Runway plans and profiles (RPP).
Tabulated operational data (TOD).
Notes and legends (NL).
Each section (all contents, portrayal, and general format) should conform to the sheet style (obstruction
chart [OC] 000) represented in FAA 405. The AOC is published on E50 chart paper (or equivalent)
with border dimensions of 30 x 42 or 30 x 48 inches. The long dimension may be either in the north-
south or east-west direction and should have a 34-inch space between the border and the trim line. In
cases where the AP and RPP will not fit on the front of the chart, the RPP is printed on the back.
b. Airport Plan. The depiction of the AP depends on the surface type and whether an obstruction
survey was accomplished. A detailed explanation of what pertinent information to depict is included in
FAA 405, Section 10.1.3. For example, an AP for a specially prepared hard surface (SPHS) runway will
include information on the--
Runway length and width.
Physical end of the runway.
c. Runway Plans and Profiles. A detailed explanation of what pertinent information to depict is
included in FAA 405, Section 10.1.4. The RPP should include--
The proper angular orientation.