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As used in this title, the following terms mean:
ADVISORY COMMITTEE: Shall mean and have reference to the Ogden Airport Advisory Committee created by this title.
AERONAUTICAL ACTIVITY: Any activity which involves, makes possible or is required for the operation of aircraft, or which contributes to or is required for the safety of such operations; for example, air taxi and charter operation, scheduled or nonscheduled air carrier services, pilot training, aircraft rental and sightseeing, aerial photography, crop dusting, aerial advertising and surveying, aircraft sales and service, aircraft parking and storage, sale of aviation petroleum products, aircraft manufacturing, general aviation specialty services, airpark aviation operations, repairs and maintenance of aircraft and sale of aircraft parts.
AIRCRAFT ACCESSORY SERVICES OPERATOR: A person providing repairs or sale of aircraft radios, propellers, instruments, accessories, painting or upholstery.
AIRCRAFT AIRFRAME AND ENGINE REPAIR OPERATOR: A person providing airframe and/or power plant maintenance and/or overhaul services. This category also includes the sale of aircraft parts and accessories.
AIRCRAFT CHARTER OPERATOR: A person providing air transportation to the public for hire, either on a charter basis or as an air taxi operator, as defined in the Federal Aviation Act of 1958.
AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURING SERVICES OPERATOR: A person engaged in the manufacture, fabrication, or assembly of aircraft or aircraft/aerospace parts, systems and components.
AIRCRAFT OPERATION: An aircraft arrival or departure from the airport.
AIRCRAFT OWNER: A person to whom an aircraft is registered and a person who exercises the full incidents of ownership of an aircraft under a long term lease agreement.
AIRCRAFT RENTAL OPERATOR: A person engaged in the rental of aircraft to the public. It shall not include an aircraft owner who loans his or her aircraft for reimbursement on a nonprofit basis.
AIRCRAFT SALES OPERATOR: A person engaged in the sale of new and/or used aircraft or who acts as an aircraft broker.
AIRPARK: Shall mean the taxilane and areas located outside the airport, and intended for airport/airpark access, and all real property adjacent to any portion of the airpark taxilanes, presently constituting approximately 30.35 acres. The current survey coordinates are:
A part of the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of section 12, Township 5 North, Range 2 West, Salt Lake Base and Meridian, U.S. Survey; beginning at a point on the south line of said northwest quarter which is 17.04 feet South 89°52'04" West along said south line from the southeast corner of said northwest quarter; thence North 00°46'04" East 1,035.12 feet along a fence; thence North 88°17'54" West 750.81 feet along a fence; thence South 44°48'51" West 1,449.65 feet along a fence; thence North 89°52'04" East 440.81 feet; thence South 01°16'19" West 33.02 feet; thence North 89°52'03" East 1,318.26 feet to the point of beginning.
AIRPORT: Shall mean and have reference to all areas comprising Ogden-Hinckley airport that now exist or may hereafter be expanded, together with their appurtenant facilities. The current survey coordinates are:
A part of Section 6, T 5 N, R 1 W and parts of Sections 1 and 12 T 5 N, R 2 W S. L. B. & M.; beginning at a point that bears South 197.3 feet and West 192.4 feet from the NE corner of the NW 1/4 of said Section 6, and running thence S. 21° 51' W. 249.5 ft.; thence S. 14° 06' W. 2,083.9 ft. to a point that is 115.0 feet perpendicular distant from the centerline of the east track of the U.P.R.R.; thence S. 35° 13' W. 5,192.7 ft.; thence N. 51° 47' W. 17.0 ft.; thence S. 38° 13' W. 1,674.9 ft.; thence S. 89° 22' W. 297.9 ft.; thence N. 0° 31' E. 591.1 ft.; thence N. 29° 12' W. 799.6 ft.; thence S. 89° 40' W. 919 ft.; thence N. 0° 35' E. 1,231.4 ft.; thence N. 0° 02' W. 9,659 ft.; thence N. 24° 09' W. 1,493.0 ft.; thence S. 89° 48' W. 601.5 ft.; thence Northeasterly and to the right on an arc of a 749.0 foot radius curve 572.9 ft. (the long chord of said curve bears N. 35° 15' 30" E. 558.9 ft.); thence S. 32° 50' E. 30.0 ft.; thence N. 57° 10' E. 1,259.6 ft.; thence Northeasterly and to the right and tangent to the previous course on the arc of 1,970.0 foot radius curve 315.50 ft.; thence N. 67° 16' E. 1,651.8 ft.; thence N. 62° 10" E. 449.7 ft.; thence N. 67° 15' E. 1,421.2 ft.; thence Southeasterly and to the right on the arc of a 2,774.9 foot radius curve 781.4 feet (the long chord of said curve bears N. 82° 04' E. 778.7 ft.); thence S. 89° 52' E. 1,182.5 ft.; thence S. 26° 44' E. 108.8 ft.; thence N. 87° 00' E. 443.7 ft.; thence S. 63° 33' E. 39.5 ft. to the point of beginning; containing 691.68 acres.
AIRPORT LAYOUT PLAN (ALP): The FAA approved chart identifying the location for various uses and activities on the airport.
APRON: The areas surrounding buildings to which aircraft have access.
COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES: Revenue producing activities and business activities engaged in for profit. The subletting of one's private hangar upon the airport shall not be construed as a commercial activity.
COMMERCIAL AERONAUTICAL ACTIVITIES PERMIT: A permit required to be obtained from the city and maintained during any period in which a person conducts any commercial aeronautical activity upon the airport or airpark, except that a person with an airport lease permitting a commercial aeronautical activity shall not be required to obtain a separate commercial aeronautical activities permit to engage in that activity upon the airport.
