8/21/2017 9:37:39 PM

Public Records Request
Bud Breault
Boardman-Polando Field
480 Barnstable Rd.
Hyannis, Massachusetts
508.775.2020


Useful Information
Plan for Tarmac Delays
Airport Vehicle Traffic Pattern
Photos
Master Plan
Noise Abatement
Airport Solar Power
Power Generation 1
Power Generation 2
State-Approved Environmental Report
Economic Impact Report
New 2014 ECO Impact Study
Statewide Executive Summary
 



 



Noise Abatement
Maintenance Run-up Area Procedures

    The following procedures for maintenance and pre-flight engine run-ups must be followed at all times.  For the purposes of this regulation, “run-up” area and “maintenance run-up area” shall refer to the paved run-up area northeast of runway 15-33 at the airport.  Aircraft will be allowed to taxi to and from the run-up area.  The Airport encourages all users to perform maintenance run-ups between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 10:30 p.m.

·         During the hours of 2230 to 0600:

A)    ALL maintenance engine run-ups must be performed in the run-up area.

B)    For aircraft 12,500 lbs and over, all pre-flight engine run-ups must be performed in the run-up area.  For aircraft of less than 12,500 lbs., pre-flight engine run-ups may be performed in either the run-up pit or the pre-flight area on the North Ramp.  On the North Ramp pre-flight area, the tailpipe must face taxiway Alpha.      

·         During the hours of 0601 to 2229:

A)    ALL maintenance run-ups must be performed in the run-up area.

B)    For aircraft 12,500 lbs. and over, all pre-flight engine run-ups must be performed in the run-up area.  For aircraft less than 12,500 lbs., pre-flight engine run-ups may be performed in either the run-up pit or the pre-flight area on the North Ramp.   On the North Ramp pre-flight area, the tailpipe must face taxiway Alpha.      

·             Only two aircraft will be permitted maintenance run-ups in the run-up area at any given time.

·             Between the hours of 2230-0600, no run-up longer than 30 minutes is permitted.

·             ALL aircraft must be positioned at a heading of 030 degrees and as close as to the downwind wall as possible.

·             All aircraft must notify Airport Operations prior to the use of the maintenance run-up area between the hours of 2230 hrs – 0600 hours.

·             Between the hours of 2230-0600, no run-up longer than 30 minutes is permitted.

·             Airport Operations personnel will make a record all maintenance engine run-ups performed between 2230-0600 hours on form BMA-25.  Airport Operations will initiate an A-13 for any procedural violations.

 

Violations

 

First offense:
Letter of warning and copy of Maintenance Run-up Area Procedures

Second offense:          
Letter of violation and $100 fine

Third offense: 
Letter of violation and $200 fine

Four and each

subsequent offense:    
Letter of violation and $300 fine

 



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Barnstable Municipal Airport
Owned and Operated by:
Town of Barnstable

Boardman-Polando Field
480 Barnstable Rd.
Hyannis, Massachusetts
508.775.2020