THE ICAO AIRPORT SERVICES MANUAL PART 5



The Icao Airport Services Manual Part 5

. equipment has been included as an elementary part of the over-all airport maintenance task. Aircraft removal equipment represents a very special type of airport equipment. The material in this manual is complementary to the Airport Services Manual, Part 5, which deals with removal procedures., This manual is to be used in conjunction with the aircraft recovery manual published by the respective aircraft manufacturer. The information in this document is not intended to be used for any commercial purposes. In developing this manual, ICAO wishes to acknowledge the assistance of the International Air Transport Association (IATA)..

. associated facilities and services. d b) Part ZZ Air Traffic Services Planning Manual were previously mentioned in ICAO documents, has been developed wherever it was found that a widespread need for guidance existed. In the latter case, the material in this manual is based on provisions of those States having already had a need to cover these aspects in their national documentation, on, ICAO 9337 PART*8 ** qBYl1Y3b 0038734 476 H (Vi) Airport Stvices Manual Page 10.3 Management by aerodrome authority or operating company.. 10.4 General.. 10.5 Apron management functions.. 10.6 Apron safety.. 10.7 Diversions.. CHAPTER 11 ..

This manual is to be used in conjunction with the aircraft recovery manual published by the respective aircraft manufacturer. The information in this document is not intended to be used for any commercial purposes. In developing this manual, ICAO wishes to acknowledge the assistance of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). associated facilities and services. d b) Part ZZ Air Traffic Services Planning Manual were previously mentioned in ICAO documents, has been developed wherever it was found that a widespread need for guidance existed. In the latter case, the material in this manual is based on provisions of those States having already had a need to cover these aspects in their national documentation, on

equipment has been included as an elementary part of the over-all airport maintenance task. Aircraft removal equipment represents a very special type of airport equipment. The material in this manual is complementary to the Airport Services Manual, Part 5, which deals with removal procedures. 5.1 . Certification of airports . ICAO Annex 14, as from amendment 4, (applicable from November 2001) requires an international airport to be certified for safety purposes. ACI supports the general principles put forward by ICAO, although it believes that standards (basic requirements) should be distinguished from recommended practices and only standards should be part of the certification

ICAO 9337 PART*8 ** qBYl1Y3b 0038734 476 H (Vi) Airport Stvices Manual Page 10.3 Management by aerodrome authority or operating company.. 10.4 General.. 10.5 Apron management functions.. 10.6 Apron safety.. 10.7 Diversions.. CHAPTER 11 . AIRPORT SERVICES MANUAL PART 8 AIRPORT OPERATIONAL SERVICES FIRST EDITION - 1983 Approved by the Secretary General and published under his authority INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION . Airport Services Manual (Doc 9137-AN1898) Part 8 Airport Operational Services First Edition - 1983 . AMENDMENTS The issue of amendments is announced regularly in the ICAO Journal …

This manual is to be used in conjunction with the aircraft recovery manual published by the respective aircraft manufacturer. The information in this document is not intended to be used for any commercial purposes. In developing this manual, ICAO wishes to acknowledge the assistance of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). 5.1 . Certification of airports . ICAO Annex 14, as from amendment 4, (applicable from November 2001) requires an international airport to be certified for safety purposes. ACI supports the general principles put forward by ICAO, although it believes that standards (basic requirements) should be distinguished from recommended practices and only standards should be part of the certification

AIRPORT SERVICES MANUAL PART 8 AIRPORT OPERATIONAL SERVICES FIRST EDITION - 1983 Approved by the Secretary General and published under his authority INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION . Airport Services Manual (Doc 9137-AN1898) Part 8 Airport Operational Services First Edition - 1983 . AMENDMENTS The issue of amendments is announced regularly in the ICAO Journal … ICAO 9337 PART*8 ** qBYl1Y3b 0038734 476 H (Vi) Airport Stvices Manual Page 10.3 Management by aerodrome authority or operating company.. 10.4 General.. 10.5 Apron management functions.. 10.6 Apron safety.. 10.7 Diversions.. CHAPTER 11 .

