• 1. Are the surfaces intact and not decaying? (If decaying, is AM Ops notified to submit a Form 332 to CE for repairs)

  • 2. Are sufficient static grounding points available to facilitate aircraft servicing?

  • 3. Are adequate lines painted to ensure safe movement of aircraft and vehicles in the ramp area?

  • 4. Are taxiway hold lines properly placed and visible?

  • 5. Are obstructions at least 250 feet from the edges of taxiways?

  • 6. Are all ramp and taxi markings on the pavement visible?

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