NEW SMYRNA BEACH MUNICIPAL AIRPORT AIRPORT MASTER PLAN UPDATE
AIRPORT ENVIRONS - The area surrounding an airport that is considered to be directly affected by the presence and operation of the airport.
AIRPORT IMAGINARY SURFACES - Imaginary surfaces established at an airport for obstruction determination purposes, and consisting of primary, approach-departure, horizontal, vertical, conical, and transition surfaces.
AIRPORT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (AIP) - A program administered by the Federal Aviation Administration to provide financial grants-in-aid for airport planning, airport development projects, and noise compatibility programs. The program was established through the Airport and Airway Improvement Act of 1982, which was incorporated as Title V of the Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982 (PL 97-248).
AIRPORT LAND USE PLAN - A generalized plan depicting proposed land uses within the airport boundary. The land use plan is a required element of an airport master plan.
AIRPORT LAYOUT PLAN (ALP) - A plan for an airport showing boundaries and proposed additions to all areas owned or controlled by the sponsor for airport purposes, the location and nature of existing and proposed airport facilities and structures, and the location on the airport of existing and proposed non-aviation areas and improvements thereon. The ALP is a required element of an airport master plan.
AIRPORT MASTER PLAN - An assembly of appropriate documents and drawings covering the development of a specific airport from a physical, economic, social, and political jurisdictional perspective. The airport master plan includes an airport land use plan, airport layout plan, airport approach and runway protection zone layout plan, terminal area plan, airport access and parking plan, staging plan, and financial plan.
AIRPORT NOISE AND CAPACITY ACT OF 1990 - Public Law 101-508, enacted November 5, 1990. Two important provisions of the law were the establishment of a national aviation noise policy (Sections 9308 and 9309) and the creation of a passenger facility charge (Sections 9110 and 9111), which enables airport sponsors to impose fees on the tickets issued to enplaning passengers. An amendment to FAR Part 91, Transition to an All Stage III Fleet Operating in the 48 Contiguous United States and the District of Columbia, and new FAR Part 161, Notice and Approval of Airport Noise and Access Restrictions, implement the national noise policy. New FAR Part 158, Passenger Facility Charges, implements that portion of the Act authorizing the imposition of such charges.
AIRPORT SPONSOR - A public agency or tax-supported organization, such as an airport authority, that is authorized to own and operate an airport, to obtain property interests, to obtain funds, and to be legally, financially, and otherwise able to meet all applicable requirements of current laws and regulations.
AIRPORT SURVEILLANCE RADAR (ASR) - Radar providing position of aircraft by azimuth and range data. It does not provide elevation data. ASR is designed for range coverage up to sixty (60) nautical miles and is used by terminal area air traffic control.
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