Federal AviationDecember 8

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Federal AviationMandatory for heliports funded with federal grants.Types of Heliports:Prior Permission Required (PPR)Exclusive use and authorized by the owner of the heliportPilots are expected to be Download

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1 Federal AviationDecember 8 –10, 2015 Fed
Federal AviationDecember 8 –10, 2015 Federal AviationMandatory for heliports funded with federal grants.Types of Heliports:Prior Permission Required (PPR)Exclusive us

2 e and authorized by the owner of the hel
e and authorized by the owner of the heliportPilots are expected to be knowledgeable of:Preferred heading and facility limitations Federal AviationPrescriptive standa

3 rds –design guidelines that prescribe sp
rds –design guidelines that prescribe specific dimensions and instructions. All protectionsurfaces associated with a FATO area are not based on performance or capabil

4 ities of a Helicopter. The advisory circ
ities of a Helicopter. The advisory circular assumes that no more than one helicopter will be within the final approach and takeoff (FATO) area and the associated saf

5 ety area. If there is a need for more t
ety area. If there is a need for more than one touchdown and liftoff (TLOF) area at a heliport, locate each TLOF within its own FATO and within its own safety Feder

6 al Aviationmay be a composite helicopter
al Aviationmay be a composite helicopter that reflects:•Maximum weight, contact area, single or multiple gears•Overall length (D), rotor diameter (RD), tail rotor arc

7 , undercarriage dimensions•Loads imposed
, undercarriage dimensions•Loads imposed by the design helicopter and any additional support vehicles and •Static Load: maximum takeoff weight.•Dynamic Load: is 150%

8 of the maximum takeoff weight of the des
of the maximum takeoff weight of the design helicopter Federal Aviationfuture expansion, occasional military use, disaster relief. approach lights, helicopter protect

9 ion zone.Air flow, surrounding buildings
ion zone.Air flow, surrounding buildings, trees, terrain, roof-tops Ground level -Buildings, trees, light posts, logistics, etc.Elevated –Turbulence effects, adjacent

10 structures, wind, approach / presence o
structures, wind, approach / presence of large metallic objects, ventilation shafts, magnetic resonance imaging, etcHelicopter Protection zone –approach departure pa

11 ths over parking lots, over or near powe
ths over parking lots, over or near power lines and trees, etc Federal Aviation General Aviation Federal Aviation Federal Aviation is for the protection of people and

12 property Federal Aviation Back-outTurn-
property Federal Aviation Back-outTurn-around Federal AviationDistance between FATO center to runway centerline for VFR Operations: Federal Aviation Federal Aviation

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