On- Airport Proposals. Process and Information Needed To Evaluate An Impact to Navigable Airspace By: Sharon Perry OE/AAA Specialist, Eastern Region (718-553-3341). NRA?. This has absolutely nothing to do with the organization that deals with fire arms !!
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On- Airport Proposals
Process and Information Needed To Evaluate An Impact to Navigable Airspace
By: Sharon Perry
OE/AAA Specialist, Eastern Region
This has absolutely nothing to do with the organization that deals with fire arms !!
The FAA needs to know the scope of the project: What is being proposed, the type of structure/material i.e. glare study (glass=reflections) concrete/steel, and will there be interference etc.
Line-of-sight shadow study would then be carried out then.
Temporary or permanent?
A Letter of Determination (generated through the iOE/AAA System), is sent to the proponent with an FAA Form 5010-5, which he or she fills out and returns to the specialist.
Copies of the 7480-1, the completed 5010-5 from the proponent, and the Letter of Determination are sent to AAS-330 for processing LOCID and FAA Site #. *Should you want to upgrade your non-fed airport from VFR to IFR, you will need that LOCID and FAA Site #.
If you have any questions, please call me
Sharon Perry, OE/AAA Specialist @ 718-553-3341