§ 2-3. Restricted areas  


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  • (a) It shall be unlawful for any person to enter or go upon the landing field or any portion thereof, including runways, roadways, taxiways, aprons or any other area marked restricted or closed to the public except in the performance of official duties or upon written permission of the director of airports or his duly authorized representative. Any tenant of the department of airports who has access to these areas through restricted gate operations shall be responsible for persons reaching these restricted areas when said gate is not properly secured as provided for under the Federal Security Rules of the FAA, section 107. Any person or tenant who does not allow access to these areas, shall be responsible for paying any fine levied against the department of airports by the FAA.

    (b) It shall be unlawful for any person to enter customs rooms, immigration or public health rooms, or other areas under the jurisdiction of the United States government, private offices in the terminal building, any hangar, shop space or maintenance area, the landing field, runways, taxi strips, apron areas or the loading aprons of the airport, except:

    (1) Persons assigned to duty or having official business therein.

    (2) Authorized representatives of the United States government including the Federal Aviation Administration.

    (3) Persons authorized by the director or his duly authorized representative.

    (4) Passengers under appropriate supervision entering or leaving or crossing upon any apron area for the purposes of enplaning or deplaning.

(Res. of 2-3-70, § III(2), (3); Ord. No. 70-1, § 1, 3-31-70; Ord. No. 75-20, § 1, 10-14-75)