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1 Presented to: By: Date: Federal Aviation Administration Approval Process Overview Cranes or Other Objects United Parcel Service Mike Manis, Support Specialist, MIA ATCT February 11, 2009

2 Federal Aviation Administration 2 Crane Process Overview February 11, 2009 A Crane is Needed Code of Federal Regulations – Part 77 Any object that affects navigable airspace

3 Federal Aviation Administration 3 Crane Process Overview February 11, 2009 Different Governmental Agencies If on the Airport, Dade County Aviation Department will have separate, additional approval requirements and process. FAA has several divisions Responsibility on Crane Operator to obtain all needed approvals

4 Federal Aviation Administration 4 Crane Process Overview February 11, 2009 FAA System File notice via internet https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external/portal.jsp

5 Federal Aviation Administration 5 Crane Process Overview February 11, 2009 FAA OE/AAA Website

6 Federal Aviation Administration 6 Crane Process Overview February 11, 2009 FAA OE/AAA Website Instructions in middle of page

7 Federal Aviation Administration 7 Crane Process Overview February 11, 2009 FAA OE/AAA Website Step 1: Register as a user Either New User Registration link: Can file by postal mail, takes more time

8 Federal Aviation Administration 8 Crane Process Overview February 11, 2009 FAA OE/AAA Website – Registration

9 Federal Aviation Administration 9 Crane Process Overview February 11, 2009 FAA OE/AAA Website – Login Login with Username and Password Help: or

10 Federal Aviation Administration 10 Crane Process Overview February 11, 2009 FAA OE/AAA Website - Portal Step 2: Input Information Where to input information Off Airport or On Airport

11 Federal Aviation Administration 11 Crane Process Overview February 11, 2009 If on MIA Airport, also Contact DCAD Step 3: (If Required) If on MIA Airport, also contact Dade County Aviation Department. José Ramos, Chief of Aviation Planning

12 Federal Aviation Administration 12 Crane Process Overview February 11, 2009 After Input Into OE/AAA, What Next? Use FAA Aeronautical Study Number for reference In 2008 there were 128 on airport (NRA) cases in Miami-Dade County

13 Federal Aviation Administration 13 Crane Process Overview February 11, 2009 Case Data Example

14 Federal Aviation Administration 14 Crane Process Overview February 11, 2009 After Input Into OE/AAA, What Next? Different FAA Divisions and Military can respond AT-OES (Obstruction Evaluation Service) AF (Airway Facilities a.k.a. Technical Ops) FP (Flight Procedures) ADO (Airport District Office) FS (Flight Standards) FM (Frequency Management)

15 Federal Aviation Administration 15 Crane Process Overview February 11, 2009 FAA Divisions and Military continued USAF – Air Force USN – Navy USA – Army AT-OSG (Operations Service Group) ATCT (Air Traffic Control Tower) All may respond, but must respond by deadline to give input

16 Federal Aviation Administration 16 Crane Process Overview February 11, 2009 Division Response Example

17 Federal Aviation Administration 17 Crane Process Overview February 11, 2009 One Project Could Be Several Cases South Terminal Crane Project had three Aeronautical Study Numbers: View of Project Cases (FAA users View)

18 Federal Aviation Administration 18 Crane Process Overview February 11, 2009 Project Closest Points Made Cases

19 Federal Aviation Administration 19 Crane Process Overview February 11, 2009 ASN Data Available to FAA Users Case Data – Summary Information Part 77 – Impact to IFR Procedures POS – Penetration of Surfaces Report Design Surfaces Documents ( , maps, etc) Correspondence Archive (Determinations, Extensions, etc) Division Responses (Used in Determination)

20 Federal Aviation Administration 20 Crane Process Overview February 11, 2009 Objective – Determination Letter Either No Hazard, or No Hazard with Provisions Typical: Crane has Flags and Lights at Night Also: Could Require NOTAM(S) Issued for IFR Procedure Modification - Departure Procedures or Instrument Approach Procedures

21 Federal Aviation Administration 21 Crane Process Overview February 11, 2009 Case Data Example Part 77 Results

22 Federal Aviation Administration 22 Crane Process Overview February 11, 2009 Final Step Project Complete Advise FAA and/or MIA Airport

23 Federal Aviation Administration 23 Crane Process Overview February 11, 2009 AIRPORT Part 77 Surfaces

24 Federal Aviation Administration 24 Crane Process Overview February 11, 2009 Websites and Contact Information https://oeaaa.faa.gov/oeaaa/external/portal.jsp FAA Miami ATCT: Mike Manis Dade County Aviation Dept: José Ramos


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