POLICIES AND PROCEDURES MANUAL
Table of Contents
2. Rules for flying Skypark aircraft
3. Runway Use
4. TAXI Etiquette
5. Airborne Safety and Courtesy
6. Ground School Rules
7. Use of Skypark equipment and Facilities
8. Aircraft Rental
9. Scheduling Aircraft and Instructors
10. Requirements to Instruct at Skypark
11. Administration Fees. Instructor fees and Aircraft Rates
12. Qualifications to fly at Skypark
13. Skypark Hangars
14. Transient Member
16. Skypark Condominium Association
17. Petro Vend Fuel System
18. Psi Testing Center
19. Skypark’s Pilot Shop
20. Acknowlegement and Understanding of Skypark Policies
We wish you a warm welcome to Skypark, the flying community, where the whole family can enjoy flying at its best. Skypark is more than and airport..More than a residential development…It is a place to enjoy a fantastic hobby and meet interesting people.
A dream of Daniel E Weltzien for a compatibility of home and airplane, finally realized. The family auto and family airplane can share the same garage, driveway and street.
For those who enjoy group activities, a dinner flight to a distant city or a backyard barbecue…Skypark is the place.
The pilot who flies at Skypark will find the activities centering around the family and friends. From a dance in the community room, to a party in the Tiki Room, to the events at summer celebration to trips planned and taken to new or old favorite places.
Skypark offers an excellent flight training program from the basic private pilot to the certified flight instructor and ATP. Skypark also offers a unique co-pilot program geared to the non-flyer…giving them the knowledge and confidence to enjoy flying at its fullest.
Skypark has a condominium association to ensure that Skypark will always be an Airport.
Here at Skypark flying is a way of life in order to maintain the community and the airport in an orderly manner… the following rules have been established.
Rules for flying Skypark aircraft
1. All pilots must have a proper checkout by a Skypark Flight Instructor
before renting and flying Skypark aircraft. Each aircraft must have a
proper checkout in make and model of aircraft.
2. Hull insurance for each type aircraft must be purchased in the amounts
in the Skypark Policy Manual.
3. All Student Pilots must have a folder with a Training Syllabus and a
Pre-Solo quiz in the folder. The syllabus must be filled out with the
training the student has received and it is to be initialed by the Student
and the Instructor.
4. All Student pilots and all pilots being checked out must be soloed at
5. No Skypark aircraft in the Washington, D.C. area unless the pilot has an
Instrument rating. This is due to the ADIZ and the high restrictions in the Washington area.
6. All proper documents will be carried by each pilot on each flight. i.e.,
Logbooks, Passports, FAA Pilots license, Photo ID and Medical Certificate.
7. Rates charged by the Skypark Flight Instructors will be as posted on the
rate board in the Pilot’s Lounge and are to be paid to the Instructor
8. All pilots renting Skypark aircraft to fly at night must have a checkout with a Skypark Flight Instructor. This will include but not be limited to:
a. No take offs after mind and before 7 am. Landings are permitted after midnight for late returning aircraft.
b. Logbooks are to be ENDORSED when the Instructor does any checkout, especially a night checkout.
9. All pilots should understand that the aircraft they are renting are to be tied down when they leave the aircraft for an extended period of time. When they are brought back to Skypark and put in a parking spot, they are to be tied down in that parking spot. Do not leave aircraft at the pumps unless specifically asked to do so.
10. Aircraft rental is normally wet. This means that fuel is paid for at the
Skypark Club rate/ You must save the receipts from the gas purchase for the airplane and bring them to Skypark for reimbursement at the Club rate.
11. There are dry rates available basically for trips and dry rates must be approved before your flight. You fill the aircraft when you leave on a dry rate. That fuel will not be charged to you. You fill the aircraft with aviation fuel on the trip and must present the receipts to indicate that you have purchased aviation fuel. That fuel then is your responsibility. You will on your return fill the aircraft and will be charged the club rate according to your account.
12. Your account is emailed to you after any usage and we have a valid email address established in Quickbooks. You can also ask when available the office management that have access to Quickbooks to give you a printout of your account.
13. Anyone under the age of 18
a. Must have a Parents or Guardians permission to be at the airport.
b. Written permission with a parents signature and date must be provided if the parent is not present during the lesson.
c. Minors are only allowed at the airport if taking ground school or have a scheduled lesson with written permission by the parent or legal guardian.
1. Aircraft Owners
a. All the aircraft owners will be requested to present to the airport manager proof of the following:
i. A current minimum $300,000 property damage and personal injury liability insurance policy on their aircraft.
ii. A current state of Ohio Aircraft License.
iii. Airworthiness certificate.
iv. Pilot Certificate.
v. Biannual flight review.
vi. Take-offs and landing in the last 90 days
b. Aircraft owners have the option to lease from Skypark Inc. for each registered Aircraft, the non-co-commercial use of the runway on an annual basis, with the option of renewal. Payable on annually or monthly, the rate is based on field use of rates of airports within a 20 mile radius of Skypark.
c. Aircraft owners who own a Condominium share will have the free use of the airport for one airplane for each condo share.
d. Commercial use of the airport is specifically prohibited without prior arrangements with Airport Manager.
i. No privately owned aircraft can be used for charter, rental or lease without prior arrangement with the management.
ii. Any aircraft owner based on Skypark may employ flight instructors or mechanics of his choice.
iii. Flight instruction in Skypark owned aircraft must be given by instructors approved by Skypark Management.
e. Accounts in arrears over thirty (30) days shall be charged 1% interest per month.
2. Lot Owners in addition to the items under runway use, in SECTION 1, each registered airworthy aircraft is required to maintain a runway lease or pay the monthly runway use rate.
Each registered aircraft tied down or hangered on their own property is subject to a runway-use fee unless an annual lease is in effect. If an annual lease is not in effect, the owner may elect to either obtain a lease or pay the no-lease monthly rate for each aircraft.
Lot owners who fly an airplane not registered to them may keep the aircraft at Skypark at no charge for a 10 day period. An example of this would be a resident bringing home the company plane. No charge would be made for field use for no more than 10 days, if it exceeds 10 days the aircraft will be considered based on the field and the normal rates will apply.
Lot owners may rent private hangars or tie-downs to other aircraft owners provided those owners have a lease.
3. TRANSIENT AIRCRAFT
Transient aircraft are not subject to field use rate until they have remained on the airport for a period of 10 days or other arrangements have been made with the airport managers.
5. GROUND VEHICLES
No ground vehicles of any type will be permitted on the runway or taxiway at any time without the specific approval of the Airport Manager.
Hangar tenants may drive to their hangar for the purpose of loading or unloading materials. They must not leave their vehicles on the taxiways or any place that would obstruct aircraft traffic.
Ground vehicles are permitted to cross the runways only beyond the threshold. At no time are such vehicles permitted on the taxiway or runway
No vehicle of any type(to include, minibikes, golf carts, motorcycles, snowmobiles, dune buggies, Trailbikes, etc.) will be permitted on Skypark property without minimum of $100,000 liability insurance policy, Home owners policies do not protect the vehicles off the owners property, a separate policy must be purchased.
