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Runway markings are important to indicate spacings and distances to pilots as they take off and land. Most large runways have makings, including distance remaining signs which indicates the remaining distance of the runway in thousands of feet. For example, a 9 will mean 9,000 ft. The threshold is marked by green lights. Precision runways are situated at medium and more

Runway markings are important to indicate spacings and distances to pilots as they take off and land. Most large runways have makings, including distance remaining signs which indicates the remaining distance of the runway in thousands of feet. For example, a 9 will mean 9,000 ft. The threshold is marked by green lights. Precision runways are situated at medium and large airports. They are marked out with an aiming point, centreline, designator and threshold markings. Precision runways are marked both vertically and horizontally. Line painting, rubber and paint removal is important as it maintains the surface integrity of the runway ensuring a safe landing.

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