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  • 1. TYPES OF AIRPORTS VOCABULARY EXERCISES Pre p ara ti on for the F irst W ri tten Tes t inovic Jele nic-MarTea cher :J. ion Eng lish AviatS ubject : 1-6 ian Class es: 1-5, port Technic :A ir Trans Profile
  • 2. ANSWER THE QUESTIONS1. HOW CAN AIRPORTS BE CLASSIFIED?2. WHAT ARE GENERAL AVIATION AIRPORTS USED FOR?3. HOW ARE COMMERCIAL SERVICE AIRPORTS CLASSIFIED?
  • 3. ANSWER THE QUESTIONS4. WHAT CAN THE TERM “HUB” MEAN IN AIRTRANSPORTATION?5. WHAT DOES AN AIR TRAFFIC HUB REFER TO?6. WHAT IS HUB-AND-SPOKE OPERATION?7. HOW CAN THE AIRPORTS OF ORIGINATIONAND TERMINATION BE DEFINED?
  • 4. MATCH (Pay attention! There are more options!) 9.1. broadest uses 5.2. scheduled passengers3. outlying flying 10.4. primary service 2.5. enplaned category 1.6. non-hub purpose 4.7. main hub 7.8. aerial application 8.9. special airport 6.10. recreational communities 3.
  • 5. FIND THE ODD WORD OUT- land,ground, flat, soil- maneuver, command, navigate, drive, steer- runway, airfield, landing strip, landing surfaces, airstrip- maintain, repair, fix, serve, service- classify, categorize, distribute, grade, rank- enplane, board, embark, get on, enter- deplane, disembark, get off, exit, deboard- fortnight , per year, yearly, annually- originate, permit, terminate, begin, end
  • 6. MATCH1. ORIGINATE FROM (X2)2. CLASSIFY INTO3. ASSOCIATE WITH4. REFER TO (X2)5. ACCESS FOR6. CONVERGE AS7. PROVIDE8. SERVE
  • 7. MATCH1. safety plan 62. airport effects 7. 33. design (x2) criteria, standards .4. operational design 2.5. overall (x2) speed 4.6. master areas 107. environmental feasibility 8.8. economic parameters 1.9. landing facilities 9.10. rural size, concept 5.
  • 8. FIND THE ODD WORD OUT -TOTAL , COMPLETE, OVERALL, GENERAL -NORMALLY, USUALLY, GENERALLY, CERTAINLY -PARAMETER, STANDARD, FACTOR, NORM -BUILD, CREATE, ESTABLISH, CONSTRUCT -CONFORM, COMPLY, MATCH, FOLLOW
  • 9. FILL IN THE MISSING WORDS : according to1. Airports are usually developed __________ their master plans. guidelines2. Each nation develops its own ___________ for airport design which have to ____________ comply with ICAO requirements.
  • 10. FILL IN THE MISSING WORDS :3. One of the most important _________ considered criteria when developing airport design is the_______ overall size of the aircraft as well as the numberof operations. consist of4. Landing facilities _______ a runway orlanding strip and related taxiways and parking areas.
  • 11. FILL IN THE MISSING WORDS :5. Grass or dirt strips usually _________ servesmall or turbine engine aircraft.6. General aviation airports do not_________ scheduled passenger service. receive
  • 12. FILL IN THE MISSING WORDS : 7. The size and type ofairport is mainly determinedby the number of its________ as well as by the operationstype of ______ it’s about to aircraftaccommodate.
  • 13. FILL IN THE MISSING WORDS :8. A non-hub airport is an airport that does nothave a major base of an _____ at it. airline9. For example, Atlanta is a hub airport for Delta,which means that the airline has a large presence atthe airport and most of the flights on the east coastfor Delta _______________ that airport, and also route throughmany of the aircraft are based at the airport. .
  • 14. FILL IN THE MISSING WORDS10. The FAA divides the airports into five____________ :large, medium and small hubs,non-hubs and commercial service airports.
  • 15. FILL IN THE MISSING WORDSNON-HUB OR HUB AIRPORTS ?________________ airports have different needs and different Non - huboperating requirements than _________ airports. hub Non - hub___________ airports are smaller than _________ airports huband often do not have one carrier that dominates a largepercent of air traffic at that airport.
  • 16. FILL IN THE MISSING WORDSGENERAL AVIATION, OPERATION OR OPERATING ?The Airports Division, part of the Real Estate AssetsDepartment (READ), is responsible for ___________ two OPERATING_____________ GENERAL AVIATION airports, Montgomery Field and BrownField, within the City of San Diego. ____________ GENERAL AVIATIONincludes all aviation activities except scheduled airline andmilitary flights. The two airports support a significantportion of the San Diego regions total annual flight__________, and can accommodate a variety of OPERATIONS____________ aircraft. GENERAL AVIATION
  • 17. FILL IN THE MISSING WORDSThe Federal Aviation Administration ______ the countsnumber of commercial passengers that ______ boardairlines every year in the United States. The final number is called the total enplanements (TE). This includes ________ domestic as well as _________ international passengers.
