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Chapter: Appendix E - Sample Airport Helicopter Brochures

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110 APPENDIX E Sample Airport Helicopter Brochures

HIO FLY FRIENDLY The Fly Friendly program was developed in collaboration with the Federal Aviation Administration, airport tenants and aircraft operators who utilize the Hillsboro Airport. We are asking for your help in minimizing noise impacts in communities surrounding the Portland Hillsboro Airport. As pilots, you serve as ambassadors for the industry and the manner in which you operate your aircraft reflects on the larger aviation community. With this in mind, we ask that you be proactive by applying the elements of the Fly Friendly Program described in this brochure. Your participation with our noise abatement program is extremely important and helps us maintain goodwill with the communities surrounding the airport. We appreciate your support and welcome your feedback about the program and how we can make it better. Thank you for “flying friendly.” HIO FLY FRIENDLY 7200 NE Airport Way Portland, OR 97218 OR: 503.460.4100 WA: 800.938.6647 Pilot Information Line: 800.938.5167 Email: PDXNoise@portofportland.com www.portofportland.com NOISE MANAGEMENT BT/500/10.13/AVA13_025 Helicopter Operator’s Guide

HELICOPTERS The recommendations described in this brochure are not intended to preempt the responsibilities of the pilot-in-command or FAA/air traffic control. HIO is bordered by noise sensitive areas to the west, south and east. Minimize overflight of residential areas (highlighted in red on the map) whenever possible. When overflight of residential areas is unavoidable, please remain as high as possible. Please follow these procedures (as long as conditions and air traffic control instructions permit): • When departing, ascend as quickly as possible while over airport property. When arriving, remain as high as possible until reaching the airport. Remember: flying higher = flying quieter. • For noise abatement, pilots are encouraged to overfly major roadways and non-residential areas whenever possible and to use established reporting points when entering or exiting the airport. • Pilots are enouraged to use the noise abatement procedures published by Helicopter Association International or comparable procedures published by their aircraft manufacturer. For more information please visit the Helicopter Association International website at www.rotor.com or contact the Port of Portland Noise Management Department. General Information Latitude: ................... 45º 32'26.20" (45.540611º) North Longitude: ............. 122º 57'00.70" (122.950194º) West Elevation: ............................... 208 ft./63.4 m (surveyed) Variation: ...................................................... 16E (2010) Location: ........................................ 15 miles SW of PDX Time Zone: .........................UTC-8 (UTC-7 during DST) Airport Operations Sectional Chart: ................................................. Seattle ARTCC: .................................................. Seattle Center FSS: ............................................................ McMinnville NOTAM Facility: ........ HIO (NOTAM-D service available) Control tower: ................................. Hours (0600-2200) Pattern altitude: .......................................1,208 ft. MSL Airport Communications ATIS: ................................................................... 127.65 CTAF: .................................................................. 119.30 UNICOM: ............................................................ 122.95 Ground: .......................................... 121.70 (0600-2200) Tower: ............................................. 119.30 (0600-2200) Approach: ............................................................. 126.0 Departure: ............................................................. 126.0 Runway Information Rwy 13/31 Dimensions: ............... 6,600 x 150 ft. (2,012 x 46 m.) Surface: ......................................................... Asphalt Rwy edge lights: ................................... High intensity Rwy 2/20 Dimensions: ............... 4,050 x 100 ft. (1,234 x 30 m.) Surface: ......................................................... Asphalt Rwy edge lights: ..............................Medium intensity • Residential/noise sensitive areas border the airport to the west, south and east. Please avoid overflight of residential communities whenever possible, especially during nighttime and early hours. • In an effort to reduce community noise impacts, pilots are encouraged to overfly major roadways and non-residential areas whenever possible. • The preferred ingress/egress routing is from/to the northeast overflying Highway 26. When possible, use established reporting points (shown in yellow) when entering or exiting the airport • Due to the community noise impacts, training operations are discouraged between 2200L and 0600L daily. GENERAL NOISE ABATEMENT GUIDE HILLSBORO AIRPORT – HIO HELICOPTER NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

