FAA NFDC Information Effective 56-day cycle 05/02/2013 - 6/27/2013
|FAA Identifier:||5MI6 (Five-Mike-India-Six)|
Estimated by NACO on 06/18/2004
Provided All Approach/Dptr Route Helcopter Operations are Conducted in An Area from 260 Degs Clkws to 345 Degs or on Abearing of 225 Degs. from the Touchdown Pad Using the Touchdown Pad As the Center of a Compass Rose; Takeoff/Landing Area is Appropriately Marked. for First-Time Use of the Heliport.
All year Every day 0600-2400 (local)
16550 W. Nine Mile Road
Southfield, Mi 48075
Wjbk-Tv Box 2000
Southfield, Mi 48037-2000
Porland Cement Concrete
All Approaches from West; All Takeoffs to West.
|•||(E111-2) Non-Obstructing Wind Indicator is Maintained Adjacent to Takeoff/Landing Area; Existing Orange Obstruction Marked Balls on the.|
|•||(E111-3) Antenna Tower Guy Wires are not Removed and are Appropriately Maintained; Owner/Operator Conduct a Complete Operation Briefing.|
|•||(E111-4) for All Pilots Regarding Arrival/Departure Route Operations and Tower Guy Wire Locations Prior to Any Pilot's Authorization.|
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