Signs of Success

Standardized airport pavement markings, signage and lighting systems help prevent optical illusions and keep us out of the weeds.

One of the local GA airports in my area recently got an FAA improvement grant. They got new taxiway lights—real ones, to replace the old blue reflectors—and new paint for all of the surface and runway markings. The hold-short signs at the ends of the runway are now carefully mounted, bright red and well-lit at […]
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