Ga Safety &Security Practices
Ga Safety and
Capt. ELhadi Y. Nour
Over the past 40 years, safety inside the general aviation industry has considerably improved. The reasons are many and can include improved airplane reliability, initial training improvements, and better weather reporting capabilities. A single often overlooked contributor to this safety record is the contribution made in the grass by general aviation airport operators, as well as individuals fixed base operators (FBOs) who service general aviation aircraft. In addition , typically included since an aspect of aviation protection but diverse in equally its preparing and response, is air-port security. Since 2001, airport terminal security is the primary concern within the air-port community. The purpose of this activity report should be to identify current practices in safety management and security operations at ga airports and FBOs. Through the use of a survey of person airports and FBOs, this report determined current techniques and highlights unique, low cost ideas that will be in use for one airport terminal, but transferable to others. By a total of 60 online surveys distributed, 53 responses were received to get a response rate of 88%. Additional information just for this synthesis record was accumulated during a literary works search, and from papers made available by simply selected airfields, FBOs, and industry operate associations. As well, the review identified resources used to develop safety and security elements at general aviation airports. Air-port security is likewise not restricted to airports. FBOs, corporate organization aircraft users, and other tenants are realizing the importance of securing the entire general aviation program. Airports are expanding the universe of organizations offered to help them protect the airport terminal, and frequently enter agreements together with the local emergency response community, federal and state police agencies, or perhaps other entities that can take part in...
References: ALTERNATING CURRENT 120-92, Federal Aviation Administration, Washington, D. C., 06\.