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A. Registration: Every person owning an aircraft based at the airport, shall register the aircraft with the city at the office of the airport manager within seventy two (72) hours from the time the aircraft arrives on the airport. Owners of based aircraft which are permanently removed or flown from the airport shall notify the office of the airport manager within seventy two (72) hours from the time the aircraft leaves the airport. For the purpose of this chapter the term "based aircraft" means any aircraft which is parked on the airport property for a duration exceeding twenty one (21) overnight periods in any year.
B. Wrecked Or Disabled Aircraft: The owner, pilot or operator of any aircraft which becomes wrecked or disabled at the airport shall be responsible for the prompt removal of the wrecked or disabled aircraft, and parts thereof, as directed by the airport manager. In the event the owner, pilot or operator fails to comply with such directions, the wrecked or disabled aircraft, and parts thereof, may be removed by the airport manager at the expense of the owner, pilot or operator.
C. Accident Reports: Persons involved in or witnessing an aircraft accident on the airport shall report such accident to the airport manager's office or to the nearest law enforcement officer as soon as it is reasonably possible to do so. Such persons shall make written reports as requested by the airport manager.
D. Noise Abatement: All persons operating aircraft from the airport shall comply with all noise abatement procedures, traffic patterns and policies as may be established by the city and acceptable to FAA.
E. Repairs And Maintenance To Aircraft: No aircraft shall be repaired on any part of the landing or takeoff area. No aircraft shall be repaired or maintained except in the locations designated by the airport manager for such purpose.
F. Substance Abuse: No person shall use or knowingly allow the use of the airport for the purpose of unlawfully driving a motor vehicle or aircraft under the influence of an alcoholic beverage or any drug or for the purpose of unlawfully selling, serving, using, storing, transporting, keeping, manufacturing or giving away alcoholic beverages or any controlled substance, precursor or analog specified in Oklahoma Statutes.
G. Foreign Objects: No foreign objects, including bottles, cans, scrap or any object that may cause damage to an aircraft, shall be left upon the floor of any building or upon any part of the surface area of the airport. (Ord. 1333, 1-26-1993)