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A TLOF may be situated on a Runway (of type equal-to 'FATO') or directly at an AirportHeliport (i.e. the TLOF may form an integral part of the FATO or be situated apart).

A TLOF is may be identified by its designator.

The extend of the TLOF may also be described ba the ElevatedSurface class. In addition, its dimension may be described by a length and a width.The extend of the TLOF may also be described ba the ElevatedSurface class.

A TLOF may have a centre point. In AIXM 5.1(.1), this is modelled with an association with role aimingPoint, using the ElevatedPoint class.

Warning
titleAIXM 5.1(.1) issue

The aiming point is not the same position as the centre point of a TLOF. According to ICAO Annex 14, Volume II,

The geographical coordinates of the geometric centre of the TLOF and/or of each threshold of the

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FATO (where appropriate) shall be measured and reported to the aeronautical information services authority

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An aiming point marking should be provided at a heliport where it is necessary for a pilot to make an approach to a particular point before proceeding to the TLOF.

The aiming point marking shall be located within the FATO.

The name of the relationship hasAimingPoint and the property TLOF.aimingPoint are not correct, as they were intended to model the centre of the TLOF, not the "aiming point".

A change proposal is discussed in the AIXM CCB, see issue AIXM-268

The surface material and strengths of a TLOF is modelled by using an association with the SurfaceCharacteristics class (see also Surface Characteristics [SCH]).