Roller skates, roller blades and skateboards are not permitted on any Aircraft Utilization area, including runway, taxiways and grass ramp area. .
At no time shall an aircraft be parked in the vicinity of the gas pump except for the purpose of obtaining fuel. Do not leave aircraft at the pumps while filing a flight plan or while talking to instructors.
Caution should be taken by pedestrians crossing the runway, instinctively, a person will look left and right before crossing a busy highway, but one must remember that this is a runway and traffic is approaching from above with power off.
A maximum speed of limit of 15 MPH on airport grounds.
Skypark Airport is posted and all unauthorized trespassers will be prosecuted.
A PILOT SHALL START OR TAXI AN AIRCRAFT UNTIL THAT PILOT HAS MADE CERTAIN THAT LIFE AND PROPERTY ARE NOT ENDANGERED AND WHEN STARTING AN ENGINE HAS DECLARED HIS INTENTIONS BY SHOUTING THE WORD “CLEAR”.
AIRCRAFT WITHOUT ELECTRIC STARTERS SHALL BE RESTRAINED BY ONE PERSON IN THE COCKPIT OR BY TIEING THE TAIL DOWN WHEN PROPPING.
WHEN TAXIING AN AIRCRAFT ON THE RAMP, CONSIDERATION SHOULD BE GIVEN TO PROPS BLOWING DIRT ON PEOPLE AND PROPERTY. WHEN TAXIING IN TIGHT QUARTERS, DON’T STAND ON ONE BRAKE….BLAST THE THROTTLE AND PIVOT. IF THE QUARTERS ARE TOO TIGHT…SHUT DOWN THE ENGINE, GET OUT AND MOVE THE PLANE BODILY (THIS IS THE REASON FOR TOWBARS IN THE AIRCRAFT). THIS IS ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT IN THE AREA AROUND THE GAS PUMPS, ADMINISTRATION BUILDING AND IN FRONT OF THE MAINTENANCE HANGER DOOR.
ALL AIRCRAFT SHALL BE TAXIED AT A SAFE SPEED WITH DUE REGUARD FOR OTHER AIRCRAFT, PERSONS AND PROPERTY. NEVER TAXI AN AIRCRAFT ON ANY GRASS. THIS MIGHT RESULT IN A VERY EXPENSIVE MANEUVER (i.e. PROP STRIKE, AIRCRAFT STRIKE OR A BAD BACK FROM PUSHING THE AIRCRAFT THROUGH SOFT SOIL).
NO AIRCRAFT SHALL GET CLOSER TO THE RUNWAY THAN A LINE FORMED BY THE RUNWAY MARKER LIGHTS. AIRCRAFT WAITING FOR THE TAKE-OFF WILL BE IN A POSITION SO AS HAVE A CLEAR VIEW OF AIRCRAFT APPROACHING FOR A LANDING.
RUN-UP AND PREFLIGHT CHECKS SHOULD BE MADE ON THE RUN-UP PADS. CARE MUST BE TAKEN AT ALL TIMES SO THAT PROPELLER BLAST DOES NO DAMAGE AND EXTRA CARE MUST BE EXCERCISED IN THE RUN-UP POSITION SO THAT IT DOES NOT BLOW INTO HANGARS. HOUSES OR ON PARKED OR TAXIING AIRCRAFT.
THE LAST TURN BEFORE STARTING A TAKE-OFF ROLL SHALL BE MADE IN THE DIRECTION OF INCOMING TRAFFIC. i.e. A RIGHT TURN FOR LEFT HAND PATTERN.
WHEN TAXIING AIRCRAFT APPROACH EACH OTHER HEAD-ON IN THE STRIP, EACH MUST GIVE WAY TO HIS RIGHT, AND BOTH MUST REMAIN ON THE TAXI AREA IF POSSIBLE, AND NOT VEER ONTO THE ACTIVE RUNWAY. WHEN AIRCRAFT AND AUTOMOBILES MEET HEAD-ON IN THE STREET/TAXIWAY, THE AUTO SHALL GIVE WAY TO THE NEAREST DRIVEWAY.
AT TIMES, DUE TO SNOW, MUD, ETC…IT IS POSSIBLE TO MAINTAIN ONLY ONE USABLE STRIP FOR RUNWAY AND TAXIWAY, AIRCRAFT PREPARING TO LAND UNDER THESE CONDITIONS SHALL GIVE WAY TO TAXIING AIRCRAFT, EXCEPT OF COURSE, IN AN EMERGENCY. IF THE LANDING AREA IS NOT CLEAR OF THE OTHER AIRCRAFT, THE LANDING AIRCRAFT SHALL FLY A GO AROUND PATTERN. BEFORE BEGINNING TO TAXI OUT FOR TAKE-OFF UNDER THESE CONDITIONS, MAKE CERTAIN NO AIRCRAFT ARE IN THE PATTERN FOR LANDING. STAY ON THE HARD SURFACE RUNWAY AS YOU WILL PROBABLY BURY THE AIRCRAFT…DAMAGE THE PROPELLER…AND CLOSE THE RUNWAY. REMEMBER.THE AIRCRAFT IN THE AIR IS MORE MANEUVERABLE.
Airborne safety and courtesy
1. LANDING AND TAKE-OFFS SHALL BE MADE DIRECTLY INTO THE WIND OR ON THE RUNWAY MOST NEARLY ALIGNED WITH THE WIND AS INDICATED BY THE WIND OR TRAFFIC DIRECTION DEVICE.
2. WHEN THE NEED ARISES FOR LANDING OR TAKE-OFFS OTHER THAN AS DESCRIBED IN RULE #1 SUCH AS CROSSWIND INSTRUCTION, THE PILOT IS SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR DETERMING THAT THE OPERATION CAN BE COMPLETED WITH SAFETY AND WITHOUT INTERFERENCE WITH OR DISRUPTION OF OTHER TRAFFIC IN THE AREA. SUCH AS LANDINGS OR TAKE-OFFS MERELY FOR CONVIENCE ARE NOT PERMITTED.
3. EXTREME CAUTION SHOULD BE MAINTAINED BETWEEN SLOW-MOVING, CLOSE-IN AIRCRAFT AND FAST-MOVING, LARGER PATTERN AIRCRAFT. COMMON COURTESY SHOULD BE MAINTAINED AT ALL TIMES.
4. NO MID-FIELD TAKE-OFFS WILL BE PERMITTED, USE THE ENTIRE RUNWAY.
5. NO TURN SHALL BE MADE AFTER TAKE-OFF UNTIL THE AIRPORT BOUNDRY HAS BEEN REACHED AND THE AIRCRAFT HAS ATTAINED AN ALTITUDE OF AT LEAST 600 FT. ABOVE THE AIRPORT EVEVATION (1800 MSL), AND HAS ASCERTAINED THERE WILL BE NO DANGER OF COLLISION WITH OTHER AIRCRAFT.
