150/5300-13 - Airport Design (Cancelled)

Cancellation Notes
AC 150/5300-13A
Date Cancelled
September 28, 2012
Date Issued
September 29, 1989
Responsible Office
AAS-100,  Office of Airport Safety & Standards - Airport Engineering Division
Description

This advisory circular (AC) provides standards and recommendations for airport design. Consolidated file contains Changes 1-18.

We expect to publish an update to this AC in September 2012. Learn more about the changes planned for AC 150/5300-13A.

Because of the size of this document, it is available as one large file (see Complete Consolidated) or as several smaller files (see Parts 1-4).

Changes

Change Title Date
5

Change 5 - Airport Design

Provides guidance to assist airport sponsors in their evaluation and preparation of the airport landing surface to support instrument approach procedures and incorporates change 4 criteria into the airport layout plan preparation guidance.

02/14/1997
6

Change 6 - Airport Design

Provides expanded guidance for new approach procedures and incorporates new Flight Standards requirements.
09/30/2000
7

Change 7 - Airport Design

Provides new guidance consistent with Runway Safety Area Program requirments, clarifies nighttime threshold siting requirements, and revises new instrument approach procedures and requirements for preparing airport layout plans.
10/01/2002
8

Change 8 - Airport Design

Removes Precision Object Free Area (POFA) and establishes Precision Obstacle Free Zone (POFZ), changes standards for the Runway Safety Area, and revises Appendix 2 to allow for greater flexibility in threshold siting criteria.
09/30/2004
9

Change 9 - Airport Design

Corrects Table 3-3 and revises Appendix 2 to include standards for runway end siting requirements, including a new 40:1 departure surface.
09/26/2005
10

Change 10 - Airport Design

Adds information about tail heights and a table specifying wingspan and tail heights for each Airplane Design Group to Chapter 1, a paragraph about End-Around Taxiways and associated figures and tables to Chapter 4, and a new Appendix 17, Minimum Distances Between Certain Airport Features and Any On-Airport Agriculture Crops. Includes changes to Chapter 1; Tables 2-1, 2-2, 3-1, 3-2, and 3-3; Chapter 4; Appendix 2, and Appendix 16. Cancels Appendices 6 and 7. See also Errata Sheet below.
09/29/2006
11

Change 11 - Airport Design

Clarifies the standard for the Runway Protection Zone (RPZ), makes an editorial correction to Table 3-3, and updates the Table of Contents and Figure 2-3.
03/28/2007
12

Change 12 - Airport Design

Reschedules the One Engine Inoperative (OEI) implementation date from January 1, 2008, to January 1, 2009. Also requires end-around taxiway projects to be pre-approved by the Office of Airport Safety and Standards, Airport Engineering Division; changes the applicability of Appendix 2, paragraph 3b, to allow the use of these standards to object to objects affecting navigable airspace relative to 14 CFR Part 77; and identifies what Airport Airspace Analysis Survey criteria to use based on current or planned instrument approaches serving the runway ends.
01/03/2008
13

Change 13 - Airport Design

Moves data from Table 1 of Advisory Circular (AC) 150/5340-18D, Standards for Airport Sign Systems, into Tables 2-1 and 2-2 of this AC. A new paragraph 213 includes the information from Table 1 and additional information about this change.
06/19/2008
14

Change 14 - Airport Design

This Change reschedules the One Engine Inoperative (OEI) implementation date from January 1, 2009, to January 1, 2010.
11/01/2008
15

Change 15 - Airport Design

Reschedules the One Engine Inoperative (OEI) implementation date from January 1, 2009, to January 1, 2010. The change also (1) revises table 1-1 to remove the increase in RSA width for an airport reference code (ARC) upgrade from aircraft approach category C to D due to an increase in airport elevation, (2) revises table 2-2 to increase 1 foot per 100 feet increase above sea level all distances for all items for Aircraft Approach Category D to comply with Terminal Instrument Procedures (TERPS), and (3) revises Appendix 14 to include the use of declared distances when the runway threshold is displaced due to obstructions and to clarify the airport owner’s responsibility to provide declared distances for inclusion in the Airport/Facility Directory for each operational runway direction.

12/31/2009
16

Change 16 - Airport Design

Reschedules the One Engine Inoperative (OEI) implementation date from January 1, 2011, to January 1, 2012.
 

01/03/2011
17

Change 17 - Airport Design

09/30/2011
18

Change 18 - Airport Design

Removes the One Engine Inoperative (OEI) implementation date of January 1, 2012, as well as Figure A2-4, One-Engine Inoperative (OEI) Obstacle Identification Surface (62.5:1). Explains the FAA is developing a National OEI Policy based on the recommendations from the National OEI Pilot Project.

The consolidated version of AC 150/5300-13 includes this Change.

12/30/2011