GABRESKI AIRPORT (FOK) FLY NEIGHBORLY VOLUNTARY NOISE ABATEMENT PROGRAM HELICOPTER ROUTES ARRIVALS: Enter Class D airspace from NORTH of Sunrise Hwy via the WHISKEY, CALVERTON, or Shinnecock routes. Fly over wooded area between the LIE (495) and Sunrise Highway (27). DEPARTURES: Depart northbound climbing to 2500 ft on the WHISKEY or CALVERTON routes. Use southbound SIERRA route only at ATC direction due to traffic or weather. Do not fly south of AIRPORT unless directed by ATC or the Tower. Remain at 2500 ft. until one (1) mile from the airport. Note: The Transition can also be used to access other East End airports. Use the Transition Route to access the Hampton or Shinnecock Route. 119.925 121.8 125.3 125.97 118.0 FREQUENCIES ASOS: GROUND: TOWER: APPROACH: EAST: WEST: UNICOM: SheltAir 130.20 Malloy 122.95 NOT TO BE USED FOR NAVIGATION 10 00 Sunris e High way SQUIR LOM 1440 MSL F LY N EIG H B O R LY W W W .G A B R ES K I-A IR P O R T.C O M Whiskey Route 2500 Calverton Route Ha m pt on R ou te 87N Calverton (Pvt) Shinne cock R oute 1 50 0 2500 SEATUCK CREEK VOR Unicom 122.9 or Approach 118.0 CCC FOK Spadaro 123.0 Sierra Route Legend Arrivals/Departures Transition Route Departure - ATC PPR only Noise Sensitive Areas Recommended Altitude School 2500 CR111 1500 1500 2500 ALL DEPARTURES/ARRIVALS ARE TO/FROM THE NORTH AVOID NOISE SENSITIVE AREAS BELOW 2,500’