6. LIGHT OR SLOW AIRCRAFT INTENDING TO REMAIN IN THE TRAFFIC PATTERN SHALL CONTINUE TO CLIMB TO TRAFFIC PATTERN ALTITUDE AFTER THE FIRST NINTY DEGREE TURN AND SHALL THEREAFTER FOLLOW THE PATTERN.
7. AIRCRAFT ENTERING THE TRAFFIC PATTERN SHALL ENTER THE PATTERN AT TRAFFIC PATTERN ALTITUDE OF 2000 FT. MSL…NOT DESCENDING TO PATTERN ALTITUDE WHILE IN THE PATTERN.
8. ALL AIRCRAFT SHALL CONFORM TO THE RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE FAR’S.
9. ALL AIRCRAFT EQUIPPED WITH RADIOS, SHALL, WHILE IN MOTION, AND IN THE AREA OF THE PATTERN AT LEAST, TURN ON THE TRANSCEIVER AND TUNE TO 123.05 BEFORE ENTERING THE PATTERN FOR LANDING, CALL SKYPARK UNICOM FOR LANDING, CALL SKYPARK UNICOM FOR LANDING ADVISORIES AND ANNOUNCE YOUR INTENTIONS ON THE DOWN-WIND LEG.
10. NO PILOT SHALL PERMIT ANY UNAUTHORIZED PERSON TO OPERATE AIRBORNE OR BASE STATION TRANSMITTAL EQUIPMENT AND SHALL CONFORM TO FCC RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE USE OF TRANSMITTAL EQUIPMENT AS IT APPLIES TO AIRCRAFT.
11. ANY PILOT, IF, WHEN ON FINAL APPROACH TO THE RUNWAY, TOUCHDOWN HAS NOT BEEN MADE BY THE HALFWAY MARK, IN A FULL STALL CONDITION, (AS INDICATED BY THE YELLOW LINE BISECTING THE RUNWAY) THE LANDING SHALL BE ABORTED AND A MISSED APPROACH EXECUTED.
12. AT NO TIME IS BUZZING OF THE RUNWAY IS PERMITTED.
13. NO TOUCH AND GO LANDINGS ARE PERMITTED AT THIS FIELD AT ANY TIME.
14. CALM WIND RUNWAY IS RUNWAY 21. CALM WIND IS < 5 KTS.
15. IF WHILE ON FINAL APPROACH, THE PRECEDING AIRCRAFT (WHICH JUST LANDED) IS NOT CLEAR OF THE RUNWAY. THE AIRCRAFT ON FINAL MUST EXECUTE A GO-AROUND.
16. RUNWAY LIGHTS ARE AVAILABLE AND CAN BE TURNED ON MANUALLY OR BY RADIO. TO TURN ON THE LIGHTS BY RADIO, TUNE THE TRANSCEIVER TO 123.05, DEPRESS THE MIKE BUTTON 3 TIMES WITH IN 6 SECONDS WAIT 5 SECONDS AND RUNWAY LIGHTS WILL COME ON. YOU MAY ALSO USE 5 CLICKS OR 7 CLICKS. THE RUNWAY LIGHTS WILLREMAIN ON FOR 15MINUTES. THE PILOT WHO TURNS THE LIGHTS ON IN THE OFFICE MANUALLY IS RESPONSIBLE TO SECURE THE LIGHTS. BEFORE EACH NIGHT FLIGHT, THE PILOT MUST TEST THE RADIO ACTIVATED RUNWAY LIGHT SYSTEM.
A. WHEN CHANGING THE UNICOM FREQUENCY TO LISTEN TO ATIS OR AWOS ALWAYS RETURN THE FREQUENCY BACK TO 123.05 SO THE LIGHTS CAN BE TURNED ON AT NIGHT.
17. NO ONE SHALL ATTEMPT TO TAKE-OFF OR LAND ON THE AIRPORT AT NIGHT WITHOUT RUNWAY LIGHTS. ONLY ONE (1) LANDING AFTER MIDNIGHT.
18. A&P MECHANICS MAY WORK ON ANY AIRCRAFT BASED ON SKYPARK AIRPORT. THE FINANCIAL AGREEMENT WILL BE BETWEEN THE AIRCRAFT OWNER AND THE MECHANIC. THIS IS NOT CONSIDERED A COMMERCIAL OPERATION.
19. AIRCRAFT BASED AT SKYPARK MAY EMPLOY THEIR OWN FLIGHT INSTRUCTORS FROM OFF THE FIELD. NO FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR OTHER THAN THOSE CONTRACTED BY SKYPARK, INC. MAY TEACH COMMERCIALLY ON THE FIELD OR IN FLIGHT SCHOOL AIRCRAFT.
20. AVIATION ORIENTED OPERATIONS, SUCH AS PLANE WASHING, AIRCRAFT PARTS, SERVICE AND SALES WILL NOT BE PERMITTED WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE AIRPORT MANAGER.
Ground school rules
ALONG WITH THE FLIGHT TRAINING PROGRAM, SKYPARK OFFERS A GROUND SCHOOL. WHETHER IT IS FOR BASIC TRAINING, REFRESHER COURSES OR ADVANCE TRAINING. IN ORDER TO
OBTAIN THE MAXIMUM BENEFIT FROM THE COURSE OFFERED, CERTAIN RULES AND PROCEDURES MUST BE FOLLOWED TO MAINTAIN PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS OF TEACHING.
IN ORDER TO QUALIFY FOR A GRADUATION CERTIFICATE, A STUDENT MUST PASS SECTIONS EXAMS INCLUDING THE FINAL TEST. FAILURE OF ANY SECTION EXAM MAY BE MADE UP AT A DESIGNATED MAKE-UP TIME.
ONLY THOSE ENROLLED IN THE GROUND SCHOOL CLASS WILL BE PERMITTED TO ATTEND THE CLASSES.
ANYONE WANTING TO ATTEND A PARTICULAR SESSION OF GROUND SCHOOL MAY DO SO BY PRIOR ARRANGEMENT WITH THE GROUND INSTRUCTOR AT THE SPECIFIED COST.
CLASSES WILL BEGIN AT THE TIME INDICATED ON THE SIGNUP SHEET, PROMPTLY
ANYONE WISHING TO CONTACT A MEMBER OF THE CLASS MAY DO SO ONLY AT BREAK TIME, UNLESS IT IS AN EMERGENCY.
NO GROUND SCHOOL MATERIALS, SUCH AS FILMS, CASSETTES, EXAMS OR SPECIAL EQUIPMENT WILL BE PERMITTED TO LEAVE THE PREMISES UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.
ONLY ASSIGNED KITCHEN PERSONNEL WILL BE PERMITTED BEHIND THE COUNTER AND HAVE ACCESS TO THE KITCHEN FACILITIES.
NO SMOKING ALLOWED IN THE CLASSROOM WHILE CLASS IS IN SESSION.
MARRIED SPOUSE ONLY WILL BE PERMITTED TO ATTEND THE GROUND SCHOOL AT NO CHARGE.
Use of Skypark equipment and facilities
A. USE OF MOWING AND SNOW REMOVAL EQUIPMENT WILL BE RESTRICTED TO QUALIFIED SKYPARK PERSONNEL ONLY. OPERATOR AND EQUIPMENT CAN BE RENTED AT A NOMINAL FEE.
