runway length

runway length
i. As it pertains to landing, the measured length from the threshold to the end of the runway.
ii. As it pertains to takeoff, the measured length from where the takeoff is designated to begin to the end of the runway.
Runway lights.
iii. Physically, the actual measured length of the runway.

Aviation dictionary. 2014.

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