Liverpool John Lennon Airport New Declared Distances (O/shoot Landing/Takeoff O/run) for Runway 09

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Lawrence Jones

Dear Civil Aviation Authority,

The original Liverpool John Lennon Airport runway declared distances for runway 09, prior to the implementation of Halton granted planning permission 12/00282/FUL, are depicted in Table 1 [1], together with the overshoot/overrun RESA figure [2].

The declared distances and RESA values will have changed as a consequence of the implemented planning permission 12/00282/FUL.

Please state – in full – the new declared distances and RESA figure
TORA TODA ASDA LDA RESA/o/shoot/o/run
2162m 2364 2162 2101 161 x 92m

Table 1: Original runway 09 declared distances

Thanking you in advance.

Yours faithfully,

(Dr.) Lawrence Jones

References
[1] UK Civil Aviation Authority ‘Licensing Details of UK Airports’ Civil Aviation Authority Aerodrome Certificate UK: EGGP – 001 (Version 2) 5th December 2017

[2] ‘Particulars of the Aerodrome Site’, Liverpool John Lennon Airport Aerodrome Manual, Part C, 2015 p7

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