RECOMMENDED VFR DEPARTURE PROCEDURES Note: All departures should be flown Northbound whenever possible.  North - Use the Whiskey Route - Climb to 2500 ft. Turn on course after crossing Sunrise Highway or as directed by Tower.  South (only if traffic or wind conditions require) - Use Sierra Route - Helicopter departures to the south should expect RWY 24. Fly RWY heading to airport boundary or railroad tracks. Turn right to 270 degrees and climb to 2500 ft. Turn south over Seatuck Creek (see map).  To Southampton Heliport (87N): Use Shinnecock Route (see map) - Fly northeast bound. Climb to 1500 ft.  Police Helicopter Operations: During non-emergencies, Police helicopters should plan to follow all helicopter noise abatement procedures whenever possible. GABRESKI AIRPORT - KFOK VOLUNTARY NOISE-ABATEMENT PROCEDURES HELICOPTERS THIS BROCHURE HAS BEEN PREPARED TO HELP HELICOPTERS OPERATE IN THE QUIETEST MANNER POSSIBLE CONSISTANT WITH SAFETY, AND HELP THE AIRPORT BE A GOOD NEIGHBOR TO ITS SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES.  Voluntary night curfew - 11PM to 7AM. RECOMMENDED VFR ARRIVAL PROCEDURES Runway 6/24 in use:  From northwest - Use Whiskey or Calverton Route. Expect to make an initial approach from north of Sunrise Highway to the numbers of RWY 15.  From northeast - Use Hampton/ Shinnecock Route. Remain east of the extended centerline of RWY 6/24 until directed by Tower.  From Southampton Heliport (87N): Use Shinnecock Route. Fly North to Shinnecock Canal - climb to 1500 ft. Turn west and remain north of Sunrise Highway. Follow Tower instructions. Descend to 1000 ft. by Sunrise Highway as you approach the airport from the northeast. Remain south of the RWY 24 final approach path unless directed by Tower (see map). Runway 15/33 in use:  From northwest - Remain north of Sunrise Highway and follow Tower instructions.  From northeast - Make an initial approach to the numbers of RWY 24. These procedures are not intended to pre-empt the responsibilities of the pilot-in-command for safe aircraft operations. Recommended procedures are not intended to conflict with instructions from ATC or those which are the exclusive authority of the FAA. TRANSITION PROCEDURES  DO NOT ENTER GABRESKI AIRSPACE FROM THE SOUTHWEST OR WEST. These locations contain noise sensitive areas.  Helicopter transitions through the Class D airspace will be granted via north of Sunrise Highway at 1600 ft. (see transition route on map). Do not request to over-fly the airport.  Flight crews departing the New York Metropolitan area should brief the route into the wooded areas north of Sunrise Highway prior to departing the city to avoid over-flying noise sensitive areas. This will be especially important during MVFR conditions when the requested cruise altitude of 2500 ft. AGL cannot be flown.  Follow Eastern Region Helicopter Council’s recommended flight paths into the wooded areas north of Sunrise Highway. http://www.erhc.org  SOUTH SHORE ROUTE - If landing at FOK Helicopters using the South Shore Route should transition into the wooded areas north of Sunrise Highway west of Gabreski Airport. Enter Class D Airspace north of Sunrise Highway. Use one of the many sparsely populated areas along the south shore for access. If continuing on to Southampton Heliport (87N) or East Hampton Airport, continue along FAA published South Shore Route.  NORTH SHORE ROUTE - Helicopters using the North Shore Route should transition to the airport northwest of Gabreski using the Calverton or Whiskey Route. There are a number of open space and sparsely populated areas to cross into the wooded areas north of Sunrise Highway.  FROM THE WEST - Use Whiskey Route - Follow the LIE East into the wooded areas north of Sunrise Highway. Stay north of Sunrise Highway until directed by Tower.  FROM THE EAST, - Use Hamptons or Shinnecock Route. Fly north of Sunrise Highway to the airport - enter as directed by Tower. Plan on flying south of the RWY 24 final approach path or as directed by Tower. Suffolk County Francis S. Gabreski Airport Westhampton Beach, New York (631) 852-8095 WWW.GABRESKI-AIRPORT.COM

119 12/7/2015 Republic Airport - Long Island's Executive Airport - Helicopter Noise Abatement Procedures http://www.republicairport.net/helicopter-noise-abatement.htm 1/2 Pilot Infomation Pilot Shops Approach & Departure Procedures Republic Tower Letter to Airmen 10­1 Rates and Charges FRG Airport Diagram Noise Abatement Procedures Light General Aviation Noise Abatement Procedures Jet Noise Abatement Procedures Helicopter Noise Abatement Procedures Aircraft Owner Operator Meeting Information 2009­10 New York State Airport Directory Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) New York State Department of Transportation Garden of Remembrance Wildlife Wildlife Hazard Assessment Presentation ­2012 Helicopter Noise Abatement Procedures MICROWAVE ROUTE: Arrival: Enter the Route at the Long Island Expressway. Proceed directly to the Microwave Tower. Then, fly heading 140° until reaching the Huntington Hilton and Route 110. Follow Route 110 South until reaching the airport. Departure: Fly northbound and parallel Runway 01/19 until reaching the National Amusements Multiplex Theater. Follow Route 110 north until reaching the Huntington Hilton. Then, fly 320° to the Microwave Tower, intercept the Long Island Expressway and proceed on course. SOUTHERN ROUTE: Arrival: Join the Southern State Parkway at the Seaford Oyster Bay Expressway. Fly heading 90° until reaching Route 110. Then, fly northbound to the intersection of Route 109. Departure: Fly southbound and parallel Runway 01/19 until reaching the intersection of Route 109 and Route 110. Then, overfly the Southern State Parkway until reaching the Seaford Oyster Bay Expressway and proceed on course. TRANSITION ROUTE: Use the Seaford Oyster Bay Expressway, Route 135 when moving from The Microwave Route to the Southern Route or vise versa to avoid flying over noise­sensitive communities. PARKWAY ROUTE: Available only to helicopter operators who are signatories to the Letter of Agreement for Special VFR Operations with the Air Traffic Control Tower. TRANSITIONS FROM THE NEW YORK CITY HELICOPTER ROUTE NYC Routing to Microwave Route: TRACK — From Mineola proceed to M1. THROGS — Join the Long Island Expressway and proceed to M1. NYC Routing to Southern Route: SHORE — Join the Meadowbrook Route and proceed to the Southern State Parkway at N 40 41.457' W 073 34.530' and proceed to S1. MEADOWBROOK — Join the Southern State Parkway at N 40 41.457' W 073 34.530' and proceed to S1. NOISE ABATEMENT PROGRAM The Helicopter Routes were established in 1993 to reduce sound levels in the vicinity of the airport. When practical, possible and feasible, operators are also encouraged to:

