Notice Of Landing Area Proposal
Notice Of Landing Area Proposal Form. This is a Official Federal Forms form and can be use in Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
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Form approved OMB No. 2120-0036 02/28/2007 NOTICE OF LANDING AREA PROPOSAL U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration Name of Proponent, Individual , or Organization Address of Proponent, Individual , or Organization (No., Street, City, State, Zip Code) Check if the property owner’s name and address are different than above, and list property owner’s name and address on the reverse. Establishment or Activation Alteration A. Location of Landing Area 1. Associated City/State Airport Heliport Ultraflight Flightpark Seaplane Base Vertiport Other (Specify) 2. County/State (Physical Location of Airport) 4. Name of Landing Area 5. Latitude °‰ B. Purpose Type Use Public Private Private Use of Public Land/Waters } OF Deactivation or abandonment Change of Status ’‰ ” 6. Longitude °‰ 3. Distance and Direction From Associated City or Town Miles 7. Elevation ’‰ If Change of Status or Alteration, Describe Change Construction Dates Establishment or change to traffic pattern (Describe on reverse) Ref. A5 above Direction From Landing Area C. Other Landing Areas Distance From Landing Area Direction ” D. Landing Area Data 1. Airport, Seaplane Base, or Flightpark Magnetic Bearing of Runway (s) or Sealane To Begin/Began Est. Completion Existing (if any) Rwy #1 Rwy #2 Proposed Rwy #3 Rwy Rwy Rwy Length of Runway (s) or Sealane (s) in Feet Width of Runway (s) or Sealane (s) in Feet Type of Runway Surface (Concrete, Asphalt, Turf, Etc.) 2. Heliport Dimensions of Final Approach and Take off Area (FATO) in Feet Dimensions of Touchdown and Lift-Off Area (TLOF) in Feet Magnetic Direction of Ingress/Egress Direction E. Obstructions Type Height Above Landing. Area Distance From Landing Area From Landing Area Routes Type of Surface (Turf, concrete, rooftop, etc.) 3. All Landing Areas Description of Lighting (If any) Direction of Prevailing Wind F. Operational Data 1. Estimated or Actual Number Based Aircraft Airport, Flightpark, Seaplane base Present (If est. indicate by letter “E”) Anticipated 5 Years Hence Heliport Present (If est. indicate by letter “E”) Present (If est. indicate by letter “E”) Multi-engine Anticipated 5 Years Hence Under 3500 lbs. MGW Single-engine Anticipated 5 Years Hence Over 3500 lbs. MGW Glider G. Other Considerations Identification Direction Distance From Landing Area From Landing Area 2. Average Number Monthly Landings Present (If est. indicate by letter “E”) Anticipated 5 Years Hence Jet Helicopter Turboprop Ultralight Prop Glider 3. Are IFR Procedures For The Airport Anticipated No Yes Within Years H. Application for Airport Licensing Has Been Made Not Required Will Be Made State Type Navaid: County Municipal Authority I. CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that all of the above statements made by me are true and complete to the best of my knowledge. Signature (in ink) Name, title (and address if different than above) of person filing this notice -- type or print Date of Signature Telephone No. (Precede with area code) FAA Form 7480-1 (1-93) Supersedes Previous Edition Central Region Electronic Revision per ACE-625 (March, 2000) American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com Paperwork Reduction Act Statement: The information collected on this form is necessary because it is the description of the physical and operational characteristics of the airport that will be on file with the FAA. The information on all airports will be maintained in FAA computers for record keeping purposes and used in airspace studies. Some of the information on public use airports is safety-critical and will be published in flight information handbooks and charts for pilot use. The burden associated with completing this form is estimated to be 30 minutes. Providing this information is mandatory if the proponent wishes to have the airport on file with the FAA and entered into the National Airspace System No assurances of confidentiality are given. An agency may not conduct or sponsor, and a person is not required to respond to, a collection of information unless it displays a currently valid OMB control number. The OMB control number associated with this collection is 2120-0036. Comments concerning the accuracy of this burden and suggestions for reducing the burden should be directed to the FAA at: 800 Independence Ave SW, Washington, DC 20591, Attn: Information Collection Clearance Officer, ABA-20. INSTRUCTIONS NOTICE OF LANDING AREA PROPOSAL As Used Herein, The Term ''Airport'' Means Any Landing or Takeoff Area such as Airport, Heliport, Helistop, Vertiport, Gliderport, Seaplane Base, Ultralight Flightpark, or Balloonport Federal Aviation Regulations Part 157 requires all persons to notify the FAA at least 90 days before any construction, alteration, activation, deactivation, or change to the status or use of a civil or joint-use (civil/military) airport. Notice is not required for the establishment of a temporary airport at which operations will be conducted under visual flight rules (VFR) and will be used for less than 30 days with no more than 10 operations per day. Notice also is not required for the intermittent use of a site that is not an established airport, which is used for less than one year and at which flight operations will be conducted only under VFR. Intermittent use means the use of the site for no more than 3 days in any one week and for no more than 10 operations per day. Required notice shall be submitted on this form from each person who intends to do any of the following: 1. Construct or otherwise establish a new airport or activate an airport. 