AIRCRAFT RUN-UP / AIRCRAFT ENGINE TEST APPROVED AREAS
Those areas adjacent to Cessna and Cessna Citation Service Center equipped with blast deflectors and / or designed and designated for that purpose.
Those areas adjacent to Bombardier-Learjet equipped with blast deflectors and / or designed and designated for that purpose.
The WAA compass rose area south of Taxiway B.
The aircraft run-up area, sometimes referred to as “the horseshoe” south of Taxiway B on the south end of Taxiway N, west of Runway 1R/19L intersection.
Aircraft in this area shall face with engine jet blast / prop wash directed away from Runway 1R and Taxiway B.
Aircraft Engine Cross-Bleed Starts
Aircraft engine run-ups for the purpose of cross-bleed starts requiring more than low idle power on the operating engine:
Shall be performed only when clear of all buildings, ramps, parking areas, parked and taxiing aircraft.
Engine run-ups for maintenance may not be conducted at
any power setting above "idle" or "low idle" on any ramp including air carrier, air cargo or general aviation.
Aircraft parked at the air carrier terminal passenger loading bridges are expressly prohibited from performing:
- Engine runs above idle
- Cross-bleed air starts.
- “Power back” using aircraft engines and reverse thrust.
WAA Airport Public Safety or WAA Operations may approve, on a case-by-case basis, engine runs in areas not normally designated for that purpose once a determination has been made that no compromise to safety or noise sensitive areas exists.