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Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) at Airports: A Primer (2015)

Chapter: Appendix C - UAS Checklists and Unique Procedures

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C - UAS Checklists and Unique Procedures." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2015. Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) at Airports: A Primer. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/21907.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C - UAS Checklists and Unique Procedures." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2015. Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) at Airports: A Primer. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/21907.
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C-1 Chapter 1 Chapter 5 Chapter 3 Chapter 7 Chapter 9 Chapter 2 Chapter 6 Chapter 4 Chapter 8 A ppendices A P P E N D I X C C-1 Sample NOTAM The following are examples of NOTAM posted for two airfields with regular UAS activity. Both airports have civilian air traffic with Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport having daily commercial air carrier service. Robert Gray Aaf (Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport) NOTAM #: L0187/15 Facility: GRK Class: Military Start Date: 13 Apr 2015 1400 UTC End Date: 16 Apr 2015 2200 UTC Status: Active L0187/15 NOTAMN Q) /QXXXX A) KGRK KHLR B) 201504131400 C) 201504162200 E) UAS OPERATIONS WITHIN THE ROBERT GRAY AAF CLASS D AIRSPACE, SURFACE TO 3500’ MSL, AND WITHIN R-6302A, C, AND D, 5,500’ MSL TO 10,500’ MSL, CLASS 4 NON-EYE SAFE LASER OPS WITHIN THE RESTRICTED AREA, 1400Z (0900L) TO 2200Z (1700L) DAILY, 13 TO 16 APR 15. Southern California Logistics NOTAM #: 04/012 Facility: VCV Class: Airspace Start Date: 14 Apr 2015 1430 UTC End Date: 17 Apr 2015 2359 UTC Status: Active !VCV 04/012 VCV AIRSPACE UNMANNED ACFT WITHIN AN AREA DEFINED AS 5NM RADIUS OF VCV SFC-5400FT DLY 1430-2359 1504141430-1504172359 UAS Checklists and Unique Procedures

C-2 Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) at Airports: A Primer Ch ap te r 1 Ch ap te r 5 Ch ap te r 3 Ch ap te r 7 Ch ap te r 9 Ch ap te r 2 Ch ap te r 6 Ch ap te r 4 Ch ap te r 8 A pp en di ce s C-2 Facility and Operations Requirement Checklist The following checklist lists key considerations for an airport introducing UAS operations. The checklist may change or need to be edited as each unmanned system is unique and has individual requirements. Topic Need Descripon Communicaon requirements Data storage requirements UAS storage needs (hangar) UAS ramp space Ground based control staon UAS performance (takeoff and landing or launch and recovery method(s), and speed) UAS performance specific to runway and taxiway (ADG of UAS) Fuel type and storage Maintenance requirements Support services Material storage Any special payload handling required Any special environmental impact concerns Land-use considera­ons (zoning, encumbrances, etc.) Security requirements ARFF and emergency response Other

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TRB’s Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Report 144: Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) at Airports: A Primer provides airports of all sizes with information about unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and their potential use and impact on airports. The report includes a glossary of key terms, a background on the current state of UAS operations, UAS costs and benefits to airports, regulatory and community considerations, UAS infrastructure and operational considerations, UAS safety and security issues, and more.

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