Published on October 25, 2012, 6:17 pm

Taxiway can turn landing runway on Viracopos Airport, Brazil

After the accident that left Viracopos Airport in Campinas, closed for about 45 hours for takeoffs and landings, the discussion in search of an alternative to airports that have a single clue is growing.
One possibility that is being designed by the concessionaire to take over the Viracopos operations would be the adaptation of taxiways to be a landing runway and takeoff.

The taxiways correspond to paths that connect the runway to takeoff and passenger terminals.
This measure has already been discussed for the largest airports in the country that have only one track that, like Viracopos, are subject to complete closure of any problems elapsed.

According to the rules of ANAC, to receive takeoffs and landings, a track must have some standards that the range can be adapted, since it has 3.2 kilometers long and 23 meters wide.

Newsroom, with G1 information