Conn. Agencies Regs. § 15-41-29 - Minimum requirements for commercial airports

Minimum requirements for commercial airports shall be:

(a) Facilities.
(1) Facilities for supplying aircraft with fuel, oil and water;
(2) potable drinking water and sanitary toilets, available to the public;
(3) a telephone at, or within reasonable distance of, the airport;
(4) approved fire extinguishes available at fuel pumps, on the flight line and in the hangars;
(5) if other than a standard left-hand pattern is approved for an airport, a circle marker shall be installed to indicate the traffic pattern, and a map showing the airport traffic pattern shall be posted in the airport office in a prominent place;
(6) the boundary of the airport, when deemed necessary, shall be clearly indicated by boundary markers as approved by the department;
(7) wind direction indicator, so located as to show a true indication of the wind and the landing area readily visible to aircraft approaching the airport from any direction, except when the airport has licensed air traffic controllers on duty.
(b) Responsible person. A designated person, who shall be called the airport manager, responsible for the proper operation of the airport and operation of the aircraft at the airport, in conformance with the Connecticut laws and regulations governing aeronautics.


Conn. Agencies Regs. § 15-41-29

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