ICAO 9337 PART*8 ** qBYl1Y3b 0038734 476 H (Vi) Airport Stvices Manual Page 10.3 Management by aerodrome authority or operating company.. 10.4 General.. 10.5 Apron management functions.. 10.6 Apron safety.. 10.7 Diversions.. CHAPTER 11 . AIRPORT SERVICES MANUAL PART 8 AIRPORT OPERATIONAL SERVICES FIRST EDITION - 1983 Approved by the Secretary General and published under his authority INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION . Airport Services Manual (Doc 9137-AN1898) Part 8 Airport Operational Services First Edition - 1983 . AMENDMENTS The issue of amendments is announced regularly in the ICAO Journal …

. associated facilities and services. d b) Part ZZ Air Traffic Services Planning Manual were previously mentioned in ICAO documents, has been developed wherever it was found that a widespread need for guidance existed. In the latter case, the material in this manual is based on provisions of those States having already had a need to cover these aspects in their national documentation, on, ICAO 9337 PART*8 ** qBYl1Y3b 0038734 476 H (Vi) Airport Stvices Manual Page 10.3 Management by aerodrome authority or operating company.. 10.4 General.. 10.5 Apron management functions.. 10.6 Apron safety.. 10.7 Diversions.. CHAPTER 11 ..

the icao airport services manual part 5

. associated facilities and services. d b) Part ZZ Air Traffic Services Planning Manual were previously mentioned in ICAO documents, has been developed wherever it was found that a widespread need for guidance existed. In the latter case, the material in this manual is based on provisions of those States having already had a need to cover these aspects in their national documentation, on, ICAO 9337 PART*8 ** qBYl1Y3b 0038734 476 H (Vi) Airport Stvices Manual Page 10.3 Management by aerodrome authority or operating company.. 10.4 General.. 10.5 Apron management functions.. 10.6 Apron safety.. 10.7 Diversions.. CHAPTER 11 ..

the icao airport services manual part 5

. equipment has been included as an elementary part of the over-all airport maintenance task. Aircraft removal equipment represents a very special type of airport equipment. The material in this manual is complementary to the Airport Services Manual, Part 5, which deals with removal procedures. https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/A%C3%A9roport_de_Londres-Heathrow 5.1 . Certification of airports . ICAO Annex 14, as from amendment 4, (applicable from November 2001) requires an international airport to be certified for safety purposes. ACI supports the general principles put forward by ICAO, although it believes that standards (basic requirements) should be distinguished from recommended practices and only standards should be part of the certification.

the icao airport services manual part 5


5.1 . Certification of airports . ICAO Annex 14, as from amendment 4, (applicable from November 2001) requires an international airport to be certified for safety purposes. ACI supports the general principles put forward by ICAO, although it believes that standards (basic requirements) should be distinguished from recommended practices and only standards should be part of the certification AIRPORT SERVICES MANUAL PART 8 AIRPORT OPERATIONAL SERVICES FIRST EDITION - 1983 Approved by the Secretary General and published under his authority INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION . Airport Services Manual (Doc 9137-AN1898) Part 8 Airport Operational Services First Edition - 1983 . AMENDMENTS The issue of amendments is announced regularly in the ICAO Journal …

equipment has been included as an elementary part of the over-all airport maintenance task. Aircraft removal equipment represents a very special type of airport equipment. The material in this manual is complementary to the Airport Services Manual, Part 5, which deals with removal procedures. equipment has been included as an elementary part of the over-all airport maintenance task. Aircraft removal equipment represents a very special type of airport equipment. The material in this manual is complementary to the Airport Services Manual, Part 5, which deals with removal procedures.

equipment has been included as an elementary part of the over-all airport maintenance task. Aircraft removal equipment represents a very special type of airport equipment. The material in this manual is complementary to the Airport Services Manual, Part 5, which deals with removal procedures. equipment has been included as an elementary part of the over-all airport maintenance task. Aircraft removal equipment represents a very special type of airport equipment. The material in this manual is complementary to the Airport Services Manual, Part 5, which deals with removal procedures.

