Banner Univ Med Center Heliport
FAA NFDC Information Effective 56-day cycle 09/15/2016 - 11/10/2016
|FAA Identifier:||AZ48 |
Estimated by FAA-EST IMAGERY on 01/12/2016
NE of Phoenix
Pvt Use & for Emergency Trnsp of Medical Patients Provided Operations Confined to VFR Conditions only. Two-Way Radio Coms be Established & Maintained with Phx ATCT While Operating Within the Phx Control Zone & Prior to Departure from Heliport.
Sunset-Sunrise (local time)
Samaritan Health Service|
1441 N. 12Th St
Phoenix, Az 85006
David J. Samuels|
2630 Sky Harbor Blvd
Phoenix, Az 85034
Porland Cement Concrete
|•||(A40) Perimeter Lighting on Helipad.|
|•||(E111-2) Prior to Begin Flight Operations Pilots Contact the Chief, Phx ATCT & Coordinate Appro Ingress/Egress Routes & Obtain Briefing Concerning Heavy Jet Wake Turbulence.|
|•||(E111-3) Unless Otherwise Advised by Phx ATCT Ingress Shall be on a 180 Deg Magnetic Track, Egress Shall be on a 360 Deg Magnetic Track & Operations Within the Control Zone Shall be Conducted at or Below 1600' MSL.|
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