I. Pre-Inspection

  • 1. Reviewed previous inspection?

  • 1a. List issues from previous inspections that have not been addressed (explain mitigation and timeframe to correct this issue).

  • 2. Reviewed Airport Master Plan

  • 2a. List of changes to Airport Master Record (list changes by category and item numbers, give regulation or circular if applicable)

  • 3. Reviewed Airport Plan

  • 3a. Describe changes to Airport Sketch (copy of marked up sketch will be sent separately)

  • 4. Reviewed Airport Facility Directory?

  • 4a. List changes or additions that need to be made to the Airport Facility Directory.

II. Runway 17 / 35

  • 1. Length
    1386 metres

  • 2. Width
    30 metres

  • 3. Surface Condition

  • 4. Pavement Edge

  • 5. Runway Object Free Area / Primary Surface

  • 6. Approach paths

  • 7. Transitional Surface

  • 8. Runway Protection Zone

  • 9. Surface Gradient

  • 10. Debris

III Runway 11 / 29

  • 1. Length
    731 metres

  • 2. Width
    60 metres

  • 3. Surface Condition

  • 4. Edge

  • 5. Runway Object Free Area / Primary Surface

  • 6. Approach Surface

  • 7. Transitional Surface

  • 8. Runway Protection Zone

  • 9. Surface Gradient

  • 10. Debris

  • 11. Grass height

  • 12. PLA Buffer Zones

IV Taxiways

  • 1. Width

  • 2. Surface Condition

  • 3. Debris

  • 4. Edges

Apron Area

  • Surface condition

  • Debris and FOD

  • Obstruction

V Grass Area

  • 1. Dimensions Maintained

  • 2. Ruts/Surface Variations

  • 3. Drainage

  • 4. Objects in Safety Area/Frangible Mounting

  • 5. Lucerne

  • 6. Grass Height

VI Markings, Signs and Lighting

  • 1. Runway Markings

  • 2. Taxiway Centerline

  • 3. Taxiway Edge Markings

  • 4. Holding Position Markings

  • 5. Signs Identifying Taxiing Routes

  • 6. Holding Position Signs

  • 7. Signs Internally Illuminated

  • 8. Runway Lighting

  • 9. Taxiway Lighting/Reflectors

  • 10. Wind Socks

  • 11. Apron Edge Lights

  • 12. Flood Lights

Public Protection

  • Control Procedures

  • Boundary Fences

  • Boundary Access Gates

  • Fences

  • Security Gates

VII. Fuel Storage Areas

  • 1. Fencing/Locks/Signs

  • 2. Piping protected from vehicles

  • 3. No Smoking signs posted

  • 4. Deadman Controls for loading stations

  • 5. Fire Extinguishers - Inspected/Accessible

  • 6. Emergency Shutoff - Signed/Accessible

  • 7. Fuel Leaks

  • 8. Bonding wire/clips

  • 9. Grounding

  • 10. No vegetation or trash

  • 11. No evidence of smoking

VIII. Mobile Fuelers

  • 1. No Smoking sign in cab

  • 2. Flammability signs/haz mat placards all sides

  • 3. Bonding cables and clips

  • 4. Deadman control

  • 5. Fire Extinguishers - proper type/inspected

  • 6. Emergency shutoffs operable and marked

  • 7. Fuel leaks

  • 8. Vehicle exhaust system - shielded

  • 9. No evidence of smoking - no ashtray in cab

  • 10. Vehicle parking - 10' apart/50' from buildings - on pavement

iX. Traffic/Wind Indicators

  • 1. Wind sock condition

  • 2. Segmented Circle

X. Wildlife Control

  • Plover; Magpie; Hawk; Rabbit.

Terminal

  • External

  • Internal

XI. Miscellaneous Observations

  • External electricity

  • Airways power centre

  • Communications

  • Telephone land line

  • Mobile devices

  • Radios

Roading

  • Car Park

  • Ring Road

  • Road Signage

XII. NZAIP

  • Changes required

Contacts

  • Phil Parker 027 4930557

  • Colin Giles - 027 742 6729

  • Rob Sharp - 027 2312 083

  • Notam Office - 03 358 1688

  • Jeff Hamilton - Air NZ 027 246 7250

  • Kevin McDonald 027 544 5575

  • HeliPro Toby Clark 021 687 907

  • Izard Air Dan Murray 021 230 8004

  • Guy Stevenson 021 968 365

  • John Funnell 021 733 142

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