NEWS FROM GOODYEAR
Airport Rules and Regulations
The safety and security of passengers and employees at Sky Harbor is our top priority. The following policies and procedures ensure safe passage on and off the ground.
- New—MSGP 2010
- Fuel Release and Releases of Other Regulated Substances [PDF]
- Spill Response Plan [PDF]
- Storm Water Enforcement [PDF]
- Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan [PDF]
- Storm Water Training
- Definitions (2.57Mb PDF1)
- GYR FBO Minimum Standards Rules and Regulations (3.70Kb PDF1)
- Flying Club (2.07Mb PDF1)
- GA Handbook (823Kb PDF1)
- General Terms and Conditions – Non-Commercial (2.38Kb PDF1)
- General Terms and Conditions – Commercial (1.20Kb PDF1)
- Self-Fueling - Rules & Regulations (1.52Kb PDF1)
- SASO Minumum Standards
- Aircraft Fueling and Safety Training Program (734Kb PDF1)
- Aircraft Operations (1.21Mb PDF1)
- Aircraft Removal Indemnification (413Kb PDF1)
- Airfield Driver’s Permit (227Kb PDF1)
- Airside Access DVT GYR (430Kb PDF1)
- Notice of Violation (417Kb PDF1)
- Operations of Motor Vehicles (452Kb PDF1)
- Runway and Taxiway Safety Area Training (372Kb PDF1)
- Management Wildlife PHX GYR DVT (1.02Mb PDF1)
- Disruptive Patrons (308Kb PDF1)
Minumum Standards Information
Minimum Standards are baseline requirements that an operator must meet in order to conduct commercial aeronautical activity at an airport. With tenant and stakeholder input, the Aviation Department has developed Minimum Standards to address activity at the three City of Phoenix airports. The City Council has formally adopted amending Section 4-160 of the Phoenix City Code by adding new minimum standards fees for certain types of service operators on October 8, 2008.
The amendments will implement new Minimum Standards fees developed by the Aviation Department for Specialized Aviation Service Operators (SASOs) and help the airport system be self-sustaining.
Fees established for the following service operators are:
|Type of Operator Service||Minimum Standards Fee|
|Flight Training||$1 per student flight hour effective January 1, 2009; $2 per student flight hour effective January 1, 2010; Annual fee increases according to Consumer Price Index effective January 1, 2011.|
|Independent Aircraft Maintenance
Independent Avionics or Instrument Maintenance
|$500 Annual Fee|
|Aircraft Charter or Management||$100 per aircraft weighing 12,500 pounds or less; $250 per aircraft weighing more than 12,500 pounds.|
Avionics or Instrument Maintenance
|2% of Gross Receipts|
The Aviation Department will now start the implementation process and work with the business operators at the airports to issue permits in compliance with the rules and regulations. The Aviation Department will be contacting these businesses shortly to start the process.
Below are the final SASOs rule and regulations for review.