Chapter 22. Municipal Airport
Sec. 22-50. Multiple services.
(1) Statement of concept. A multiple services operator shall be one who engages in any two or more of the aeronautical services for which minimum standards have been provided in this article.
(2) Minimum standards; combinations not including fuels and oil dispensing service. Minimum standards for a multiple services operator shall be as follows:
- The operator shall lease from the city an area not less than 11,000 square feet of ground space (4,000 for repair shop only combinations) for aircraft storage, parking and other use in accordance with the services to be offered, and on which shall be erected a building to provide at least 4,000 square feet (4,000 square feet for repair shop only combinations) for aircraft storage and at least 1,000 square feet (500 square feet for repair shop only combinations) of floor space for office, customer lounge and restrooms, which shall be properly heated and lighted, and shall provide telephone facilities for customer use.
- If flight training is one of the multiple services offered, the operator shall provide classroom and briefing room facilities in the building mentioned in subsection (2)(a) of this section.
- If crop dusting, aerial application or other use of chemicals are part of the multiple services offered, the operator shall provide a centrally drained, paved area of not less than 2,500 square feet for aircraft loading, washing and servicing. The operator shall also provide for the safe storage and containment of noxious chemical matters. Such facilities will be in a location on the airport which will provide the greatest safeguard to the public.
- The operator shall provide auto parking space within the leased area to accommodate at least seven automobiles.
- The operator shall provide a paved walkway within the leased area to accommodate pedestrian access to the operator's office.
- The operator shall provide a paved aircraft apron within the leased area to accommodate aircraft movement from the operator's building to the taxiway or the access to the taxiway that has been or will be provided for the operator.
- The operator shall comply with the aircraft requirements, including the equipment thereon, for each aeronautical service to be performed except as hereinafter provided.
- Multiple uses can be made of all aircraft except aircraft used for crop dusting, aerial application or other commercial use of chemicals.
- The operator, except if he is performing combinations of multiple services for which aircraft are not required, shall have available and based at the airport, either owned by the operator or under written lease to the operator, not less than two certified and currently airworthy aircraft. These aircraft shall be equipped and capable of flight to meet the minimum standards as herein provided for each aeronautical service to be performed.
- The operator shall provide the equipment and services required to meet the minimum standards as hereinbefore provided for each aeronautical service the operator is performing.
- The operator shall obtain, as a minimum, that insurance coverage which is equal to the highest individual insurance requirement of all the aeronautical services being performed by the operator.
- The operator shall adhere to the hours of operation required for each aeronautical service being performed.
- The operator shall have in his employ, and on duty during the appropriate business hours, trained personnel in such numbers as are required to meet the minimum standards for each aeronautical service the operator is performing as herein provided. Multiple responsibilities may be assigned to meet the personnel requirements for each aeronautical service being performed by the operator, except such multiple responsibilities may not be assigned to the Federal Aviation Administration certified repair stations.
(Code 1982, § 21.29)
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