Runway End Safety Areas

CLICK HERE TO READ RESA PAPER:

Don't believe Porter Airlines / Ports Toronto's spin that the runways will need to be extended anyway:

Transport Canada will, in the foreseeable future, require airports like BBTCA to implement Runway End Safety

Areas (RESAs) of 150 metres in length at both ends of runways. BBTCA currently lacks RESAs. The RESA

requirement can be met in a variety of ways.

The best RESA implementation, assuming a “no jets” scenario, involves taxiway redesign on the existing

landmass, providing a cost effective solution that complies with the Tripartite Agreement governing airport

operations.

 

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