§ 95.29  AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS.
   (A)   All based aircraft shall be registered with the Airport Manager.
   (B)   Transient aircraft using the terminal parking area may park only in designated areas. The terminal parking area directly in front of the terminal building is closed to overnight parking, except by prior arrangement with the Airport Manager.
   (C)   A person who places an aircraft on the ramp at the airport outside of a private hanger shall comply with all of the following requirements.
      (1)   The person shall locate the aircraft only on the airport ramp and only in locations designated by the Airport Manager.
      (2)   The person shall chock and/or tie down the aircraft when the aircraft is located on the ramp and shall maintain such chocking and/or tie down of the aircraft at all times when the aircraft is located on the ramp.
      (3)   If an aircraft is placed on the ramp at the airport outside of a private hanger, the person shall obtain a ramp permit for the aircraft, which shall be one of the following:
         (a)   An annual permit, which shall be valid from April 1 to March 31 of the succeeding year;
         (b)   A monthly permit, which shall be valid for a period of 30 days from the date of issuance;
         (c)   A weekly permit, which shall be valid for a period of seven days from the date of issuance; or
         (d)   An overnight permit, which shall be valid until 11:59 p.m. of the day following the date of issuance.
      (4)   The person shall not keep the aircraft on the ramp beyond the time period authorized by the ramp permit obtained pursuant to division (C)(3) above.
      (5)   The person shall pay to the city the applicable ramp permit fees as specified by the terms and conditions in the airport’s schedule of rates and charges.
   (D)   Except as may be otherwise provided in a hanger lease or contract with the city, a person who lands an aircraft at the airport shall pay a landing fee for each landing at the airport as specified by the terms and conditions in the airport’s schedule of rates and charges; provided, however, if a person lands the same aircraft only once in a 24-hour period and obtains a daily ramp permit, then the landing fee and daily ramp permit fee shall be combined into one fee as specified by the terms and conditions in the airport’s schedule of rates and charges; provided further that, if the person obtains and pays the applicable fee for an annual ramp permit, all landing fees shall be deemed paid for the year in which the annual ramp permit remains valid.
(Prior Code, § 2.197)  (Ord. 755, passed 2-20-2012)  Penalty, see § 95.99