedures with less than ¾-mile visibility minimums.

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David L. Bennett Director of Airport Safety and Standards

2/14/97

AC 150/5300-13 CHG 5

Chapter 8. THE EFFECTS AND TREATMENT OF JET BLAST
800. 801. 802. 803. INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................................. JET BLAST EFFECTS.......................................................................................................................................... BLAST FENCES................................................................................................................................................... SHOULDERS AND BLASTPADS....................................................................................................................... 77 77 77 78

Appendix 1. WIND ANALYSIS
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. OBJECTIVE ......................................................................................................................................................... CROSSWINDS..................................................................................................................................................... COVERAGE AND ORIENTATION OF RUNWAYS............................................................................................ ASSEMBLING WIND DATA............................................................................................................................... ANALYZING WIND...
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