120 12/7/2015 Republic Airport - Long Island's Executive Airport - Helicopter Noise Abatement Procedures http://www.republicairport.net/helicopter-noise-abatement.htm 2/2 Avoid Approaching The Airport Directly From The West Due To Noise Sensitive Area One Mile West Of The Airport. Avoid Flying Between 10:00 pm and 7:00 am Follow Republic Airport Noise abatement procedures. Use Manufacturer’s Suggested Noise Abatement Techniques. Use Helicopter Association International Fly Neighborly Guide. Consult The Airport Facility Directory. These measures are recommended practices in an effort to reduce sound levels. In all cases, safety and air traffic control instructions take precedence. AIRPORT FREQUENCIES Remote Transmitter Receiver (RTR) 128.25 (2300 – 0700 Local) Clearance Delivery 128.25 Tower 118.8 (0700 – 2300 local) CTAF 118.8 (2300 – 0700 Local) Ground Control 121.6 ATIS 126.65 UNICOM/Airport Operations 122.95 Emergency 121.5 NY Approach Control 125.7 FSS 122.2/122.6 AIRPORT INFORMATION Airport Operations Office 631.752.7707 ext. 108 Air Traffic Control Tower 631.454.2331 ASOS 631.752.8129 Snow Desk 631.752.7992 New York FSS 1.800.WX.BRIEF New York Tracon 516.683.2984 Runway 01/19 5,516’ X 150’ (ASPH) Runway 14/32 6,827’ X 150’ (ASPH) Republic Airport (FRG) E. Farmingdale, NY 11735 / Phone: 631.752.7707 / info@republicairport.net home | about us | airport services | charter services | pilot info | visitors center | news & updates | contact us ©2008 New York State Department of Transportation

121 Town of East Hampton Airport P.O. Box 836 East Hampton, NY 11937 631.537.1130 April 30, 2015 Helicopter Noise Abatement The following Helicopter Noise Abatement Procedures have been developed in collaboration with the East Hampton Control Tower, the Eastern Region Helicopter Council (ERHC), and East Hampton Airport Operations. These routes are strongly recommended in order to mitigate the noise associated with helicopter operations at HTO. This plan has been selected to best relieve communities surrounding East Hampton Airport from the noise produced from Arriving and Departing helicopter traffic. While noise mitigation is extremely important, these procedures should in no way supersede the safe operation of aircraft. These procedures will be monitored for compliance at all checkpoints for accuracy of the route and recommended altitudes. The ERHC will receive weekly compliance reports. ARRIVALS November: (figure 1) Arrivals from the west proceed to “November 1” (N40.59.5.48 W072.25.58.48) at or above 3500 feet, continue to “November 2” (N40.58.15.10 W072.20.26.56) at or above 3000 feet, to “November 3” (N40.58.2.70 W072.17.31.67) at or above 2500 feet, then to the airfield. Sierra Inbound: (figure 2) Arrivals from the south fly along the south shore approximately half a mile offshore, via S1 (N40.52.56.30 W072.20.8.26) at or above 3000 feet until passing S2 (N40.53.55.90 W072.17.11.03) which is a point of converging traffic departing East Hampton Airport (HTO) on the Sierra Route. Proceed past the mouth Georgica Pond to S3 (N40.55.52.92 W072.12.35.84) which is a flyover fix and enter a left base for Runway 28 or the parallel taxiway depending on the traffic at the airport and the direction of the air traffic controller. 1