B. NO HAND TOOLS WILL BE LOANED AT ANY TIME.
C. PROJECTORS AND VIDEO EQUIPMENT WILL NOT LEAVE SKYPARK PREMISES AND WILL BE USED ONLY FOR GROUND SCHOOL AND SKYPARK ACTIVITIES.
D. GROUND SCHOOL SUPPLIES, SUCH AS FILMS, CASSETTES, TESTS AND ETC. WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO LEAVE SKYPARK PREMISES.
E. TABLES AND CHAIRS WILL NOT LEAVE THE BUILDING WITHOUT PERMISSION OF SKYPARK MANAGEMENT AND MUST BE SIGNED OUT BEFORE LEAVING THE PREMISES.
1. ONLY AUTHORIZED OPERATORS MAY OPERATE THE SNOWPLOW.
2. WHEN SNOWPLOW NEEDS FUEL, AUTHORIZATION FROM SKYPARK MANAGEMENT TO OBTAIN FUEL MUST BE GOTTEN BEFORE FUELING.
3. EACH OPERATOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR CHECKING BOTH OIL AND GAS.
4. ANY REPAIRS REQUIRED ON THE SNOWPLOW ARE TO BE REPORTED TO JOEL KULL OR THE MECHANIC IN THE MAINTENANCE HANGER.
FACILITIES-COMMUNITY ROOM AND PAVILION
G. THE COMMUNITY ROOM AND PAVILION MAY BE USED FOR SKYPARK RELATED ACTIVITIES AND SOCIAL EVENTS OPEN TO ALL…AT NO CHARGE.
H. SCHEDULING OF THE COMMUNITY ROOM AND PAVILION SHALL BE THROUGH THE AIRPORT MANAGER TO AVOID CONFLICT.
I. ANY GROUP USING THE COMMUNITY ROOM AND PAVILION SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR IMMEDIATE CLEAN-UP OF THE ROOM.
J. DECORATION OF THE COMMUNITY ROOM AND PAVILION SHALL REQUIRE APPROVAL OF THE AIRPORT MANAGER.
K. ALL MINOR CHILDREN VISITING SKYPARK FACILITIES MUST BE SUPERVISED.
L. THE PARKING LOT IS CAPABLE OF HANDLING THE MAJORITY OF CARS THAT ARRIVE AT SKYPARK. AT TIMES THE GATE SEPARATING THE PARKING LOT FROM THE INNER LIMITS OF THE AIRPORT IS LEFT OPEN. BY NO MEANS DOES THIS MEAN CARS ARE PERMITTED BEYOND THIS POINT. AT NO TIME IS ANY VEHICLE PERMITTED TO PARK IN FRONT OF ANY HANGAR DOOR.
M. SIGNS ARE POSTED ON ALL TAXIWAYS AND AT THE GATE ENTRANCE, THAT POSITIVELY NO ROAD VEHICLES ARE PERMITTED ON THE RUNWAY. SHOULD SOMEONE HAVE NEED TO DRIVE ON THE RUNWAY OR TAXIWAY, HE SHOULD FIRST CONTACT THE MANAGEMENT.
N. TELEPHONES - SKYPARK HAS TWO PHONE LINES THAT ROLL OVER TO THE ALTERNATE LINE WHEN THE OTHER IS BUSY. THE MAIN TELEPHONE NUMBER IS 330-334-9921. THE PHONE IS BLOCKED FOR THE USE OF 1 OR 0. IF YOU WISH TO DIAL A LONG DISTANCE NUMBER, YOU MUST DIAL 1-800-225-5288 AND THEN USE YOUR PHONE CREDIT CARD. SKYPARK ALSO HAS A FAX LINE 330-336-7820. THIS NUMBER ALSO DOUBLES AS THE APARTMENT’S PHONE LINE IN THE APARTMENT. IF IT IS IMPORTANT TO CONTACT THE APPARTMENT YOU CAN CALL THIS NUMBER OR CALL THE RESIDENT’S CELL PHONE NUMBER.
O. THE BUILDING IS LOCKED AT NIGHT. CONTACT OFFICE STAFF FOR THE COMBINATION CODE.
SKYPARK FLYING CLUB OFFERS TRAINING AND RENTAL AIRCRAFT AT A MINIMUM RATE. SCHEDULING OF THE AIRCRAFT FOR THE EXACT TIME OF USAGE WILL BE DONE BY THE “SCHEDULEMASTER SYSTEM” USING EITHER THE INTERNET OR THE TELEPHONE.
WHEN SKYPARK A TAILWHEEL AIRCRAFT FOR RENT TO SPECIFIC QUALIFIED PILOTS. THIS AIRCRAFT ASSISTS IN TEACHING PRIMARY STUDENTS THE PROPER CONFIGURATION OF A LANDING AND COULD BE USED FOR THEIR FIRST FEW HOURS OF LANDING TRAINING. THIS AIRCRAFT WILL ALSO ASSIST OTHER PILOTS THAT WISH TO GET A TAILWHEEL SIGNOFF.
ONLY THE RENTER OF THE SPECIFIC AIRCRAFT THAT IS BEING RENTED AT THAT TIME IS ALLOWED TO TAKE THE AIRPLANE KEYBOX OUT OF THE DISPENSER SYSTEM. THE REMOVAL OF THE KEYBOX CAN BE DONE ON THE COMPUTER FOR THE KEYBOX DESPENSER SYSTEM.
THE HOBBS HOUR READING OF THE AIRCRAFT IS TO BE PLACED IN THE ‘START HOBBS’ COLUMN ON THE TIME SHEET. IF THE HOBBS TIME SHOWN ON THE AIRCRAFT DOES NOT AGREE WITH THE HOBBS TIME SHOWN ON THE PREVIOUS FLIGHT, IMMEDIATELY NOTIFY A FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR OR THE OFFICE MANAGEMENT. DO NOT FLY THE AIRPLANE UNTIL YOU DO SO!
THE KEYS TO THE AIRPLANE MUST BE SCHEDULED OUT OF THE DISPENSER SYSTEM BEFORE AND AFTER EACH FLIGHT. THIS WILL ALLOW ALL AIRCRAFT TO BE ACCOUNTED FOR AT ALL TIMES.
UPON COMPLETION OF A FLIGHT, THE HOBBS HOUR READING SHALL BE PLACED IN THE ‘ENDING HOBBS’ COLUMN ON THE TIME SHEET AND THE KEY MUST BE SIGNED BACK IN ON THE DISPENSER SYSTEM. IF THE FLIGHT IS WITH AN INSTRUCTOR, THEN THE INSTRUCTOR MUST SIGN UNDER THE STUDENT’S NAME OTHERWISE THE AIRCRAFT WILL BE SALES TAXED.
ALWAYS SECURE THE AIRPLANE AT A TIE-DOWN UNLESS ANOTHER PILOT IS WAITING FOR THAT PARTICULAR AIRCRAFT AND REQUESTS IT GO TO THE FUEL PUMPS.
IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PILOT RENTING THE AIRCRAFT TO SEE THAT THE AIRCRAFT IS PROPERLY SECURED, TIED DOWN, AND CLEANED OF TRASH. A CHARGE WILL BE ASSESED TO HAVE IT CLEANED OF TRASH AND CHARGED TO YOUR ACCOUNT IF YOU FAIL TO DO SO. AIRCRAFT WILL BE FUELED AT THE BEGINNING OF THE FLIGHT AT ALL TIMES.
DO NOT FLY SKYPARK AIRCRAFT IF:
1. YOUR ACCOUNT IS IN THE RED.
2. YOUR BIANNUAL IS NOT CURRENT.
3. YOUR MEDICAL IS OUT OF DATE.
4. INSURANCE HAS EXPIRED.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO TAXI AROUND THE REAR OF A TIEDOWN. THE AREA BEHIND THE TIEDOWN IS NOT ALWAYS SMOOTH AND A BENT PROP COULD RESULT. (BENT PROPS COST A LOT OF MONEY!) WHEN PARKING THE AIRCRAFT, USE A TOWBAR TO ASSIST IN POSITIONING THE PLANE IN THE TIEDOWN.
DO NOT LEAVE ANY AIRCRAFT BACKWARDS ON A TIEDOWN AS TO LEAVE THE TAIL EXPOSED TO THE TAXIWAY.
AT NO TIME SHALL AN AIRCRAFT BE PARKED:
1. AS TO BLOCK THE ENTERANCE OR TAXIWAY TO A HANGAR.
2. IN THE VICINITY OF THE FUEL PUMPS FOR ANY REASON OTHER THAN OBTAINING FUEL. DO NOT LEAVE ANY AIRCRAFT PARKED AT THE PUMPS WHILE YOU FILE YOUR FLIGHT PLAN OR GET A BRIEFING.
RENTED AIRCRAFT ARE TO BE SIGNED OUT FOR THE TIME THEY ARE TO BE USED AND THAT TIME ONLY. THIS WILL MAKE THE AIRCRAFT MORE AVAILABLE. AIRCRAFT BEING SIGNED OUT FOR MORE THAN ONE DAY AT A TIME MUST FIRST CHECK WITH MANAGEMENT. BE COURTEOUS AND EVERYONE CAN FLY!!
3. ANY AIRCRAFT THAT IS NOT TAKEN 15 MINUTES AFTER IT IS SCHEDULED FOR LOCAL FLIGHT OR 30 MINUTES ON A CROSS COUNTRY, UNLESS WAITING FOR AN INSTRUCTOR, IS OPEN TO BE RESCHEDULED TO ANOTHER PILOT.
4. THE CESSNA 150’S OR 152’S ARE NOT ALLOWED ON AN OVERNIGHT CROSS COUNTRY FLIGHT(S).NOTAM….A 2 HOUR CANCELLATION NOTICE MUST BE GIVEN ON ALL SCHEDULED FLIGHTS. OTHERWISE A FEE SHALL BE LEVIED AGAINST YOUR ACCOUNT.
WHEN THE RUNWAY IS SNOW COVERED, RENTED AIRCRAFT MUST RECEIVE PERMISSION FROM A FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR TO FLY. THIS APPLIES TO ALL PILOTS REGUARDLESS OF EXPERIENCE.
ONLY SKYPARK MEMBER PILOTS MAY ACT AS PILOT-IN-COMMAND OF SKYPARK AIRCRAFT. (A STUDENT CANNOT TAKE A NON-SKYPARK MEMBER PRIVATE PILOT AS P.I.C.)
FOR OVERNIGHT CROSS-COUNTRY FLIGHTS, THERE WILL BE NO MINIMUM TIME CHARGE; THE ONLY CHARGE WILL BE THE ACTUAL TIME THE AIRCRAFT IS USED. THEREFORE, EACH FLIGHT MUST BE APPROVED BY AIRPORT MANAGEMENT.
NO CROSS-COUNTRY FLIGHTS GREATER THAN 350 MILES AS PILOT-IN-COMMAND WILL BE APPROVED FOR ANYONE UNDER 100 HOURS OF LOGGED TIME.
WHILE RENTING SKYPARK AIRCRAFT, THE PILOT-IN-COMMAND, MUST HAVE $20,000 MINIMUM HULL INSURANCE IF RENTING A C150 $20,000 IF RENTING A C152 $30,000 or RENTING C-172 $40,000
Scheduling aircraft and instructors
Schedulemaster is the system used at Skypark for all of the Rental aircraft and Instructors. This system is a website on the Internet and also has a “1-800” number to use if a computer is not available. All functions can be accessed by either Internet or telephone. Schedulemaster will aid in the efficiency of scheduling of Skypark aircraft and Skypark Instructors. It was made to ensure that when you, as a rental member, schedule an aircraft or Instructor, that time cannot be changed except by the person that made that appointment or Skypark management.
How Schedule Master Works
ELIGIBILITY: In order to schedule on this system the following must be in effect and on file at Skypark Airport:
1. Skypark account must be in the black(which is a negative number in quickbooks) or the system will lock you out from scheduling of aircraft or Instructors.
2. Copy of current BFR date. If on file, system will remind you 60 days prior to expiration that it is due.
3. Copy of current Medical. If on file, system will remind you 60 days prior to expiration that it is due.
4. Students must have a copy of their current Solo sign-off on file to receive a 90 day “BFR” date otherwise they will get a 30 day “BFR” date in order to schedule. These dates will constantly change until the Student receives their Pilot’s license.
5. Membership information and Schedulemaster information sheet must be kept current with change of addresses, telephone numbers, e-mail addresses and pertinent aviation data.
SCHEDULING ON THE INTERNET
Go on your Internet Server and go to the Website which is “www.scheulemaster.com/smlogin.htm. When this website appears it will ask for your username and a PIN number. This is an assigned 4-digit PIN and is your membership # that cannot be changed and can only be used with your permission. After entering this information, either a User tab or a Schedule tab will come up. If the User tab appears, it will give you your BFR date and medical date if it is due within 60 days of that time. You should use the User file to update your Schedulemaster records including your e-mail address. If the information in the Eligibility paragraph above is not current it will tell you that you are not allowed to schedule. If the Schedule tab comes up, you may start scheduling Skypark rental aircraft and Skypark Contracted Instructors.
6. Enter all the selection criteria, including the specific resource that you want (N# or Instructor, etc.) start and end date and time, using military time. Select Display and choose a one day calendar, etc. Select ‘make’ for the action and press submit. This will give you a calendar and show specifics of the different schedules.
7. Enter the start and end date and time. Select ‘view’ for the action, and ‘List by N#’ or ‘list by date’ for the display and press submit. When the page reloads, a ‘Push to Schedule’ button will be displayed for each resource that matches your request. Click the button for the resource that you want.