ICAO 9337 PART*8 ** qBYl1Y3b 0038734 476 H (Vi) Airport Stvices Manual Page 10.3 Management by aerodrome authority or operating company.. 10.4 General.. 10.5 Apron management functions.. 10.6 Apron safety.. 10.7 Diversions.. CHAPTER 11 . 5.1 . Certification of airports . ICAO Annex 14, as from amendment 4, (applicable from November 2001) requires an international airport to be certified for safety purposes. ACI supports the general principles put forward by ICAO, although it believes that standards (basic requirements) should be distinguished from recommended practices and only standards should be part of the certification

ICAO 9337 PART*8 ** qBYl1Y3b 0038734 476 H (Vi) Airport Stvices Manual Page 10.3 Management by aerodrome authority or operating company.. 10.4 General.. 10.5 Apron management functions.. 10.6 Apron safety.. 10.7 Diversions.. CHAPTER 11 . equipment has been included as an elementary part of the over-all airport maintenance task. Aircraft removal equipment represents a very special type of airport equipment. The material in this manual is complementary to the Airport Services Manual, Part 5, which deals with removal procedures.

5.1 . Certification of airports . ICAO Annex 14, as from amendment 4, (applicable from November 2001) requires an international airport to be certified for safety purposes. ACI supports the general principles put forward by ICAO, although it believes that standards (basic requirements) should be distinguished from recommended practices and only standards should be part of the certification This manual is to be used in conjunction with the aircraft recovery manual published by the respective aircraft manufacturer. The information in this document is not intended to be used for any commercial purposes. In developing this manual, ICAO wishes to acknowledge the assistance of the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

This manual is to be used in conjunction with the aircraft recovery manual published by the respective aircraft manufacturer. The information in this document is not intended to be used for any commercial purposes. In developing this manual, ICAO wishes to acknowledge the assistance of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). equipment has been included as an elementary part of the over-all airport maintenance task. Aircraft removal equipment represents a very special type of airport equipment. The material in this manual is complementary to the Airport Services Manual, Part 5, which deals with removal procedures.

the icao airport services manual part 5

. 5.1 . Certification of airports . ICAO Annex 14, as from amendment 4, (applicable from November 2001) requires an international airport to be certified for safety purposes. ACI supports the general principles put forward by ICAO, although it believes that standards (basic requirements) should be distinguished from recommended practices and only standards should be part of the certification, associated facilities and services. d b) Part ZZ Air Traffic Services Planning Manual were previously mentioned in ICAO documents, has been developed wherever it was found that a widespread need for guidance existed. In the latter case, the material in this manual is based on provisions of those States having already had a need to cover these aspects in their national documentation, on.

. This manual is to be used in conjunction with the aircraft recovery manual published by the respective aircraft manufacturer. The information in this document is not intended to be used for any commercial purposes. In developing this manual, ICAO wishes to acknowledge the assistance of the International Air Transport Association (IATA)., AIRPORT SERVICES MANUAL PART 8 AIRPORT OPERATIONAL SERVICES FIRST EDITION - 1983 Approved by the Secretary General and published under his authority INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION . Airport Services Manual (Doc 9137-AN1898) Part 8 Airport Operational Services First Edition - 1983 . AMENDMENTS The issue of amendments is announced regularly in the ICAO Journal ….

ICAO 9337 PART*8 ** qBYl1Y3b 0038734 476 H (Vi) Airport Stvices Manual Page 10.3 Management by aerodrome authority or operating company.. 10.4 General.. 10.5 Apron management functions.. 10.6 Apron safety.. 10.7 Diversions.. CHAPTER 11 . AIRPORT SERVICES MANUAL PART 8 AIRPORT OPERATIONAL SERVICES FIRST EDITION - 1983 Approved by the Secretary General and published under his authority INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION . Airport Services Manual (Doc 9137-AN1898) Part 8 Airport Operational Services First Edition - 1983 . AMENDMENTS The issue of amendments is announced regularly in the ICAO Journal …

5.1 . Certification of airports . ICAO Annex 14, as from amendment 4, (applicable from November 2001) requires an international airport to be certified for safety purposes. ACI supports the general principles put forward by ICAO, although it believes that standards (basic requirements) should be distinguished from recommended practices and only standards should be part of the certification 5.1 . Certification of airports . ICAO Annex 14, as from amendment 4, (applicable from November 2001) requires an international airport to be certified for safety purposes. ACI supports the general principles put forward by ICAO, although it believes that standards (basic requirements) should be distinguished from recommended practices and only standards should be part of the certification

