Heliports and stol ports, Civil Engineering

Heliports and Stol Ports:

Heliports

Heliports are facilities for landing and take-off of helicopters. They consist of :

(a) Landing and take-off area, which contains the touch-down area

(b) Apron

(c) Terminal building

The layout is given in Figure 1.

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Figure : Heliport Layout

STOL Ports

STOL means Short Take-off and Landing. Special aircraft having facility for such operation can use the STOL ports. The runways are generally less than 600 m in length and the width of the runway is about 30 m.

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