8. In order that you may cancel a schedule, enter the selection criteria for the time period of interest, ‘view’ as ‘list by N#’ or ‘List by Date’ and press submit. When the page reloads, ‘Push to Schedule’ button will be displayed for each . Click the button for the schedule you want to cancel. Note that you may optionally select ‘just me’ for ‘pilot’ and set the start or end dates to restrict the schedules displayed and also reduce the time required to load the page
SCHEDULING OVER THE PHONE AND CANCELLATION OF AIRCRAFT
The number to be used for scheduling and cancellations over the telephone is 1-800-414-6114. All you do is dial and listen to the prompts. Cancellations can be done up to two (2) hours prior to time the aircraft is scheduled. After 6-1-2002, a charge of $5.00 can be assessed for non-cancellation and abuse of the scheduling system (i.e., scheduling for longer and not using the aircraft.)
Scheduling C-172 aircraft on the weekends
It is Skypark’s purpose to provide aircraft (C-150, C-152, C-172’s) for training and aircraft personal use trips (C-172). Skypark has five (5) aircraft (C-150,C-152) for primary instruction and seven (4) aircraft for personal use.
Student pilots will only be scheduling for two (2) hours per lesson on weekends in order to make available for ALL pilots. This restriction applies only to the C-172’s.
More than two (2) hour blocks will have to be pre-approved by Skypark management.
Scheduling of aircraft more than 30 days in advance is not permitted. Exceptions can be made for a pilot planning on using a cross country aircraft to go on vacation and is planning further out than the 30 day restriction.
Aircraft that have been scheduled for MORE than 4 hours for reasons other than weather must be cancelled 24 hours in advance. It has always been the policy at Skypark that if the keys for an aircraft have not been taken after 15 minutes of scheduled time for a LOCAL lesson or 30 minutes for a CROSS COUNTRY flight, that aircraft is no longer scheduled and is free to be taken by anyone.
NO-SHOWS AND NON-CANCELLATION OF SCHEDULES WILL BE CHARGED:
$5.00 FOR Local flight
$10.00 for Cross country flights.
To eliminate the possibility of being charged, anyone can go to VIEW MY NOTIFICATIONS on the schedule page and click on it. It will bring up three types of notification you can have. If you click on REMINDERS it will notify your e-mail in plenty of time for your to cancel.
Requirements to instruct at Skypark
Instructors at Skypark are Independent Contractors, however, they have certain requirements that must be met in order for them to fly and instruct in the aircraft at Skypark. These requirements must be met for the open liability insurance policy or they must be waived by the Insurance company. The following is a list of the requirement for these flight Instructors.
MULTI-ENGINE REQUIREMENTS TO INSTRUCT:
1000 Hours Total Flight time
5 Hours in Type
A SEL HIGH PERFORMANCE/RETRACTABLE GEAR REQUIREMENTS TO INSTRUCT:
500 Hours Total Flight time
100 Hours Retractable Gear Flight time
10 Hours in Type
ASEL UNDER 200 H.P. FIXED GEAR REQUIREMENTS TO INSTRUCT:
300 Hours Total Flight time
10 Hours in Type
TAILWHEEL REQUIREMENTS TO INSTRUCT:
500 Hours Total Flight time
100 Hours Retractable Gear Flight time
10 Hours in Type
Administration fees, instructor’s fees and aircraft rates
A. Use of Skypark Aircraft requires the annual administration fee to be paid every twelve months.
B. Husband and wife and children under the age of 21, will pay one administration fee.
C. The Skypark administration fee will be automatically taken out of accounts on an annual basis unless the office is notified of your withdrawal within 30 days.
D. An administration fee will be required for aircraft owners who wish to base at other airports but take advantage of Skypark Facilities.
A. Instructor fees will be paid by students to the instructor on a separate contract basis. This fee is solely between the student and the instructor.
B. This fee will be paid at the end of each lesson. Do not pre-pay.
C. A higher rate will be charge for advance rates.
D. Cancellation of student lessons for reasons other than weather MUST be made 24 hours in advance.
DUAL INSTRUCTION AT SKYPARK
A. No one will be permitted to give dual instruction in Skypark Aircraft except those instructors that are members of Skypark and APPROVED BY THE SKYPARK MANAGEMENT.
B. Student pilots will contact an instructor before each solo flight.
C. No student shall go outside of the practice area without proper x-country planning and sign-off by an instructor.
D. Each student must have an endorsement in his logbook every 90 days approving solo flight for each type of aircraft.
E. At no time shall a student take a passenger. Two students do not a private pilot make.
F. Touch and go landings are not approved at Skypark.
G. No practice emergency landings may be practiced in solo flight.
H. No student shall take-off and land after sunset or before sunrise without an instructor.
4. AIRPLANE RATES
A. AIRCRAFT WILL BE RENTED ON THE HONOR SYSTEM BY SIGNING THE LOG SHEET IN THE AIRCRAFT KEYBOX AND RECORDING THE TIME BEFORE AND AFTER EACH FLIGHT.
B. A CREDIT BALANCE MUST BE MAINTAINED BY THE RENTER. WHEN A LONG CROSS COUNTRY FLIGHT IS PLANNED, THE APPROXIMATE AMOUNT OF HOURS MUST BE PURCHASEDIN ADVANCE. DO NOT FLY IN THE RED AS YOU WILL LOSE YOUR DISCOUNT AND BE CHARGED FULL RATE FOR THE AIRPLANE.
GASOLINE PURCHASED EN-ROUTE WILL BE CREDITED TO YOUR ACCOUNT
AT THE PRESENT CLUB RATE. ALL HOURLY RATES ARE WET. GASOLINE RECEIPTS SHOULD BE TURNED IN WHEN MONIES PAID ON YOUR ACCOUNT OF $300.00 OR MORE IN ORDER TO RECEIVE 17% DISOCOUNT ON ALL PURCHASES.
DRY RATES ARE AVAILIBLE BUT NEED THE APPROVAL BY SKYPARK MANAGEMENT PRIOR TO THE FLIGHT. SKYPARK MANAGEMENT MUST APPROVE REPAIRS AT OTHER AIRPORTS INEXCESS OF $20.00.
E. MONEY RECEIVED IN ADVANCE ON ACCOUNT MUST BE IN THE AMOUNT OF
$300.00 OR MORE IN ORDER TO RECEIVE THE 17% DISCOUNT. $150.00 TO $299.00 WILL ONLY
RECEIVE 9% DISCOUNT. IF YOU ARE IN THE RED, ANY AMOUNT, YOU SHOULD PAY THE RED AMOUNT AND THEN PAY THE $300.00 OR $150.00, THAT WAY YOU WILL RECEIVE THE FULL BONUS.
THE WAY THE BONUS SYSTEM WORKS:
IF YOU PUT $300.00 IN YOUR ACCOUNT, YOU WILL RECEIVE 17% DISCOUNT ON ALL PURCHASES.
$300.00 YOUR MONEY ON DEPOSIT
1 hour in a C-150.
Your statement will show a rate of $75.00 for rental
A discount line of -$12.75 calculated on the $75. at 17% discount.
The total or the statement will be $62.25 for a student
For the non-student a tax will be add for 6.5% sales tax.
If you last payment was $150 to $299.99 only 9% will be calculated against the $75.
If you are in the red or paid less that $150 then the discount line will be zero.
