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process should include an assessment of which FIG 4-3-9 LAHSO combinations would work for them given Land and Hold Short of a Designated Point their aircraft's required landing distance. Good pilot on a Runway Other Than an Intersecting decision making is knowing in advance whether one Runway or Taxiway can accept a LAHSO clearance if offered.
FIG 4-3-7 Land and Hold Short of an Intersecting Runway EXAMPLE- FIG 4-3-9 - holding short at a designated point may be required to avoid conflicts with the runway safety 5. If, for any reason, such as difficulty in area/flight path of a nearby runway. discerning the location of a LAHSO intersection, NOTE- wind conditions, aircraft condition, etc., the pilot Each figure shows the approximate location of LAHSO elects to request to land on the full length of the markings, signage, and in-pavement lighting when runway, to land on another runway, or to decline installed. LAHSO, a pilot is expected to promptly inform air REFERENCE- AIM, Chapter 2, Aeronautical Lighting and Other Airport Visual Aids. traffic, ideally even before the clearance is issued. A LAHSO clearance, once accepted, must be
FIG 4-3-8 adhered to, just as any other ATC clearance, Land and Hold Short of an Intersecting Taxiway unless an amended clearance is obtained or an emergency occurs. A LAHSO clearance does not preclude a rejected landing. 6. A pilot who accepts a LAHSO clearance should land and exit the runway at the first convenient taxiway (unless directed otherwise) before reaching the hold short point. Otherwise, the pilot must stop and hold at the hold short point. If a rejected landing becomes necessary after accepting a LAHSO clearance, the pilot should maintain safe separa- tion from other aircraft or vehicles, and should promptly notify the controller. Airport Operations 4-3-15

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