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ATSAP Briefing Sheet

Please post throughout your facility, and utilize the subject and lessons learned during crew briefings as a method to raise awareness within the workforce.

Intersecting Runway Departures

The reports used in this week’s briefing sheet are all from the same event. Through
The reports used in this week’s
briefing sheet are all from the
same event.
Through their experience and the
sharing of their insight into this
event, the reporters have helped
to raise awareness of a safety
issue at their facility. They did a
great job or recognizing the
situation as it developed by
immediately coordinating for
control of the other RY.

January 29, 2010

coordinating for control of the other RY. January 29, 2010 JO 7110.65 3-7-1 GROUND TRAFFIC MOVEMENT

JO 7110.65 3-7-1 GROUND TRAFFIC MOVEMENT

d. State the runway intersection when authorizing an aircraft to taxi into position to hold or when clearing an aircraft for takeoff from an intersection.

PHRASEOLOGY-

RUNWAY (number) AT (taxiway designator) (further instructions as

needed).

RUNWAY (number) AT (taxiway designator), POSITION AND HOLD.

If requested or required,

RUNWAY (number) AT (taxiway designator) INTERSECTION DEPARTURE, (remaining length) FEET AVAILABLE

De-Identified Reports:

LC OJTI:

N125SJ called ready on RY01 holding short of RY12. My developmental said;"turn left heading 340, RY12 at RY01 cleared for takeoff." I keyed up and told him no delay because of aircraft on final for RY12. We saw N125SJ start his roll on RY01. I called Ground control and asked for RY01/19. Once N125SJ was airborne we told him to fly heading 340 and watched him to make sure he was established on this heading. Then we told him to contact Departure. We saw the CIC in tower was calling downstairs and advising them of situation.

Recommendation:

Phraseology maybe should leave out the RY for the intersection.

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Weekly Statistics

Eligible Facilities

214

Eligible Employees

12000+

Total Reports

11905

Reports Filed this Week

210

Weekly Watch Item:

Phraseology Is prescribed

phraseology confusing? Is it con- tributory to a safety issue?

Let us know

By submitting your reports, you contribute important safety information that will help the ATO identify negative trends, safety issues, and procedural deficiencies.

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ATSAP Briefing Sheet

ATSAP Briefing Sheet CIC: N125SJ wanted Runway 12 at Runway 01/19. He was cleared turn left

CIC:

N125SJ wanted Runway 12 at Runway 01/19. He was cleared turn left heading 340 Runway 12 at Runway 01 cleared for takeoff. The pilot replied back, roger, cleared for takeoff. He then started taking off of Runway 01 instead of Runway 12 at the intersection of Runway 12. As the pilot appeared to be departing off the wrong Runway, control of Runway 01/19 was immediately taken from GC.

Recommendation:

New phraseology for intersection departures when using another Runway as the intersection

GC:

N125SJ was taxied out to Runway 12 at Hotel for an intersection departure. After N125SJ crossed Runway 01 on his way to the Hotel Intersection he asked to use Runway01. I very clearly and distinctly asked him to "Verify you want a Runway 12 Intersection Departure at Runway01?" The pilot replied in the affirmative and said "That will do."

I instructed N125SJ to hold his position and contact Tower. I told the Local Control position of the aircraft's intentions and gave them control. I noticed the aircraft moving in a direction contrary to the clearance and gave Local Control Runway01 and N125SJ departed on it.

ATSAP Positives

Even though the controller used the prescribed phraseology, is there a potential for this to
Even though the controller used
the prescribed phraseology, is
there a potential for this to occur
at your facility? If it is, what is the
best way to address this potential
safety issue?
Are there opportunities to educate
local flight schools or FBOs?

Event: A safety event occurred that was not reported to management, however was reported via ATSAP in accordance with N JO 7210.705. Positive: The submitter self-identified and documented his/her mistakes and proac- tively implemented procedures that he/she will use to ensure the event does not hap- pen again. Such procedures include asking for a coordinator to better manage distrac- tions and reinforced memory aids.

Issue: ATSAP reports identified a potential safety issue after several aircraft were de- viated from their amended routes received via Preferred Departure Clearance (PDC) for a particular Preferred Departure Route (PDR). The PDR was misleading. Pilots were flying direct to a fix instead of following the airway as intended. Positive: The ATSAP office helped facilitate discussion to expedite a fix. A modifica- tion to the PDC/PDR is scheduled, controllers were briefed, and pilot training was rec- ommended.

By submitting your reports, you contribute important safety information that will help the ATO identify negative trends, safety issues, and procedural deficiencies.

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