The only exceptions to the financial rules are out of the area members, and then those exceptions are strictly followed and agreed to with Skypark management.
Qualifications to fly at Skypark
1. ALL RENTERS MUST BE CURRENT IN ACCORDANCE WITH PART 61.
2. ACCOUNT MUST BE WITH A CREDIT BALANCE AT LEAST THE AMOUNT
OF THE INTENDED FLIGHT.
3. ALL PILOTS MUST CARRY MINIMUM RENTERS HULL INSURANCE IN THE AMOUNT
OF $20,000.00 FOR A C-150 $30,000 FOR C-152, AND $40,000 FOR A C-172.
4. ALL STUDENT SOLO FLIGHTS MUST BE APPROVED BY A FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR.
5. ANY CROSS-COUNTRY OVERNIGHTMUST BE APPROVED BY THE MANAGEMENT REGARDLESS OF EXPERIENCE. NO OVERNIGHT CROSS-COUNTRY FOR STUDENTS.
6. OVERNIGHT OR CROSS-COUNTRY FLIGHT ARE ONLY CHARGED FOR HOURS
FLOWN. NO CHARGE FOR DOWN TIME.
7. STUDENTS ARE NOT PERMITTED OUT OF THE PRACTICE AREA UNTIL THEY HAVE
AN ENDORSEMENT BY A FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR. STUDENT PILOTS MUST GET PERMISSION FROM A
CFI BEFORE EACH CROSS-COUNTRY FLIGHT AND THEIR LOGBOOK ENDORSED FOR EACH FLIGHT.
QUALIFICATIONS TO FLY SKYPARK AIRPLANES
1 C-150, C-152, C-172 CHECK OUT. NO TOTAL HOURS. STUDENT PILOTS MUST BE TYPE RATED.
2. To fly a retractable aircraft, Private/Instrument pilot with 200 hours total time.
a. 25 HRS RETRACTABLE GEAR AND A SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF A DUAL FLIGHT
REVIEW IN MAKE AND MODEL WITH A HIGH PERFORMANCE/COMPLEX LOGBOOK
5 HRS. DUAL FLIGHT INSTRUCTION IN SAME MAKE AND MODEL AND A HIGH
PERFORMANCE/COMPLEX LOGBOOK ENDORSEMENT.
3 PIPER APACHE MULTI-ENGINE TO ACT AS PILOT IN COMMAND:
a. PILOT MUST HAVE MULTI-ENGINE RATING WITH 300 HRS TOTAL TIME AND 50 HRS
MULTI-ENGINE AND 5 HOURS IN TYPE WITH A CHECK-OUT AND A HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPLEX ENDORSEMENT.
300 HRS TOTAL TIME AND BE A GRADUATE OF SKYPARK MULTI-ENGINE TRAINING
PROGRAM WITH A HIGH PERFORMANCE/COMPLEX LOGBOOK ENDORSEMENT.
4 TAILWHEEL TO ACT AS PILOT IN COMMAND:
a. PRIVATE PILOT AND ABOVE MUST HAVE 100 HOURS TOTAL TIME, 25 HOURS TAILWHEEL TIME AND 10 HRS. IN MAKE AND MODEL OR
b. 5 HRS DUAL IN MAKE AND MODEL.
c. CFI’s MUST HAVE 500 HRS TOTAL TIME, 100 HRS TAILWHEEL AND 10 HRS IN MAKE
AFTER A CAREFUL REVIEW OF HANGARS AT SKYPARK, THERE ARE NUMEROUS HANGARS THAT DO NOT HAVE AIRWORTHY AIRCRAFT IN THEM AND ARE BEING USED AS A STORAGE FACILITY FOR OTHER THAN AIRCRAFT STORAGE. THIS IS UNACCEPTABE AS IT IS IMMORAL FOR AIRCRAFT TO BE TIED DOWN OUTSIDE WHILE A HANGAR IS BEING USED FOR THIS TYPE OF STORAGE.
A TENNANT MAY PUT ADDITIONAL AIRCRAFT IN THE SAME HANGAR FOR THE MONTHLY FIELD USE RATE IN ADDITION TO REGULAR HANGAR RENT.
TENNANT MAY PURCHASE THEIR HANGAR AND BECOME A MEMBER OF THE CONDO ASSOCIATION.
A LEASE WILL BE GRANTED BY SKYPARK INC. TO ANY TENANT FOR PURPOSES OF SECURITY WHEN ANY IMPROVEMENT IS MADE TO THE HANGAR. THIS IMPROVEMENT WILL REMAIN AS PART OF THE BUILDING AT THE END OF THE LEASE OR WHEN HANGAR IS VACATED.
THE RESPONSIBILITY OF MINOR MAINTENANCE SUCH AS REPLACEMENT OF LIGHT BULBS, ADJUSTMENT OF HANGAR DOORS, REPLACEMENT OF HARDWARE ON DOORS, THE MOVEMENT OF DOORS DURING FREEZING WEATHER IS THAT OF THE HANGAR TENANT.
PURCHASE OF AND MAINTAINING OF WINCH EQUIPMENT WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF HANGAR TENANT. THIS EQUIPMENT WILL REMAIN PORPERTY OF THE TENANT.
REPLACEMENT OF GRAVEL ON HANGAR FLOORS WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF TENANT.
SNOW REMOVAL WILL BE MADE ON TAXIWAYS IN FRONT OF HANGARS. IT WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF HANGAR TENANTS FOR ANY ADDITIONAL SNOW REMOVAL TO THE TAXIWAY.
NO TORCHES OR ANY BURNING EQUIPMENT WILL BE PERMITTED IN ANY OF THE HANGARS.
IF MAINTENANCE IS GOING TO BE PERFORED IN THE HANGAR AND USED FOR A SHOP, A HOLD HARMLESS AGREEMENT MUST BE SIGNED.
HIGHER THAN NORMAL ELECTRIC BILL WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF HANGAR TENANT, SUCH AS REFRIGERATORS, ELECTRIC ENGINE HEATERS, SHOP LIGHTS AND ELECTRIC APPLIANCES.
THERE WILL BE NO PARKING OF AIRCRAFT OR VEHICLES IN FRONT OF HANGARS WHICH WILL BLOCK ACCESS AND EGRESS TO TAXIWAYS. NO VEHICLES WILL BE STORED OUTSIDE OF ANY HANGAR OR ON THE COMMON GROUNDS. VEHICLES PARKED MORE THAN 30 DAYS ARE SUBJECT TO TOWING AT THE OWNER’S EXPENSE.
NO GASOLINE OR FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS CAN BE STORED IN THE HANGER.
THERE WILL BE, MAINTAINED IN THE OFFICE A HANGAR WAITING LIST. WHEN A TENANT LEAVES THE FIELD, THE HANGAR WILL BE RELINQUISHED TO THE NEXT PERSON ON THE LIST.
WHEN A HANGAR TENANT SELLS HIS AIRCRAFT, HE HAS THE OPTION OF MAINTIANING THE HANGAR FOR SIX MONTHS OR LETTING THE NEW PURCHASER HAVE THE FIRST OPTION ON IT. IF THE NEW PURCHASER DOES NOT ELECT TO KEEP THE HANGAR, THE NEXT PERSON ON THE WAITING LIST WILL BE CONTACTED.