2. Construct, realign, alter, or activate any runway, or other aircraft landing or takeoff area of an airport. 3. Construct realign, alter, or activate a taxiway associated with a landing or takeoff area on a public-use airport. 4. Deactivate, discontinue using, or abandon an airport or any landing or takeoff area of an airport for a period of one year or more. 5. Deactivate, abandon, or discontinue using a taxiway associated with a landing or takeoff area on a public-use airport. 6. Change the status of an airport from private use (use by the owner or use by the owner and other persons authorized by the owner) to an airport open to the public or from public-use to another status. 7. Change status from IFR to VFR or VFR to IFR. 8. Establish or change any traffic pattern or traffic pattern altitude or direction. The notice required shall be made by submitting this form to the nearest Federal Aviation Administration Regional Office or Airports District Office. However, in an emergency involving essential public service or when the delay arising from the 90-day advance notice requirement would result in an unreasonable hardship, you may provide notice to the appropriate FAA Airports District/Field Office by telephone in lieu of submitting this form. The FAA may require the subsequent submission of this form when necessary for safety or other reasons. Section 901 of the Federal Aviation Act of 1958, as amended, provides that any person who violates a rule, regulation or order issued under Title III of this Act shall be subject to a civil penalty not to exceed $ 1,000 for each violation. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS 1. For any project falling in categories 1, or 2 above, complete all appropriate sections. 2. For any project falling in categories 3, 4, or 5 above, complete sections A, B, D (if appropriate), and I. 3. For status change (categories 6 or 7 above), from private use to public use or from VFR to IFR, complete sections A, B, E, G, and I. For all other changes, complete sections A, B, and I. 4. For traffic pattern establishment or change (category 8) complete all appropriate sections. Traffic pattern description should be entered on the reverse side of FAA Form 7480-1. 5. Express all bearings as magnetic and mileages as nautical. 6. Please Print or Type All Items. Section A - Identify Reference Datum of Coordinates (NAD 83 or NAD 27) Section B - If the airport is to be used by the owner only, or by the owner and persons authorized by the owner, check "private". If the landing and takeoff area of the airport is publicly owned and the operator is a non-government entity, then check "private use of public lands". If the airport is to be available for use by the general public without a requirement for prior approval of the owner or operator, then check "public". If necessary, use the reverse side of the form or a separate sheet of paper to describe changes or alterations. Section C - Airport or seaplane base: List VFR airports and heliportsw within 5NM, and IFR airports within 20NM. Heliports: List VFR airports and heliports within 3NM and IFR airports within 10NM. Section D - Attach U.S. Geological Survey quadrangle map or equivalent. Plot locations of facility to the nearest second, runway alignments, associated taxiways or sealane alignments. When appropriate, use city map for heliports. Section E - List and plot on quadrangle map or equivalent any obstructions within: 3NM of a VFR airport or a seaplane base; 5NM of an IFR airport; or 5,000 feet of a heliport. Section F - Self-explanatory. Section G - List schools, churches and residential communities within a 2NM radius for airports and within a 1NM radius for heliports. List all waste disposal sites within a 5NM radius. Section H - Self-explanatory. Notification to the FAA does not waive the requirements of any other government agency. ADDRESSES OF THE REGIONAL OFFICES Submit your completed form by mail to: Western Pacific Region AZ, CA, HI, NV, GU Federal Aviation Administration Airports Division, AWP-600 15000 Aviation Boulevard Hawthorne, CA 90261 Mail Address: P. O. Box 92007 Worldway Postal Center Los Angeles, CA 90009 Tel. 310-725-3608 Fax: 310-725-6847 Alaskan Region AK Federal Aviation Administration Airports Division, AAL-600 222 West 7th Avenue, Box 14 Anchorage, AK 99513 Tel. 907-271-5438 Fax: 907-271-2851 Eastern Region DC, DE, MD, NJ, NY, PA, VA, WV Federal Aviation Administration Airports Division, AEA-600 1 Aviation Plaza Jamaica, NY 11434-4809 Tel. 718-553-3330 Fax: 718-995-5694 Southern Region AL, FL, GA, KY, MS, NC, SC, NT, PR, VI Federal Aviation Administration Airports Division, ASO-600 1701 Columbia Avenue College Park, GA 30337 Mail Address: P. O. Box 20636 Atlanta, GA 30320 Tel. 404-305-6700 Fax: 404-305-6730 Northwest Mountain Region CO, ID, MT, OR, UT, WA, WY Federal Aviation Administration Airports Division, ANM-600 1601 Lind Avenue, S.W., Suite 315 Renton, WA 98005-4056 Tel. 425-227-2600 Fax: 425-227-1600 Great Lakes Region IL, IN, MI, MN, ND, OH, SD, WI Federal Aviation Administration Airports Division, AGL-600 2300 East Devon Avenue Des Plaines, IL 60018 Tel. 847-294-7272 Fax: 312-294-7036 Southwest Region AR, LA, NM, OK, TX Federal Aviation Administration Airports Division, ASW-600 2601 Meacham Boulevard Fort Worth, TX 76137-4298 Tel. 817-222-5600 Fax: 817-222-5984 Central Region IA, KS, MO, NE Federal Aviation Administration Airports Division, ACE-625 9 01 Locust Kansas City, MO 64106-2325 Tel. 816-329-2600 Fax: 816-329-2610 New England Region CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT Federal Aviation Administration Airports Division, ANE-600 12 New England Executive Park Burlington, MA 01803 Tel. 781-238-7600 Fax: 781-238-7608 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com