Do you?


  1. 1) You’re rolling down the runway for takeoff. What color are the runway edge markings on each side of the runway?

    Runway edge markings are solid white lines on each side of the runway.

    Runway edge markings are solid white lines on each side of the runway.

  2. 2) What can the yellow chevron area be used for?

    Chevron markings are used to show pavement areas aligned with the runway that are unusable for landing, takeoff, and taxiing.

    Chevron markings are used to show pavement areas aligned with the runway that are unusable for landing, takeoff, and taxiing.

  3. 3) You’re approaching a lit runway. What color are the threshold lights?

    The threshold lights are green.

    Nice try, but those threshold lights are green.

  4. 4) You’re taxiing to runway 33, and ground control has instructed you to hold short of the runway. What side of the runway hold position markings do you need to hold short of?

    You need to hold short of the solid yellow lines (Side B).

    You need to hold short of the solid yellow lines (Side B).

  5. 5) How wide is this runway?

    Since the runway has 4 threshold stripes on either side, it’s 100 feet wide. You can find all the stripes and associated runway widths in the AIM.

    Since the runway has 4 threshold stripes on either side, it’s 100 feet wide. You can find all the stripes and associated runway widths in the AIM.

  6. 6) This marking is the ______.

    This is an ILS critical area. When the ceilings are less than 200 feet or RVR 2,000 feet, ATC instructs aircraft to stay clear of the critical area.

    This is an ILS critical area. When the ceilings are less than 200 feet or RVR 2,000 feet, ATC instructs aircraft to stay clear of the critical area.

Well, that wasn’t the easiest quiz…

You scored % But you learned quite a bit along the way…

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Not bad, you have most of these airport markings down…

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Nailed it!

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