HANGAR TENANTS NEED NOT PAY AN ADMINISTRATION FEE UNLESS THEY WANT TO RENT SKYPARK AIRCRAFT.
SKYPARK ADMINISTRATION FEE IS REQUIRED FOR AIRCRAFT OWNERS BASED AT OTHER AIRPORTS BUT WISH TO PURCHASE GAS AT SKYPARK AND WISH TO HAVE THE PRIVILEGES OF AIRCRAFT BASED AT SKYPARK.
SKYPARK ADMINISTRATION FEE ENTITLES ALL THE ABOVE AIRCRAFT OWNERS TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF ALL SKYPARK FACILITIES AND ACTIVITIES AND BE PLACED ON THE MAILING LIST IN ADDITION TO PURCHASE GAS AT THE CLUB RATE.
Tiedown renters will furnish their own ropes. .
Tiedown renters must inspect their tiedown areas for safe and satisfactory conditions. .
Tiedown renters need not pay an administration fee.
Skypark’s condominium association
The goals of the Skypark Condo Association is to encourage Grass roots aviation and its pursuit in keeping the cost of flying down to the minimum. The Condo Association wants to maintain a small airport atmosphere and maintain a family atmosphere at the airport and all its activities.
The policies pertaining to airport usage contained in this policy & procedure manual for skypark airport shall apply to the condominium owner with the exception that they receive free field use for one aircraft owned by them.
condo tiedown & hangar units, when sub-rented, will pay a $10 field use rate. this collection is the responsibility of the condo owner.
excessive use of utilities above the average will be charged to the hangar condo owner.
collection of common fees such as utilities, insurance, will be paid to Skypark Inc. on an annual basis.
Condo Association meetings will be announced.
Skypark Condo meetings are open meetings for all skypark people.
Condo units are available for purchase to all skypark people.
Condo members will automatically become members in the skypark flying club.
Petro Vend fuel system
SKYPARK RENTAL AIRCRAFT
BE SURE THAT THE FUEL PUMP LEVER IS OFF.
INSERT YOUR MEMBERSHIP NUMBER AS FOLLOWS: 4 NUMBERS STARTING WITH A ZERO. PRESS ENTER.
INSERT FUEL KEY FOR THE AIRPLANE. PRESS ENTER.
INSERT PIN NUMBER (PERSONAL ACCESS NUMBER). PRESS ENTER.
SELECT PUMP NUMBER. (ALL RENTAL AIRCRAFT USE 100LL, PUMP #1). PRESS ENTER.
SWITCH PUMP LEVER TO THE ON POSITION AND BEGIN PUMPING FUEL.
SHUT OFF PUMP.
AVI-GAS CLUB (PERSONAL AIRCRAFT)
1. BE SURE THE FUEL PUMP LEVER IS OFF.
2. INSERT YOUR MEMBERSHIP NUMBER AS FOLLOWS: 4 NUMBERS STARTING WITH 0. PRESS ENTER.
3. INSERT PIN NUMBER (PERSONAL ACCESS NUMBER). PRESS ENTER.
4. SELECT PUMP NUMBER. PRESS ENTER.
5. SWITCH PUMP LEVER TO THE “ON” POSITION AND BEGIN PUMPING FUEL.
6. SHUT OFF PUMP.
Gas Club Account MUST be in the BLACK to some degree in order to receive fuel for club rate. You will know your account total by the last statement emailed to you. If you have lost that email you can ask in the office anyone who has Quickbooks access to print your account or tell you your current balance.
C. TRANSIENT AIRCRAFT BUYING FUEL
SELLER MUST HAVE A plane account.
be sure the fuel pump lever is off.
insert membership number as follows: 4 numbers starting with a 0. press enter.
Insert transient vehicle fuel key. press enter.
select pump number. Pump #1 and #2 are for 100ll. press enter
switch pump lever to the on position and begin pumping fuel.
shut off pump.
pay for fuel at the going rate and be sure to get a receipt or have it charged to your account.
In the spirit of keeping the cost of fuel down, the following is Skypark’s gas price structure.
Transient and members in the red-fuel is at full rate, no bonus.
payment by members of $1.00-$149.00 –no discount
payment by members of $150.00-$299.00 – 9% discount
payment by members of $300.00 or more – 17% discount
The prices INCLUDE ALL taxes except the state of Ohio sales tax. by having an investment in the inventory of fuel, you actually own a share of the fuel and you receive a better price. this method of bookkeeping has been very successful in the plane RENTAL SINCE 1972. this bonus plan does not require you to maintain a set balance, but a positive balance. this money can be used for store purchases or hangar rent.
the following are condensed rules for avi-gas club members:
must be a member in good standing (this is done by paying a $84.00 membership fee and having a positive gas account) or having your aircraft based at Skypark.
you do not have to maintain a balance for your account.
avi-gas can be sold for racing fuel, high performance cars and other uses.
hangar rent and store purchases can be made with your account money.
money can be returned at any time from the account.
do not use more than 15 gallons from #2 pump.
PSI testing center
As an added convenience to the skypark flying school, we offer computerized testing for the following flight tests:
private pilot- airplane commercial pilot- airplane
private pilot- glider commercial pilot- glider
private pilot- rotorcraft commercial pilot- rotorcraft
private pilot- free balloon commercial pilot- free balloon
private pilot- lighter than air commercial pilot- lighter than air
instrument rating- airplane flight instructor- airplane
instrument rating- rotorcraft flight instructor- rotorcraft
recreational pilot flight instructor- glider
fundamentals of instructing flight instructor- instruments
ground instructor- basic instrument ground instructor
advanced ground instructor airline transport pilot
flight engineer aviation mechanic-general
aviation mechanic airframe aviation mechanic- powerplant
parachute rigger aircraft dispatcher
flight examiner fcc tests
We offer testing at any time by appointment.
Skypark’s pilot shop
SkyPark provides for the convenience of its membership and flying public, a store with an inventory of pilot supplies. besides training manuals, we keep a complete line of softcom headsets, hard to get stainless hardware, aviation jewelry, children’s toys, coloring books, etc., flight bags, batteries, from flashlight batteries to 24 volt aircraft batteries, aircraft mainenance supplies, oil, oil filters and spark plugs.
the store carries many types of gifts for the pilot, from an aviation clock to foggles, sunglasses, kneeboards, tie pins, money clips, skypark shirts and hats of many styles.
A. all members of the skypark flying club will receive a 10% discount on purchases made in the store.
B. charges may be made to your account as long as your account has a credit balance at the time of the charge.
Acknowledgement and understanding of Skypark’s policies
The undersigned hereby acknowledges the SkyPark policy and procedures manual has been read by the undersigned and its contents are fully understood. deviation from contained policies and procedures must be in agreement with skypark management.
I have read and understand the contents of the SkyPark Policies and Procedures Manual
Membership # ______________ Please Print and turn in to the office