This manual is to be used in conjunction with the aircraft recovery manual published by the respective aircraft manufacturer. The information in this document is not intended to be used for any commercial purposes. In developing this manual, ICAO wishes to acknowledge the assistance of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). equipment has been included as an elementary part of the over-all airport maintenance task. Aircraft removal equipment represents a very special type of airport equipment. The material in this manual is complementary to the Airport Services Manual, Part 5, which deals with removal procedures.

equipment has been included as an elementary part of the over-all airport maintenance task. Aircraft removal equipment represents a very special type of airport equipment. The material in this manual is complementary to the Airport Services Manual, Part 5, which deals with removal procedures. ICAO 9337 PART*8 ** qBYl1Y3b 0038734 476 H (Vi) Airport Stvices Manual Page 10.3 Management by aerodrome authority or operating company.. 10.4 General.. 10.5 Apron management functions.. 10.6 Apron safety.. 10.7 Diversions.. CHAPTER 11 .

AIRPORT SERVICES MANUAL PART 8 AIRPORT OPERATIONAL SERVICES FIRST EDITION - 1983 Approved by the Secretary General and published under his authority INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION . Airport Services Manual (Doc 9137-AN1898) Part 8 Airport Operational Services First Edition - 1983 . AMENDMENTS The issue of amendments is announced regularly in the ICAO Journal … 5.1 . Certification of airports . ICAO Annex 14, as from amendment 4, (applicable from November 2001) requires an international airport to be certified for safety purposes. ACI supports the general principles put forward by ICAO, although it believes that standards (basic requirements) should be distinguished from recommended practices and only standards should be part of the certification

AIRPORT SERVICES MANUAL PART 8 AIRPORT OPERATIONAL SERVICES FIRST EDITION - 1983 Approved by the Secretary General and published under his authority INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION . Airport Services Manual (Doc 9137-AN1898) Part 8 Airport Operational Services First Edition - 1983 . AMENDMENTS The issue of amendments is announced regularly in the ICAO Journal … 5.1 . Certification of airports . ICAO Annex 14, as from amendment 4, (applicable from November 2001) requires an international airport to be certified for safety purposes. ACI supports the general principles put forward by ICAO, although it believes that standards (basic requirements) should be distinguished from recommended practices and only standards should be part of the certification

This manual is to be used in conjunction with the aircraft recovery manual published by the respective aircraft manufacturer. The information in this document is not intended to be used for any commercial purposes. In developing this manual, ICAO wishes to acknowledge the assistance of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). 5.1 . Certification of airports . ICAO Annex 14, as from amendment 4, (applicable from November 2001) requires an international airport to be certified for safety purposes. ACI supports the general principles put forward by ICAO, although it believes that standards (basic requirements) should be distinguished from recommended practices and only standards should be part of the certification

associated facilities and services. d b) Part ZZ Air Traffic Services Planning Manual were previously mentioned in ICAO documents, has been developed wherever it was found that a widespread need for guidance existed. In the latter case, the material in this manual is based on provisions of those States having already had a need to cover these aspects in their national documentation, on equipment has been included as an elementary part of the over-all airport maintenance task. Aircraft removal equipment represents a very special type of airport equipment. The material in this manual is complementary to the Airport Services Manual, Part 5, which deals with removal procedures.

This manual is to be used in conjunction with the aircraft recovery manual published by the respective aircraft manufacturer. The information in this document is not intended to be used for any commercial purposes. In developing this manual, ICAO wishes to acknowledge the assistance of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). equipment has been included as an elementary part of the over-all airport maintenance task. Aircraft removal equipment represents a very special type of airport equipment. The material in this manual is complementary to the Airport Services Manual, Part 5, which deals with removal procedures.

