taxiing guidance system
The motor is used for driving the main landing wheel during taxiing of the aircraft.
Alternatively the billboards are adjacent taxiways or taxiing areas.
ground traffic signal light
The taxi thrust is thereby sufficient to taxi the aircraft along a taxi path.
airport surface movement indicator
Taxi oils and/or gases may be added to facilitate testing.
The scope of this sub-functionality includes the Runway and Airfield Surface Movement area.
aerodrome taxi time means the pre-determined time value from off-block to take-off, expressed in minutes and valid during normal airport operations
The dual electric motor system is a Chorus Motor system applied to electric drive for aircraft taxi.
System test and drive procedures ensure safe aircraft ground travel with the engine-free electric taxi system.
An aircraft (30) landing on a runway (28) and moving in a certain direction (36) is directed to exit the runway (28) on a particular exit taxiway (38).
Data regarding the nose wheel rotation is used to control the ground travel of the aircraft, to predict potential problems, to provide more precise control over the aircraft, and to improve aircraft safety.
According to the invention, the engine block (4) includes an electric motor (11) and is supported by a non-suspended portion of a MacPherson strut (3) of an aircraft for the ground movements of the latter.
A cockpit control system and method for efficiently controlling ground travel in an aircraft equipped with an engine-free electric taxi system are provided.