Aircraft Limitations

Aircraft Limitations

All Aircraft:
No Person shall operate any Aircraft to, from, or on the Airport which is not equipped with:
  • Brakes or other positive means to assure adequate ground control
  • An operable two-way radio capable of communicating with the Airport control tower.

 

No Person shall operate any Aircraft to, from, or on the Airport which:

  • Has a tip-to-tip wingspan of greater than 95 feet
  • Has a Maximum Allowable Gross Landing Weight in excess of 100,000 pounds dual wheel or 160,000 pounds dual tandem wheel

 

Stage I Aircraft:
No Person shall operate any Aircraft to, from, or on the Airport that is Stage I, pursuant to the noise rating standards of FAR Part 36.

 

Stage II Aircraft:
No Person shall conduct any Nighttime Operations in an Aircraft that is certificated as Stage 2, pursuant to the noise rating standards of FAR Part 36.

 

Stage III Aircraft:
No Person shall arrive at the Airport in an Aircraft that is certificated as Stage III, pursuant to the noise rating standards of FAR Part 36, between 11:00 P.M. and 7:00 A.M. local time.
No Person shall depart from the Airport in an Aircraft that is certificated as Stage III between 10:30 P.M. and 7:00 A.M. local time.