Goto Section: 87.345 | 87.349 | Table of Contents

FCC 87.347
Revised as of October 1, 2020
Goto Year:2019 | 2021
  §  87.347   Supplemental eligibility.

   (a) Aeronautical utility stations may transmit on unicom frequencies
   only at airports which have a unicom and a part-time or no control
   tower, an RCO or an FAA flight service station.

   (b) An applicant for an aeronautical utility station operating on a
   unicom frequency or the frequency 122.900 MHz must:

   (1) Have a need to routinely operate a ground vehicle on the airport
   movement area;

   (2) Maintain a list of the vehicle(s) in which the station is to be

   (3) Certify on the application that either the applicant is the airport
   owner or operator, or a state or local government aeronautical agency,
   or that the airport owner or operator has granted permission to operate
   the vehicle(s) on the airport movement area.

   (c) An applicant for an aeronautical utility station requesting
   authority to transmit on the local control (tower) frequency or on the
   control tower remote communications outlet (RCO) frequency must certify
   that the Air Traffic Manager of the airport control tower approves the
   requested use of the tower or RCO frequency.

   [ 53 FR 28940 , Aug. 1, 1988, as amended at  55 FR 30464 , July 26, 1990;
    55 FR 30908 , July 30, 1990;  63 FR 68958 , Dec. 14, 1998]


Goto Section: 87.345 | 87.349

Goto Year: 2019 | 2021
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