. associated facilities and services. d b) Part ZZ Air Traffic Services Planning Manual were previously mentioned in ICAO documents, has been developed wherever it was found that a widespread need for guidance existed. In the latter case, the material in this manual is based on provisions of those States having already had a need to cover these aspects in their national documentation, on, AIRPORT SERVICES MANUAL PART 8 AIRPORT OPERATIONAL SERVICES FIRST EDITION - 1983 Approved by the Secretary General and published under his authority INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION . Airport Services Manual (Doc 9137-AN1898) Part 8 Airport Operational Services First Edition - 1983 . AMENDMENTS The issue of amendments is announced regularly in the ICAO Journal ….

the icao airport services manual part 5

. This manual is to be used in conjunction with the aircraft recovery manual published by the respective aircraft manufacturer. The information in this document is not intended to be used for any commercial purposes. In developing this manual, ICAO wishes to acknowledge the assistance of the International Air Transport Association (IATA)., equipment has been included as an elementary part of the over-all airport maintenance task. Aircraft removal equipment represents a very special type of airport equipment. The material in this manual is complementary to the Airport Services Manual, Part 5, which deals with removal procedures..

the icao airport services manual part 5

. AIRPORT SERVICES MANUAL PART 8 AIRPORT OPERATIONAL SERVICES FIRST EDITION - 1983 Approved by the Secretary General and published under his authority INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION . Airport Services Manual (Doc 9137-AN1898) Part 8 Airport Operational Services First Edition - 1983 . AMENDMENTS The issue of amendments is announced regularly in the ICAO Journal … https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_airports_in_Florida ICAO 9337 PART*8 ** qBYl1Y3b 0038734 476 H (Vi) Airport Stvices Manual Page 10.3 Management by aerodrome authority or operating company.. 10.4 General.. 10.5 Apron management functions.. 10.6 Apron safety.. 10.7 Diversions.. CHAPTER 11 ..

the icao airport services manual part 5


5.1 . Certification of airports . ICAO Annex 14, as from amendment 4, (applicable from November 2001) requires an international airport to be certified for safety purposes. ACI supports the general principles put forward by ICAO, although it believes that standards (basic requirements) should be distinguished from recommended practices and only standards should be part of the certification associated facilities and services. d b) Part ZZ Air Traffic Services Planning Manual were previously mentioned in ICAO documents, has been developed wherever it was found that a widespread need for guidance existed. In the latter case, the material in this manual is based on provisions of those States having already had a need to cover these aspects in their national documentation, on

associated facilities and services. d b) Part ZZ Air Traffic Services Planning Manual were previously mentioned in ICAO documents, has been developed wherever it was found that a widespread need for guidance existed. In the latter case, the material in this manual is based on provisions of those States having already had a need to cover these aspects in their national documentation, on equipment has been included as an elementary part of the over-all airport maintenance task. Aircraft removal equipment represents a very special type of airport equipment. The material in this manual is complementary to the Airport Services Manual, Part 5, which deals with removal procedures.

5.1 . Certification of airports . ICAO Annex 14, as from amendment 4, (applicable from November 2001) requires an international airport to be certified for safety purposes. ACI supports the general principles put forward by ICAO, although it believes that standards (basic requirements) should be distinguished from recommended practices and only standards should be part of the certification 5.1 . Certification of airports . ICAO Annex 14, as from amendment 4, (applicable from November 2001) requires an international airport to be certified for safety purposes. ACI supports the general principles put forward by ICAO, although it believes that standards (basic requirements) should be distinguished from recommended practices and only standards should be part of the certification

associated facilities and services. d b) Part ZZ Air Traffic Services Planning Manual were previously mentioned in ICAO documents, has been developed wherever it was found that a widespread need for guidance existed. In the latter case, the material in this manual is based on provisions of those States having already had a need to cover these aspects in their national documentation, on associated facilities and services. d b) Part ZZ Air Traffic Services Planning Manual were previously mentioned in ICAO documents, has been developed wherever it was found that a widespread need for guidance existed. In the latter case, the material in this manual is based on provisions of those States having already had a need to cover these aspects in their national documentation, on

AIRPORT SERVICES MANUAL PART 8 AIRPORT OPERATIONAL SERVICES FIRST EDITION - 1983 Approved by the Secretary General and published under his authority INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION . Airport Services Manual (Doc 9137-AN1898) Part 8 Airport Operational Services First Edition - 1983 . AMENDMENTS The issue of amendments is announced regularly in the ICAO Journal … This manual is to be used in conjunction with the aircraft recovery manual published by the respective aircraft manufacturer. The information in this document is not intended to be used for any commercial purposes. In developing this manual, ICAO wishes to acknowledge the assistance of the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

