- runway-holding positionA designated position intended to protect a runway, an obstacle limitation surface, or an ILS/MLS critical/sensitive area at which taxiing aircraft and vehicles shall stop and hold, unless otherwise authorized by the aerodrome control tower.Note.— In radiotelephony phraseologies, the expression “holding point” is used to designate the runway-holding position.(AN 2; AN 4; AN 14/I; PANS-ATM)Official definition added to: AN 2 by Amdt 35 (04/11/1999), AN 4 by Amdt 52 (01/11/2001), AN 14/1 by Amdt 3 (04/11/1999), PANS-RAC by Amdt 3 (04/11/1999), and modified by Amdt 7 to AN 14/I (24/11/2005), Amdt 38 to AN 2 (24/11/2005) and Amdt 4 to PANS-ATM (24/11/2005).Note: The note to the official definition appears only in Annex 2 and PANS-ATM.место ожидания у ВППОпределённое место, предназначенное для защиты ВПП, поверхности ограничения препятствий или критической/чувствительной зоны ILS/MLS, в котором рулящие воздушные суда и транспортные средства останавливаются и ожидают, если нет иного указания от аэродромного диспетчерского пункта.Примечание. В радиотелефонной фразеологии выражение ‘точка ожидания’ используется для обозначения места ожидания у ВПП.
International Civil Aviation Vocabulary (English-Russian). 2014.
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