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  1. Followup: What Can We Do?

  2. Background

  3. 14 CFR • PART 61—CERTIFICATION: PILOTS, FLIGHT INSTRUCTORS, AND GROUND INSTRUCTORS • PART 91—GENERAL OPERATING AND FLIGHT RULES • PART 121—OPERATING REQUIREMENTS: DOMESTIC, FLAG, AND SUPPLEMENTAL OPERATIONS • PART 139—CERTIFICATION OF AIRPORTS • PART 77—SAFE, EFFICIENT USE, AND PRESERVATION OF THE NAVIGABLE AIRSPACE

  4. 14 CFR Part 77 • Subpart B – Notice of Construction or Alteration • Subpart C – Obstruction Standards

  5. Subpart C – Obstruction Standards • 77.17 – Obstruction Standards • Object is an obstruction if: • Height of 499’ from surface • Height of 200’ AGL within 3 NM of airport reference point; increasing 100’ for each additional nautical mile up to 499’ • Within terminal obstacle clearance area resulting in less than required obstacle clearance • Within en-route obstacle clearance area resulting in increase of minimum obstacle clearance altitude

  6. Subpart C – Obstruction Standards • 77.25 – Civil Airport Imaginary Surfaces • Primary Surface • Centered on runway; at same elevation as runway; width varies from 250-1000’ depending on type of runway and approach • Nothing may penetrate except location fixed by function • Transitional Surface • Begins at edge of primary surface; rises at 7:1 to 150’ • Horizontal Surface • 150’ above airport elevation for 5,000-10,000’ • Conical Surface • Begins at edge of horizontal surface: rises at 20:1 for 4,000’

  7. Subpart C – Obstruction Standards • 77.25 – Civil Airport Imaginary Surfaces (cont’d) • Approach Surface • Trapezoidal surface centered on runway and extending outward and upward from primary surface at runway end • Inner edge same width as primary surface • Outer edge width varies from 1,250-16,000’ • Length varies from 5,000-10,000’

  8. Subpart C – Obstruction Standards • 77.25 – Civil Airport Imaginary Surfaces (cont’d)

  9. Evaluation Surfaces

  10. Prevention What Can Mere Mortals Do?

  11. Subpart B – Notice of Construction • 77.9 – Construction or Alteration Requiring Notice • If you propose any of the following types of construction or alteration, you must file notice with the FAA of: • Greater than 200’ AGL at the site • Exceeds imaginary surface: • Longest runway > 3,200’ • 100:1 • 20,000’ from nearest point of nearest runway • Longest runway < 3,200’ • 50:1 • 10,000’ from nearest point of nearest runway

  12. Subpart B – Notice of Construction • 77.9 – Construction or Alteration Requiring Notice

  13. Subpart B – Notice of Construction • 77.9 – Construction or Alteration Requiring Notice • Form 7460 • Available from FAA • Internet • https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external/portal.jsp • Obstruction Evaluation / Airport Airspace Analysis (OE/AAA)

  14. Still – What’s a Guy/Gal to Do? • Where zoning exists • Educate building permit officials of Part 77 requirements • Ensure that permits are not issued without 7460 submittal • Where zoning does not exist • Semper Vigilans! • ODOT Office of Aviation

  15. ODOT Office of Aviation • Airport Zoning Boards ORC 4563.01 – 4563.21 • Publicly owned airports – legislative body of owner constitutes Airport Zoning Board • May adopt, administer, and enforce airport zoning regulations for such airport hazard area. • Based in whole upon the obstruction standards set forth in 14 CFR 77.21 to 77.29 • In in conflict with other zoning, the limitation or requirement best calculated to insure safety shall govern • Violation of 4563.01-4536.21 carries $100 fine - each day’s willful continuation of the violation is a separate offense

  16. ODOT Office of Aviation • Ohio Airport Protection Act (Tall Structures Law) ORC 4561.30 thru 4561.39 • A permit from the Office of Aviation, must be obtained prior to the start of any construction on or near airports in Ohio open to the public. A duplicate of the federal filing fulfills the state permit application requirements. • ODOT may institute court action to prevent, restrain, correct, or abate any alleged violation or threatened violation of sections 4561.30 to 4561.39 of the Revised Code.

  17. ODOT Office of Aviation • John Carpico, Office of Aviation • (614) 387-2350 • john.carpico@dot.state.oh.us • www.dot.state.oh.us/Divisions/Operations/Aviation