ACC PCR – The FAA’s New Standard for Reporting Airfield Pavement Strength Live Webinar

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This ACC webinar covers Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Advisory Circular 150/5335-5D, Standardizing Method of Reporting Airport Pavement Strength – PCR, which was released on April 29, 2022, and requires all public use paved runways at all 14 CFR Part 139 certificated airports be assigned gross weight and PCR data by September 30, 2024. 

During the program, instructors will define both the Pavement Classification Rating (PCR) and Aircraft Classification Rating (ACR) and how the ACR-PCR methodology works. An FAA representative will discuss the driving forces behind the move from the ACN-PCN system to the new ACR-PCR system and the requirements for reporting pavement strength. The program will also cover the inputs that go into the determination of the PCR and using the ACR-PCR system to assess whether aircraft can or should operate at an airport or a certain facility. The methodology for determining PCRs uses an elastic layered approach within FAARFIELD, which will briefly be discussed. The interpretation of the results from FAARFIELD and selection of the PCR, along with how runway PCRs are reported in the Airport Master Record will also be presented. Finally, an example problem illustrating how to determine PCRs using FAARFIELD will be highlighted.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

At the end of this ACC webinar, participants will be able to:
• Explain the reasons FAA switched from PCN to PCR for reporting airfield pavement strength. 
• Identify the mandatory and voluntary requirements for determining and reporting PCRs. 
• Describe the required inputs and process for determining PCR, as well as how to compare to ACRs to assess the ability of aircraft to operate safely and without causing excessive damage. 
• Recognize how to use FAARFIELD to determine PCRs. 

PRESENTERS 

• Monty Wade, P.E., President, Applied Pavement Technology, Inc.(Moderator)
• Genevieve Long, P.E., LEED AP, Program Director, Applied Pavement Technology, Inc.
• Harold Honey, P.E., PMP, Senior Airfield Pavement Engineer, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
• Jeff Crislip, Senior Airfield Pavement Engineer, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)                       

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ACC PCR – The FAA’s New Standard for Reporting Airfield Pavement Strength Live Webinar
06/23/2022 at 1:00 PM (EDT)   |  90 minutes
06/23/2022 at 1:00 PM (EDT)   |  90 minutes
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