Ann Arbor, Michigan
FAA NFDC Information Effective 56-day cycle 05/02/2013 - 6/27/2013
|FAA Identifier:||6MI5 (Six-Mike-India-Five)|
in Ann Arbor
All Approach/Departure Route Heli Operations are Conducted in An Area from 330 Deg Clockwise to 135 Degs Using Touchdown Pad As the Center of a Compass Rose; Takeoff & Landing Area is.
Sunset-Sunrise (local time)|
|Multi Engine GA:||
University of Mi Medical Ctr|
1500 East Ann Street
Ann Arbor, Mi 48109-0014
1405 East Ann Street
Ann Arbor, Mi 48109
Porland Cement Concrete
|Runway Lights Edge Intensity:||
Peri Lights Lite Continuously.
|•||(E111-1) Appropriately Marked Non-Obstng Wind Indicator is Maintenance; No Night Operations Unless Helipad & Wind Incicator are Lgtd; Antennas at North End of Bldg are Removed or Lgtd; Obstruction Lights are Installed on the Highest Point on the Roof & the Four Coners.|
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