122 Please hold your altitude as high as possible. Please look for fixed wing traffic in the traffic pattern or on approach to the airport. Overhead Georgica arrivals with spiraling descents on the north side of the airport are no longer expected and impede the safe flow of traffic on the north side of the airport. DEPARTURES Echo: (figure 3) Depart heading northwest over the power lines to “Echo 1” (N40.58.02.0 W072.16.16.5). Turn right, remaining well east of Town Line Road and proceed to the East side of Barcelona Neck “Echo 2” (N41.00.47.5 W072.15.44.3). “Echo 2” is a mandatory flyover point. Please keep your tracks away from the village of Sag Harbor. Use max performance climb so as to cross Barcelona Neck at or above 3000 ft. MSL. Proceed then to “Echo 3” (N41.02.55.9 W72.17.81.4) and then to “Echo 4” (N41.01.73.5 W72.22.75.4). Please avoid any over flight of Shelter Island and North Haven. Sierra Outbound: (figure 2) Depart the airport via runway heading until passing 1,500 feet in the vicinity of O1 (N40.57.25.83 W072.17.6.39) then turn left to S2 (N40.52.56.30 W072.17.11.03) climbing to 3,000 feet BROC. After reaching S2, proceed westbound approximately a half mile off shore. PLEASE NOTE: The success of noise abatement depends on the requested routes and altitudes being observed with precision to the greatest extent possible. East Hampton Airport Curfew: 11pm to 7am Daily Pathways depicted on the map are for illustration only and may not conform precisely to coordinates. The Control Tower will advise pilots of traffic conflicts on each of the voluntary helicopter routes and will retain the option of issuing arrival and departure instructions as traffic permits. 2

123 Ramp Operations All arrivals and departures to HTO should be to and from active runways or parallel taxiways so as not to interfere with fixed wing traffic. Approaches and departures directly to and from the Terminal Ramp area are prohibited. No part of a helicopter, including rotor tips, is to come closer than 100 feet to the Terminal building. Parking spot 1 in front of the Terminal Building is reserved for fixed wing aircraft only. Boarding and deplaning a helicopter with the rotors turning should be avoided. Use of a rotor brake, if installed is encouraged. Operating rotors for an extended period of time on the ramp is discouraged. More than five (5) minutes is considered excessive. Your cooperation with this limit is for noise and environmental considerations. Passengers who demand rotors turning when they arrive should be informed of this limit. If it is necessary to operate engines and/or rotors for extended periods of time, please move to one of the transient helicopter pads or as far from the Terminal Building as possible. Other Considerations Helicopter operations are the most serious environmental challenges we have at HTO. Anything you can do to mitigate the environmental impact of your operations will be greatly appreciated by this office and the surrounding communities. Noise complaints increase dramatically during periods of inclement weather because of aircraft flying below a broken or overcast layer. While such operations are strongly discouraged (and may violate FAR 91.13), adherence to suggested routes is even more important. The area surrounding HTO has substantial air traffic during the summer months some of which may have neither a radio nor transponder. Adherence to the suggested routes reduces the potential for conflicts but does not eliminate it. Frequent announcements of position, altitude and intended route are strongly encouraged. See and Avoid is paramount, all available aircraft lights should be illuminated day or night. Coordination with or monitoring of New York approach frequency is recommended to help avoid IFR traffic that may otherwise appear suddenly from IMC conditions. Operators are reminded that merely because an operation may be legal does not necessarily make it safe. Sincerely, Jémille R. Charlton Airport Director 3

124 November Route (figure 1) Sierra Route (figure 2) 4

125 Echo Route (figure 3) 5

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