Scottsdale Airport Local Runway Safety Action Team Meeting-LRSAT
Local Runway Safety Action Team Annual Meeting for Scottsdale Airport, KSDL
Date and Time: Friday, August 23, 2019, starting at 10:00 Arizona
Speaker(s): Airport Administration and FAA ATC Personnel
The runway safety action team (RSAT) meeting provides an opportunity for airport users and tenants to discuss airport surface safety concerns in an effort to reduce risk. The agenda items for the meeting include a discussion of runway and/or taxiway changes, markings, lighting, electrical, signage, and procedures. The team will also discuss open and recently closed action items, and review runway incursions and surface deviations that have occurred in the past 12 months. The meeting is open to all airport users and tenants.
The meeting will last approximately 2 hours.
Select Number: WP0793172
Location of Seminar:
Airport Administration Operations Building
15000 N. Airport Dr.
Upstairs - Thunderbird Meeting Room
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Directions to Venue:
From Scottsdale Rd, turn east on Butherus Dr. to N. Airport Dr. Parking is on the left. The meeting is in the new Airport Administration Building, on the 2nd floor, in the Thunderbird Meeting Room.
Fly-in Seminar?: Yes SDL
Seating: 50 seats at the facility
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Sponsoring Division: Scottsdale FAASTeam
Contact Information: Ernest Copeland
Phone: (480) 284-7438
Additional Event Information & Acknowledgement of Industry Sponsor(s):
Runway incursions are a major factor in aviation safety. While many things have been done to reduce the accident rate in General Aviation and the Air Carrier Industry, both sides of the aviation house are still experiencing far too many runway incursions. This could be the result of "Read back - Hear back" issues, poor airport signage, pilot inattention/knowledge, expectation bias, or a combination of factors. Runway safety is a major concern for all pilots and if you have been around aviation for a long period of time you have probably seen some close calls on the runways and taxiways, or even been involved in some yourself.
Pilot airspace deviations continue to be a major risk in the national airspace system. To reduce the chance that you might be involved in an airspace deviation incident, you are highly encouraged to take an on-line learning center course such as ALC 42, ALC 154, and ALC90 on www.faasafety.gov, or search the learning library for associated guidance on airspace incursions. Remember, safe and prudent airmen have superior situational awareness and have a plan to keep it that way.
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Equal Access Information:
The FAA Safety Team (FAASTeam) is committed to providing equal access to this meeting/event for all participants. If you need alternative formats or services because of a disability, please communicate your request as soon as possible with the person in the “Contact Information” area of the meeting/event notice. Note that two weeks is usually required to arrange services.
1 Credit for Basic Knowledge Topic 3
1 Credit for Advanced Knowledge Topic 2