(4) Airport Elevation. The elevation is
rounded to the nearest 10 feet.
(5) Time in relationship to UTC (Zulu). Z-05,
for example, indicates local standard time is 5 hours
behind UTC time. If the airport is located in an area
which observes daylight savings time, the information
in parentheses shows the daylight savings time in
relation to UTC.
(6) Instrument Approach Information. Refer
to Table 3D-5 for the various displays and their
Table 3D-5. Instrument Approach Information
Airport has an ILS approach.
Airport has an MLS approach.
Airport does not have an instrument
approach and no ILS or MLS.
(7) The symbol (R) designates that the
airport is serviced by an Approach/Departure control
facility having radar capability.
c. Airport 3 Page. Refer to Figure 3D-21. The
function of the APT 3 page is to display runway
information for the selected airport. For many airports
the first APT 3 page depicts a North up runway
Figure 3D-21. APT 3 Page
(1) The primary APT 3 page follows the
runway diagram. Runway designation, lighting, and
types of surface for up to five runways are displayed in
order of length, beginning with the longest. Many
times all of the data does not fit on one page. A "+"
inserted between the page type and the number
indicates more than one of that page. Refer to Figure
Figure 3D-22. Primary Airport 3 Page
(a) The letters RT followed by a runway
designation indicate that the runway normally has a
right hand traffic pattern.
(b) Runway designation for both ends of
(c) Runway Lighting Availability. Refer
to Table 3D-6 for displays and explanations.
Table 3D-6. Runway Lighting
Runway lighting is pilot controlled.
Runway lighting is part-time or on
Blank indicates no lighting.
(d) Runway Length in Feet.
(e) Runway Surface. Refer to Table
(2) In the event that there is no runway
information for an airport, RUNWAY DATA NOT
AVAILABLE is displayed on the APT 3 page.