  • 18. FILL IN THE MISSING WORD!!!!Relief _____ is used to describe any _____ that is built ordesignated to provide relief or additional capacity to anarea when the commercial _____ reach capacity. Insome cases a relief _____ is an existing one that isdesignated to handle a specific class of aircraft such asgeneral aviation. The advantages of adding an additional_____ are clear. Less obvious are the capacity gainsfrom moving general aviation from a commercial _____to a different facility. By removing aircraft with lowercapacities and slower speeds, an _____ is able tooperate more flights with larger aircraft and handle morepassengers increasing efficiency with minimal additionalcost . This also spreads out the aircraft over a wider areagenerally improving air traffic in the entire community.
  • 19. PARAPHRAZE THE TEXT IN YOUR OWN WORDS!!! selected, appointed stretch,Relief airport is used to describe any airport that is built extendor designated to provide relief or additional capacity toan area when the commercial airport reach capacity. Insome cases a relief airport is an existing one that isdesignated to handle a specific class of aircraft such asgeneral aviation. The advantages of adding an additionalairport are clear. Less obvious are the capacity gainsfrom moving general aviation from a commercial airport profit, earningsto a different facility. By removing aircraft with lowercapacities and slower speeds, an airport is able tooperate more flights with larger aircraft and handle morepassengers increasing efficiency with minimal additionalcost . This also spreads out the aircraft over a wider areagenerally improving air traffic in the entire community.
  • 20. FILL IN THE MISSING WORDSToday, Montgomery Field is a busy general aviation airport.General aviation encompasses all aviation except air carrierand military. The types of general aviation aircraft that________ at Montgomery Field include: private, corporate, operatecharter, air ambulance, law enforcement, fire rescue, flighttraining, and cargo. The FAA has ___________ Montgomery classifiedField as a relief airport for San Diego International, LindberghField. A relief airport is an airport that _________ general servesaviation aircraft that might otherwise use a congested aircarrier airport. Airline passengers benefit by experiencingfewer _______ due to air traffic congestion. delays
  • 21. READ THE TEXT TWICE AND TRY TO REMEMBER AS MUCH AS YOU CAN!!!What are the airport hours of operation?The airport is open for aircraft takeoffs and landings 24 hoursa day, 7 days a week. The control tower is open from 6:00 AM- 9:00 PM daily. After hours, Montgomery Field is anuncontrolled airport.How do planes land and takeoff when the control tower isclosed?When the control tower is closed, pilots transmit theirintentions on a common traffic advisory frequency, or CTAF(119.2 MHz).
  • 22. NOW, FILL IN THE MISSING INFORMATION !!!!What are the airport hours of operation?The airport is open for aircraft takeoffs and landings __ hoursa day, __ days a week. The control tower is open from 6:00AM - 9:00 PM ______ . After hours, Montgomery Field is anuncontrolled airport.How do planes land and takeoff when the control tower isclosed?When the _____ _______ is closed, pilots transmit their________ on a common traffic advisory frequency, or CTAF(119.2 MHz).
  • 23. FILL IN THE MISSING WORDS: landing facilities, terminal building, passengers, provides, air airport facility, transportation, general aviationThe airport is one of the most vital elements in our ________system.A well equipped airport ______ a variety of facilities for the aircraftand for crews and passengers. These include runways andtaxiways, which may be lighted for day and night use, a __________with lounge areas for______, ramp areas and hangars for aircraftstorage, maintenance shops for aircraft and avionics, automobileparking lots, and possibly restaurants and shops.In the United States, there are about 13,000 airports and 4,000heliports (landing sites for helicopters). About 5,000 of these___________ are used by the public. It may surprise you to learn thatonly about 650 airports are served by airlines; most of the Nationsairports are used by __________ pilots and their aircraft. Theatmosphere at these airports is usually a lot less hectic andpressured than the environment at a major ________ .
  • 24. The airport is one of the most vital elements in our airtransportation system. A well equipped airport providesa variety of facilities for the aircraft and for crews andpassengers. These include runways and taxiways,which may be lighted for day and night use, a terminalbuilding with lounge areas for passengers, ramp areasand hangars for aircraft storage, maintenance shops for keyaircraft and avionics, automobile parking lots, andpossibly restaurants and shops. In the United States,there are about 13,000 airports and 4,000 heliports(landing sites for helicopters). About 5,000 of theselanding facilities are used by the public. It may surpriseyou to learn that only about 650 airports are served byairlines; most of the Nations airports are used bygeneral aviation pilots and their aircraft. The atmosphereat these airports is usually a lot less hectic andpressured than the environment at a major airportfacility.