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Old 5th Jan 2017, 12:00
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Runway Designation

This may be blindingly obvious but for some reason I cannot find the relevant reference, so....

Is it possible for someone to point me at the correct reference to an ICAO Doc/Annex or CAP which stipulates the relationship between a Runway's Designation and the Runway's magnetic bearing please?

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http://www.icao.int/safety/implement...ome%20stds.pdf

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Annex 14 Vol 1

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5.2.2.4 A runway designation marking shall consist of a two-digit number and on parallel runways shall be supplemented with a letter. On a single runway, dual parallel runways and triple parallel runways the two-digit number shall be the whole number nearest the one-tenth of the magnetic North when viewed from the direction of approach. On four or more parallel runways, one set of adjacent runways shall be numbered to the nearest one-tenth magnetic azimuth and the other set of adjacent runways numbered to the next nearest one-tenth of the magnetic azimuth. When the above rule would give a single digit number, it shall be preceded by a zero.
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