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    2012

    Botswana Manual of Implementing

    Aerodromes Standards - Localised ICAO Annex 14 SARPs

    C A A B

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    BOTSWANA MANUAL OF IMPLEMENTING

    AERODROMES STANDARDS

    CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY

    OF BOTSWANA

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword Abbreviations and Symbols Chapter 1 – INTRODUCTION Section 1.1 – General 1.1.1 Background and scope 1.1.2 Aerodrome regulatory functions 1.1.3 Responsibilities 1.1.4 Relevant legislation and document 1.1.5 Cross-references with ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices 1.1.6 Publication of differences in AIP 1.1.7 Document change management 1.1.8 Related reference documents Section 1.2 – Definitions Section 1.3 – Common reference systems 1.3.1 Horizontal reference system 1.3.2 Vertical reference system 1.3.3 Temporal reference system Section 1.4 – Not in use Section 1.5 – Not in use Section 1.6 – Airport design Chapter 2 – APPLICATION OF STANDARDS AND RECOMMENDED PRACTICES TO

    AERODROMES Section 2.1 – General 2-1 2.1.1 Legislative background and applicability 2.1.2 Standards and recommended practices 2.1.3 Changes to aerodrome standards and recommended practices and their effects on

    existing aerodromes 2.1.4 Aeronautical studies 2.1.5 Exemptions from aerodrome standards and recommended practices 2.1.6 Conflict with other standards and recommended practices 2.1.7 Other terms used with standards and recommended practices

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    Section 2.2 – Use of ICAO Aerodrome Reference Code 2.2.1 Use of ICAO Aerodrome Reference Code to specify aerodrome standards and

    recommended practices 2.2.2 Aerodrome Reference Code and aeroplane characteristics 2.2.3 Provisions for future larger aeroplanes Chapter 3 –AERODROME CERTIFICATION PROCESS AND AERODROME OPERATIONS

    MANUAL REQUIREMENTS Section 3.1 – General 3.1.1 Introduction 3.1.2 Requirement to hold an Aerodrome Certificate 3.1.3 Applying for an Aerodrome Certificate 3.1.4 Aerodrome Certificate processing fee 3.1.5 Processing an Aerodrome Certificate application 3.1.6 Granting of an Aerodrome Certificate Section 3.2 – Aerodrome Operations Manual 3-5 3.2.1 Requirement to submit an Aerodrome Operations Manual 3.2.2 Purpose and scope of Aerodrome Operations Manual 3.2.3 Format of an Aerodrome Operations Manual 3.2.4 Maintenance and control of Aerodrome Operations Manual 3.2.5 Distribution and amendment of Aerodrome Operations Manual 3.2.6 Information to be included in the Aerodrome Operations Manual Section 3.3 – AIP and NOTAM action 3.3.1 Initiating AIP and NOTAM to promulgate a certified aerodrome 3.3.2 Routine notification and reporting Section 3.4 – Changes to Aerodrome Certificate 3.4.1 Application for changes to Aerodrome Certificate Section 3.5 – Routine liaison and inspections at a certified aerodrome 3.5.1 Provision of access for inspection and site safety audits Section 3.6 – Refusal/Cancellation/Suspension/Transfer of Aerodrome Certificate 3.6.1 Refusal of Aerodrome Certificate 3.6.2 Cancellation of Aerodrome Certificate 3.6.3 Suspension/Revocation of Aerodrome Certificate

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    3.6.4 Transfer of Aerodrome Certificate Chapter 4 – AERODROME OPERATOR ORGANISATION AND DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT Section 4.1 – Aerodrome operator organisation 4.1.1 Aerodrome organisation management and operational structure 4.1.2 Aerodrome operational staff and competency 4.1.3 Aerodrome operations library 4.1.4 Instructions to aerodrome operational staff Section 4.2 – Document and record management 4.2.1 Forms, documents and records Chapter 5 – AERODROME WORK SAFETY, SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND

    ACCIDENT/INCIDENTREPORTING AND INVESTIGATION PROCEDURES Section 5.1 – Aerodrome work safety 5.1.1 Introduction 5.1.2 Aerodrome work plans 5.1.3 Management and control of aerodrome works 5.1.4 Markers, markings and lights 5.1.5 Communications equipment 5.1.6 Works near aircraft movement areas 5.1.7 Completion Section 5.2 – Safety Management system 5.2.1 Introduction 5.2.2 General description 5.2.3 Key components Section 5.3 – Aerodrome accident/incident reporting and investigation procedures 5.3.1 Aerodrome occurrence reporting 5.3.2 Reportable occurrences and reporting procedures 5.3.3 Aerodrome occurrence records 5.3.4 Aerodrome accident/incident investigations Chapter 6 – AERODROME DATA Section 6.1 – General 6.1.1 Introduction

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    Section 6.2 – Information to be reported to the AIS 6.2.1 Aeronautical data 6.2.2 Aerodrome reference point 6.2.3 Aerodrome and runway elevations 6.2.4 Aerodrome reference temperature 6.2.5 Aerodrome dimensions and related information 6.2.6 Strength of pavements 6.2.7 Pre-flight altimeter check location 6.2.8 Declared distances 6.2.9 Condition of the movement area and related facilities 6.2.10 Disabled aircraft removal 6.2.11 Rescue and fire fighting 6.2.12 Visual approach slope indicator systems 6.2.13 Coordination between the aerodrome operator and the Aeronautical Information

