In order to qualify for state financial assistance, local governments or airport authorities currently operating or proposing to develop a publicly owned airport, seaplane port or heliport which will be open to the public without restriction shall meet criteria and standards of construction as specified by the Director of Aeronautics.  Generally, this will coincide with the standards contained in the AC 150 Series of FAA Advisory Circulars, available from the United States Department of Transportation, Washington, D. C. and on file in the Division of Aeronautics.  Sponsors may alternately meet the applicable construction standards contained in "Standard Specifications for Roads and Structures" available from the Division of Highways, Raleigh, and on file in the Division of Aeronautics.  On a case by case basis, the Director of Aeronautics may require adherence to the FAA Advisory Circular Series, the North Carolina "Standard Specifications for Roads and Structures", or any other standards as he may prescribe.


History Note:        Authority G.S. 63‑66; 143B‑348; 143B‑355;

Eff. July 1, 1978;

Amended Eff. December 1, 1993.