The line is the ILS hold line. All aircraft are suppose to hold short of it anytime another aircraft is flying the ILS.
If you read my comment above, I was just trying to make the explaining easier for others to understand. Take care.
I really enjoyed this tip as well as some of the guys adding the correct terminology for ILS hold short line. Look at me talking like a pro 😁
That’s what it is, I thought it was like underground piping or something xD
Thanks, and yes, this community always seems to be willing to give help whenever it’s needed!
Thanks for tip! I actually didn’t even know about this.
Very informative post - I had no idea! :)
Thanks, new info for me
Sorry, just making sure you knew.
It’s totally fine. Your comment was a good help for those who didn’t know!
This is also shown in here:
I already knew this information but it still serves as a good resource for others - great job!
Yes, I knew very well about pages like this, although, people are most likely not going to be researching this kind of thing so I thought that I would make a post to bring attention to it once again as it seems that not too many people know. Thanks for sharing though. :)
Thanks for clearing that up :)
Talking about hold short lines: Here’s a friendly reminder to everyone who still didn’t get this:
very nice and informative post
Wow, I never really knew that these even existed up until recently xD
You’re not the only one. Most people don’t notice them because they’re taxiing 30kts. 😂
Haha, your probably right…
You need to be a regular after you made this post! Thanks for warning me!
Thanks, and anytime for this community!
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