Ala. Admin. Code r. 450-9-4-.01 - Management And Control Of Municipal Airports

(1) The municipality owning the airport can control the entrance and access to the airport. This can best be controlled by fencing and having designated entrances. No one can set up operations around the airport and enter where he pleases. This is trespassing. If he cuts the fence, he is tampering with airport property.
(2) No one should set up a commercial operation on the airport without first obtaining permission from the municipality. This includes passenger carrying for hire, aircraft rental, sale of gasoline and oil, aircraft sales, aircraft maintenance, air charter, air taxi, aerial application, and sale of soft drinks and food. No one should erect a private hangar on the airport where he pleases. The municipality can and should require a lease or agreement for the above operations. Standard charges should be established for each of the above operations.
(3) An area on the airport property should be designated for aerial applicator operations. It should be a separate area from that used by other general aviation operations. Charges should be established for aerial applicator operations of the airport, as well as for other commercial operations.
(4) The municipality can and should prohibit the following acts on the airport:
(a) Auto racing
(b) Grazing of cattle
(c) Trespassing
(d) Reckless flying and flying when intoxicated
(e) Tampering with airport and runway markers
(f) Sport parachute jumping


Statutory Authority: Code of Ala. 1975, ยงยง 4-2-1, et seq.

History: Filed October 1, 1982.


Ala. Admin. Code r. 450-9-4-.01

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