No more than 6.5 ADD's averaged annually and 6.85 ADD's averaged
per quarter, of base class commercial aircraft may operate at
the Airport. The base class shall be the Boeing 737-200-17 aircraft
with JT8D-17QN engines, which has a noise level of 91.6 on the
dBA scale on approach and 87.3 on the dBA scale on departure.
Allocation and Reallocation of ADD's
In allocating and reallocating ADD's, the Airport Manager shall
consider the following:
a) the extent to which each air carrier has complied with or
has evidenced an intent to comply with noise abatement plans
and requirements applicable to operations at the Airport;
b) the number of aircraft, and their respective noise levels,
proposed to be operated by each air carrier;
c) such other considerations which are non-arbitrary and non
discriminatory and which are reasonably related to the purposes
set forth in the Board's adopting Resolution of March 14, 1985.
If any air carrier fails to utilize annual or quarterly ADD's
allocated to it, any other air carrier may apply to the Airport
Manager for reallocation of the unutilized Add's. After notice
to the holder of the ADD's and opportunity for comment, the unused
ADD's may be reallocated. Upon reallocation, these ADD's shall
remain with the new carrier unless or until they are reallocated
according to this process.
Based upon new circumstances, an air carrier may at any time
apply to the Airport Manager for reallocation of ADD's.
At the beginning of each quarter, the Airport Manager shall report
to the Board the ADD's for the preceding quarters actually operated
and the projected annual average.
Scheduled commercial aircraft having maximum noise levels below
86.0 dBA on approach and 74.5 dBA on departures shall be permitted
to operate at the Airport without regard to the ADD limitations
of the access plan.
Aircraft types and models which are not listed in AC 36-3G will
be allowed to operate if the FAA determines that the aircraft
type and model would meet the noise limits stated above if it
were tested according to FAA procedures and the operator obtains
approval from the Board certifying that the operation of the aircraft
is compatible with conditions for operation of the Airport.