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Chapter 125 Municipal Airport
Cross Reference--For code provisions relative to the Airport Board, Ch. 110, Art. I.

SECTION 125.010:   AIRPORT OPERATION POLICIES

The Municipal Airport shall be operated in accordance with the following designated airport operation policies.

      1.   Activities on the Municipal Airport are classified under the following general headings:

            a.   Fixed base operations (all non-air carrier commercial flight services).

                  1)   Sales of aircraft parts, supplies and accessories.

                  2)   Sales of gasoline and oil.

                  3)   Mechanical servicing and repair of aircraft and accessories.

                  4)   Charter flights.

                  5)   Private flight instructions for pay.

                  6)   Contract and program flight instruction.

                  7)   Airplane rental.

                  8)   Pleasure and sight-seeing flights.

                  9)   Other.

            b.   Private airplane ownership and operation.

            c.   Operation of transient and visiting aircraft.

            d.   Scheduled air carrier operations.

            e.   Other activities, operations, enterprises, and services.

      2.   The Airport Board is charged by the City with the responsibility of encouraging, developing and regulating activities on the Municipal Airport in such a way as to best serve aviation and the interests of the City.

      3.   Access to the facilities, advantages and opportunities offered by the Municipal Airport shall be on an equal basis to all who meet the conditions as recommended by the Airport Board and adopted by the City Council.

      4.   General Airport Regulations are recommended by the Airport Board and adopted by Resolution by the City Council.

      5.   Current United States Department of Commerce Civil Air Regulations shall at all times govern activities.

      6.   Airport flight regulations will be established and amended by the Airport Board, approved by the City Manager and City Council and consistent with current Civil Air Regulations of the Department of Commerce.

      7.   The City Council, upon the recommendation of the Airport Board, will enter into a contract for an Airport Manager/Fixed Base Operator; such contract defining the duties and responsibilities.

      8.   Airport Terminal Building Reservation:

   a.  The terminal, including, but not limited to the terminal meeting room, may be reserved with a one hundred                   dollar ($100.00) damage deposit and the reservation fee as follows:

                     Half day (1--4 hrs.)                 $ 50.00

                     Full day (4--9 hrs.)                  $ 100.00

  b.  Cancellation Policy:

     (1) Reservation cancelled sixty (60) or more days prior to the reservation date, the entire reservation fee and the damage deposit shall be refunded.

     (2) Reservations cancelled fifty-nine (59) to fifteen (15) days prior to the reservation date, a late cancellation fee of twenty-five percent (25%) of the reservation fee will be retained by the City, and the valance of the rental fee shall be refunded.  The entire damage deposit shall be refunded.

     (3) Reservations cancelled fourteen (14) or fewer days to the reservation date, the entire reservation fee shall be forfeited to the City.  The entire damage deposit shall be refunded.

  c.  The damage deposit shall be returned after inspection of the facility, by the City.  If the facility is found to be of satisfactory condition, the damage deposit will be returned in full.  In the event damages exist the actual cost of repair or cleaning and reasonable labor costs shall be applied first to the deposit and any additional amounts shall be billed to the occupant at replacement and or repair costs.

d. Northwest Missouri State University and City Offices are exempt from said fees. (R.O. 2008 § 125.010; Ord. No. 4882  § 1, 5-14-90; Ord. No. 6925 § 1, 8-13-07; Ord. No. 7218,  § 6-14-2010)

SECTION 125.020:   USE BY MILITARY AIRCRAFT

The Mayor is authorized and directed to execute, upon behalf of the City, a permit granting to the United States of America the privilege of using the Municipal Airport for transient use by military aircraft of such airport.  (R.O. 2008 §125.020; Ord. No. 4882 §1, 5-14-90)