    Services Chapter 7 – PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS Section 7.1 – General 7.1.1 Introduction Section 7.2 – Physical requirements of aerodrome facilities 7.2.1 Runways 7.2.2 Runway shoulders 7.2.3 Runway turn pads 7.2.4 Runway strips 7.2.5 Runway end safety areas 7.2.6 Clearways 7.2.7 Stopways 7.2.8 Radio altimeter operating area 7.2.9 Taxiways 7.2.10 Taxiway shoulders 7.2.11 Taxiway strips 7.2.12 Holding bays, runway-holding positions, intermediate holding positions and road-

    holding positions 7.2.13 Aprons 7.2.14 Isolated aircraft parking position 7.2.15 Not in use

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    Chapter 8 – OBSTACLE RESTRICTION AND REMOVAL Section 8.1 – General 8.1.1 Introduction Section 8.2 – Obstacle limitation 8.2.1 Obstacle limitation surfaces 8.2.2 Obstacle limitation requirements 8.2.3 Objects outside the obstacle limitation surfaces 8.2.4 Other objects Section 8.3 – Principles of shielding 8.3.1 General 8.3.2 Shielding principles Chapter 9 – VISUAL AIDS FOR NAVIGATION Section 9.1 – General 9.1.1 Introduction Section 9.2.1 – Indicators and signaling devices 9.2.1.1 Wind direction indicators 9.2.1.2 Landing direction indicator 9.2.1.3 Signaling lamp 9.2.1.4 Signal panels and signal area Section 9.2.2 – Markings 9.2.2.1 General 9.2.2.2 Runway designation marking 9.2.2.3 Runway centre line marking 9.2.2.4 Threshold marking 9.2.2.5 Aiming point marking 9.2.2.6 Touchdown zone marking 9.2.2.7 Runway side stripe marking 9.2.2.8 Taxiway centre line marking 9.2.2.9 Runway turn pad marking 9.2.2.10 Runway-holding position marking 9.2.2.11 Intermediate holding position marking 9.2.2.12 VOR aerodrome check-point marking

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    9.2.2.13 Aircraft stand markings 9.2.2.14 Apron safety lines 9.2.2.15 Road-holding position marking 9.2.2.16 Mandatory instruction marking 9.2.2.17 Information marking Section 9.2.3 – Lights 9.2.3.1 General 9.2.3.2 Emergency lighting 9.2.3.3 Aeronautical beacons 9.2.3.4 Approach lighting systems 9.2.3.5 Visual approach slope indicator systems 9.2.3.6 Circling guidance lights 9.2.3.7 Runway lead-in lighting systems 9.2.3.8 Runway threshold identification lights 9.2.3.9 Runway edge lights 9.2.3.10 Runway threshold and wing bar lights 9.2.3.11 Runway end lights 9.2.3.12 Runway centre line lights 9.2.3.13 Runway touchdown zone lights 9.2.3.14 Rapid exit taxiway indicator lights 9.2.3.15 Stopway lights 9.2.3.16 Taxiway centre line lights 9.2.3.17 Taxiway edge lights 9.2.3.18 Runway turn pad lights 9.2.3.19 Stop bars 9.2.3.20 Intermediate holding position lights 9.2.3.21 Not in use 9.2.3.22 Runway guard lights 9.2.3.23 Apron floodlighting 9.2.3.24 Visual docking guidance system 9.2.3.25 Advanced visual docking guidance system 9.2.3.26 Aircraft stand manoeuvring guidance lights 9.2.3.27 Road-holding position light Section 9.2.4 – Signs 9.2.4.1 General 9.2.4.2 Mandatory instruction signs 9.2.4.3 Information signs 9.2.4.4 VOR aerodrome check-point sign 9.2.4.5 Aerodrome identification sign 9.2.4.6 Aircraft stand identification signs 9.2.4.7 Road-holding position sign

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    Section 9.2.5 – Markers 9-75 9.2.5.1 General 9.2.5.2 Unpaved runway edge markers 9.2.5.3 Stopway edge markers 9.2.5.4 Not in use 9.2.5.5 Taxiway edge markers 9.2.5.6 Taxiway centre line markers 9.2.5.7 Unpaved taxiway edge markers 9.2.5.8 Boundary markers Chapter 10 – VISUAL AIDS FOR DENOTING OBSTACLES Section 10.1 – General 10.1.1 Introduction Section 10.2 – Marking and lighting of obstacles 10.2.1 Objects to be marked and/or lighted 10.2.2 Marking of objects 10.2.3 Lighting of objects 10.2.4 Wind turbines Chapter 11 – VISUAL AIDS FOR DENOTING RESTRICTED USE AREAS Section 11.1 – General 11.1.1 Introduction Section 11.2 – Marking and lighting of unserviceable areas 11.2.1 Closed runways and taxiways, or parts thereof 11.2.2 Non-load-bearing surfaces 11.2.3 Pre-threshold areas 11.2.4 Unserviceable areas

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