CONSIDERING that the Proponent wishes to use WAFB`s flight facilities to enable the operation of general aviation aircraft and commercial air carriers (scheduled and non-scheduled) as well as military aircraft; and the FAA Military/U.S. Government Operated Airports website, Part 139 Airport Certification Contains information about Part 139 certification at U.S. military/government airports. This Agreement shall be effective immediately and shall remain in effect for a period of 25 years, unless renegotiated or terminated otherwise in accordance with paragraph 7, but in no event shall the Agreement terminate or terminate Sponsor`s right to use land areas used in connection with the shared use of WAFB`s aerial facilities by license, Survive the lease or transfer of ownership. CONSIDERING that this Agreement does not regulate or bind real property or other Air Force facilities required by the Proponent for exclusive use in support of current or future civil aviation operations and activities related to sharing; and FAA Order 5190.6B Annex J-1: Agreement for the Joint Use of Airports for Military Purposes of Civilian Aerodromes provides guidance for the negotiation of fair and reasonable fees to the government for the sharing of air facilities at a public airport. This brochure implements AFPD 10-10: Civil Aircraft Use of United States Air Force Airfields and AFPD 32-10: Facilities and Installations and applies to Air National Guard6 flight units operating at public airports. This brochure implements AFPD 10-10, Civil Aircraft Use of United States Air Force Airfields, and AFPD 32-10, Facilities and Facilities, and applies to Air National Guard (ANG) flight units operating at public airports. This brochure provides guidance on how to negotiate fair and reasonable fees to the government (FA) for sharing the air facilities of a public airport. One. If there are material changes in the circumstances or terms relevant to this Agreement, the Air Force and the Sponsor may enter into negotiations on the revision of the terms of this Agreement, including the financial and insurance provisions, after sixty (60) days of written notice to the other Party. Any revision or modification of this Agreement requires the mutual written consent and signature of both parties.
Unless such an agreement is concluded, the existing agreement will remain in full force and effect, subject to termination or suspension under this section. CONSIDERING that the Air Force considers this Agreement to be in the public interest and accepts the sharing of WAFB air facilities; and This Joint Use Agreement is entered into and entered into on the date of ____ 19__ by and between the Secretary of the Air Force for and on behalf of the United States of America (“Air Force”) and an airport developer (“Sponsor”), a public entity authorized to sponsor a public airport. Shared airports can benefit government and civil entities through more economical operation through facilities sharing. If there is a military tenant at a civilian airport, the airport operator must be aware of the unique needs to protect the tenant`s assets, such as . B the setbacks for installations. These specific requirements should be included in all airport planning. h. All phases of the design and construction of new runways and main thoroughfares on the developer`s property must be coordinated with the civil engineer at the WAFB base. Those that will be shared by Air Force aircraft will be designed to support the type of military aircraft assigned to waFB or usually temporary. b. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, the Air Force may terminate this Agreement: (1) at any time by the Secretary of the Air Force with ninety (90) days` written notice to the Sponsor, provided that the Secretary of the Air Force determines in writing that the primary military necessity requires termination of the division, or (2) at any time during a national emergency, present or future, declared by the President or Congress of the United States, or (3) in the event that Sponsor ceases to operate civil business at wafb for a period of one (1) year, or (4) in the event that Sponsor violates any of the terms of this Agreement and continues and continues to do so thirty (30) days after written notice to remedy such breach.
In addition to the above rights, the Air Force may suspend this Agreement at any time if violations of its terms and conditions by sponsor pose a material threat to WAFB`s safety, public health or environment. f. The Air Force`s obligation to assist the sponsor with fire safety only applies as long as a firefighting, crash, and rescue organization is approved for military operations on the WAFB. The Air Force has no obligation to maintain or provide a firefighting and rescue and rescue organization or firefighting and crash and rescue equipment; or to provide an increase in fire and collision and rescue equipment or rescue personnel; or to conduct training or inspections to assist the proponent with fire safety. This document has been fundamentally revised and needs to be completely revised. c. State aircraft taking off and landing on wafb always take precedence over all civil aircraft. FAA Military Airports Program Provides advice on the Military Airports Program, a grant from the Airport Improvement Program. One. The Air Force hereby authorizes the Sponsor to permit aircraft equipped with radios capable of communicating with the WAFB Control Tower to use WAFB facilities, subject to the conditions set forth in this Agreement and the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) applicable to the operation of civil aircraft. Civil aircraft operations are limited to 20,000 per calendar year. An operation is a landing or take-off.
Civil aircraft using WAFB air facilities in the course of official government activities in accordance with Air Force Instruction (AFI) 10-1001, Civil Aircraft Landing Permit, are not subject to this Agreement. b. Written notices to the Sponsor must be given to the Sponsor or mailed to: The Sponsor, 9000 Airport Blvd, USA. CONSIDERING that the immovable property and other facilities necessary to support civil aviation operations are either already available to the developer or are carefully sought by the developer; One. For the purpose of reimbursing the Sponsor for the costs of maintaining and operating WAFB`s aeronautical facilities in accordance with this Agreement, the Proponent shall pay the annual amount (indicate the amount) in respect of civil aircraft authorized to operate such facilities under this Agreement. Payment is made quarterly in equal instalments. One. No notice, order, instruction, determination, requirement, consent or approval under this Agreement shall be effective unless in writing and addressed as provided herein. e.
No civil aircraft may use the flight facilities for training. One. The Air Force maintains the level of fire-extinguishing, crashing and rescue capability required to support the military mission at WAFB. The Air Force undertakes to intervene in the event of fire, crash and rescue of civil aircraft outside hangars or other structures within the limits of its existing capabilities, equipment and personnel only at the request of the promoter and subject to points (b), (c) and (d) below. Air Force fire-extinguishing, crashing and rescue equipment and personnel shall not be regularly present in the movement area of the aerodrome during non-emergency landings of civil aircraft. j. The Sponsor shall comply with the procedural and physical requirements established by the Air Force, as well as the federal, state, intergovernmental and local laws governing WAFB`s aerial facilities and all runways and flight facilities on the Sponsor`s property with respect to air and water pollution control; noise; management and disposal of hazardous and solid waste; and the management of hazardous substances. b.
All payments due under this Agreement shall be payable by order of the Treasurer of the United States of America and shall be made to the Accountant and Finance, WAFB, within thirty (30) days of each quarter. .