AIRPORT SERVICES MANUAL PART 8 AIRPORT OPERATIONAL SERVICES FIRST EDITION - 1983 Approved by the Secretary General and published under his authority INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION . Airport Services Manual (Doc 9137-AN1898) Part 8 Airport Operational Services First Edition - 1983 . AMENDMENTS The issue of amendments is announced regularly in the ICAO Journal … This manual is to be used in conjunction with the aircraft recovery manual published by the respective aircraft manufacturer. The information in this document is not intended to be used for any commercial purposes. In developing this manual, ICAO wishes to acknowledge the assistance of the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

AIRPORT SERVICES MANUAL PART 8 AIRPORT OPERATIONAL SERVICES FIRST EDITION - 1983 Approved by the Secretary General and published under his authority INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION . Airport Services Manual (Doc 9137-AN1898) Part 8 Airport Operational Services First Edition - 1983 . AMENDMENTS The issue of amendments is announced regularly in the ICAO Journal … This manual is to be used in conjunction with the aircraft recovery manual published by the respective aircraft manufacturer. The information in this document is not intended to be used for any commercial purposes. In developing this manual, ICAO wishes to acknowledge the assistance of the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

ICAO 9337 PART*8 ** qBYl1Y3b 0038734 476 H (Vi) Airport Stvices Manual Page 10.3 Management by aerodrome authority or operating company.. 10.4 General.. 10.5 Apron management functions.. 10.6 Apron safety.. 10.7 Diversions.. CHAPTER 11 . ICAO 9337 PART*8 ** qBYl1Y3b 0038734 476 H (Vi) Airport Stvices Manual Page 10.3 Management by aerodrome authority or operating company.. 10.4 General.. 10.5 Apron management functions.. 10.6 Apron safety.. 10.7 Diversions.. CHAPTER 11 .

equipment has been included as an elementary part of the over-all airport maintenance task. Aircraft removal equipment represents a very special type of airport equipment. The material in this manual is complementary to the Airport Services Manual, Part 5, which deals with removal procedures. 5.1 . Certification of airports . ICAO Annex 14, as from amendment 4, (applicable from November 2001) requires an international airport to be certified for safety purposes. ACI supports the general principles put forward by ICAO, although it believes that standards (basic requirements) should be distinguished from recommended practices and only standards should be part of the certification

This manual is to be used in conjunction with the aircraft recovery manual published by the respective aircraft manufacturer. The information in this document is not intended to be used for any commercial purposes. In developing this manual, ICAO wishes to acknowledge the assistance of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). ICAO 9337 PART*8 ** qBYl1Y3b 0038734 476 H (Vi) Airport Stvices Manual Page 10.3 Management by aerodrome authority or operating company.. 10.4 General.. 10.5 Apron management functions.. 10.6 Apron safety.. 10.7 Diversions.. CHAPTER 11 .

AIRPORT SERVICES MANUAL PART 8 AIRPORT OPERATIONAL SERVICES FIRST EDITION - 1983 Approved by the Secretary General and published under his authority INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION . Airport Services Manual (Doc 9137-AN1898) Part 8 Airport Operational Services First Edition - 1983 . AMENDMENTS The issue of amendments is announced regularly in the ICAO Journal … ICAO 9337 PART*8 ** qBYl1Y3b 0038734 476 H (Vi) Airport Stvices Manual Page 10.3 Management by aerodrome authority or operating company.. 10.4 General.. 10.5 Apron management functions.. 10.6 Apron safety.. 10.7 Diversions.. CHAPTER 11 .

5.1 . Certification of airports . ICAO Annex 14, as from amendment 4, (applicable from November 2001) requires an international airport to be certified for safety purposes. ACI supports the general principles put forward by ICAO, although it believes that standards (basic requirements) should be distinguished from recommended practices and only standards should be part of the certification equipment has been included as an elementary part of the over-all airport maintenance task. Aircraft removal equipment represents a very special type of airport equipment. The material in this manual is complementary to the Airport Services Manual, Part 5, which deals with removal procedures.