COMMERCIAL AERONAUTICAL ACTIVITY: Any aeronautical activity or service conducted on the airport or airpark as a revenue producing business or service activity engaged in for profit, including the activities of an FBO or specialized service operator upon the airport or airpark, and the activities of a general aviation specialty services operator upon the airpark. The subletting of one's private hangar upon the airport shall not be construed as a commercial aeronautical activity.
COMMERCIAL FLYING SERVICES OPERATOR: A person providing any of the following activities: sightseeing flights; crop dusting; seeding and spraying; banner towing and aerial advertising; aerial photography or survey; firefighting; power line or pipeline patrol and wildlife spotting; or any other operations specifically excluded from FAR part 135.
COMMERCIAL FUEL SALES: Shall include all fuel sold or dispensed by anyone other than an aircraft owner or his or her employees into the aircraft owner's own aircraft.
COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS: Operations performed for compensation or hire. The subletting of one's private hangar shall not be construed as a commercial operation.
CONCESSION: A commercial activity operated within a city owned building with a negotiated fee schedule.
CONSTRUCTION LEASE DATE: The earlier of the effective date or commencement date of a ground lease agreement under which tenant improvements are or were constructed upon the leased premises. When an original construction ground lease agreement cannot be located, the Construction Lease Date may be determined by reference to other evidence of timing of construction of leasehold improvements upon a leased parcel. Subsequent ground lease agreements or lease renewals for the premises do not alter the Construction Lease Date, even though maintenance, remodeling and additional improvements to the leased premises may occur during subsequent lease terms.
CONTROL TOWER: The FAA air traffic control tower at the airport.
DOPING: The application of a preparation to strengthen and tighten aircraft fabric.
ELECTRICALLY BONDED: The connection of the fueling service vehicle with an unpainted metal point on the aircraft or vehicle using a functional bonding cable.
FAA: The federal aviation administration.
FACILITY LEASE: An agreement to lease city-owned improvements on airport property, including hangars, buildings, signs, asphalt, concrete, or any other physical improvement, which may also include lease of underlying or surrounding land.
FAR: Federal aviation regulations.
FIXED BASE OPERATOR (Also Known As FBO): Any person who performs the basic essential aeronautical services including aviation fuel and oil sales, ramp parking, tie down and storage, minor aircraft repair, passenger loading and towing.
FLAMMABLES: Any material that has a flash point at or below one hundred degrees Fahrenheit (100°F).
FLIGHT TRAINING OPERATOR: A person engaged in training pilots in any aircraft and providing related ground school instruction if necessary.
FLYING CLUB: Three (3) or more persons jointly owning or leasing one or more aircraft where payment is made to the club for the operating time of such aircraft.
FUEL FARM: One or more fuel storage tanks.
FUEL SERVICING EQUIPMENT: Vehicles and equipment used for fueling or defueling aircraft or vehicles.
FUELING OPERATIONS: Fueling or defueling aircraft, equipment or vehicles.
GENERAL AVIATION: Shall include all phases of aviation other than aircraft manufacturing, military aviation and regulated air carrier operations.
GROUND LEASE: An agreement to lease airport property for the purpose of tenant construction of hangars, buildings, signs, asphalt, concrete, or any other physical improvements.
GROUND TRANSPORTATION: Transportation for hire or compensation to or from the airport.
GROUNDED: The connection of a functional grounding cable from the fueling vehicle to a point or points of zero electrical potential to prevent the buildup of static electricity.
HAZARDOUS AND TOXIC MATERIALS: Shall include petroleum products, pesticides, solvents, paint, explosives, flammables and any other substance that requires special handling under current or future federal, state or local environmental safety and health regulations.
NATIONAL TESTING LABORATORY: Shall include National Fire Protection Association, Underwriter's Laboratory and similar organizations that develop professional standards for fueling equipment.
PARK: To leave the aircraft or vehicle unattended.
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS: Any skill obtained after special study or the use of which requires a license under FAA regulations or federal, state or local law.
RAMP: The paved area of the airport normally used for aircraft parking and loading.
RUN UP: Engine acceleration to test its functions while the aircraft is stationary.
RUNWAY: The paved area designated for aircraft landing and takeoff.
SERVICE EQUIPMENT: Devices designed for aircraft servicing or other airport functions or devices regularly used at the airport, including, but not limited to, fuel trucks, aircraft starting units, mobile aircraft stairs, etc.
SPECIALIZED SERVICE OPERATOR: A person who provides aircraft accessory services, flight training, commercial flying services, aircraft sales, aircraft airframe and engine repair, aircraft manufacturing, aircraft rental or charter, hangar rental or any other commercial aeronautical activities or services, except fuel sales.
TAXIWAY: The paved area of the airport designated for aircraft movement from the runway to the ramp.
TIE DOWN: An unenclosed space where an aircraft is parked, with dimensions of forty feet by forty feet (40' x 40'), centered on the center of the triangle formed by the tie down eyehooks. Where tie downs overlap under this definition, the overlapping area shall be divided equally between adjoining tie downs.
TIE DOWN PERMIT: A permit to allow an aircraft owner to park its aircraft in an assigned tie down location on the airport. A tie down permit is not a lease of airport property nor does it grant permittee an exclusive right to possess an assigned tie down location. The airport manager has discretion to reassign tie down locations among permit holders.
VEHICLE: A device (not an aircraft) in, upon or by which any person or property is or may be propelled, moved, transported, hauled or drawn upon any roadway or ground surface at the airport.
(Ord. 2005-45, 7-19-2005; amd. Ord. 2018-20, 6-26-2018; Ord. 2021-21, 4-20-2021)