10:00 - 13:00 CET (UTC +2)
A commonly agreed method meant for the publication of pavement strength data in the aeronautical information publications (AIPs) enables aerodrome operators to manage their infrastructure and aircraft operators to determine the permissible aircraft types and operating masses.
ICAO has adopted in Annex 14 a new method for the reporting of pavement bearing strength named the Aircraft Classification Rating (ACR) - Pavement Classification Rating (PCR). This method will become applicable on 28 November 2024 and will replace the current Aircraft Classification Number (ACN) - Pavement Classification Number (PCN).
The objective of the workshop is to raise awareness, provide clarifications and support the deployment of the new ACR-PCR reporting within the EASA Member States.
Target audience: aerodrome inspectors of national competent authorities, aerodrome infrastructure personnel of aerodrome operators, civil engineers, flight operations engineers of aircraft operators.
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