Arlington Nontowered Airport Operations
Types of operations at Arlington Municipal Airport (KAWO), traffic patterns and standard operating procedures.
Tim Mensonides, Airport Operations Coordinator
Nationwide millions of safe operations in all types of aircraft are conducted at nontowered airports in a variety of weather conditions. It works because pilots put safety first and use commonly known procedures.
There are several sources of information that explain FAA recommended procedures at nontowered airports. CFR 91.113 cites basic right-of-way rules, and CFR 91.126 and 91.127 establish traffic-flow rules at nontowered airports. The Aeronautical Information Manual and Advisory Circulars 90-66A and 90-42F expand on nontowered airports operations. Together, these documents define procedures for nontowered flight operations. However regulations and procedures can not cover every conceivable situation. What is appropriate at one airport may not work at the next.
Arlington Airport Operations will give us insight and cover types of operations conducted at Arlington, traffic patterns and standard operating procedures.
Location of Seminar:
10300 E Perimeter Rd
Regal Air/Crown Avionics Hangar
Everett, WA 98204
Directions to Venue:
From I-5, take the 128th St (exit #186), go west on 128th St for approx. 2 miles to Hwy 99, 128th St SW becomes Airport Rd, stay on Airport Rd to Minuteman Rd, turn Left onto Minuteman Rd and go approximately 100 feet, turn right on E Perimeter Rd. Follow E Perimeter Rd to Regal/Crown Avionics on the eastside of Paine Field or continue on Airport Rd to the Paine Field entrance, turn Left onto 100th St SW and go to the first turn left and follow E Perimeter Rd to the parking lot next to Regal/Crown Avionics on the eastside of Paine Field.
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The FAA Safety Team expresses our thanks to Regal Air for their continuous support of the FAA Safety Programs and for providing the venue for this event.
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1 Credit for Basic Knowledge Topic 3
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