Create a Faa Form 2 in minutes using a step-by-step template. The FAA Form is used by the Federal Aviation Administration under the United. Incomplete submission may result in delay or denial of your request. FAA Form Supersedes Previous Edition DETACH THIS PART BEFORE USING . PARACHUTING USING FAA Form Applications for parachute jump authorizations made over or into a congested area or open-air assembly of people.
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A full explanation of how they made the decisions to make the changes in these regulations was published by. Class 1 rockets include what used afa be known as model and large model rockets.
They are defined at 14 CFR Class 1 Model Rocket means an amateur rocket that:. Under the old rules launching large model rockets required prior notification of the FAA. Under fax new rules no such notification is required. So long as the general operating limitations at 14 CFR The new Class 2 rocket category covers high power rockets with up to 7711–2, N-s total impulse. While the old rules prohibited flying unmanned rockets into controlled airspace the new rules do not. The new rules do however require prior daa before launching.
This 7711-22 part of the operating limitations at 14 CFR Operating limitations for Class 2 High Power Rockets. Applications must be filed not later than 45 days prior to 7711–2 date of proposed operations. You should plan on applying for authorization as far in advance as possible.
I suggest 60 or more days just to add extra time to your launch project management time line. Launch participants will want to know the altitude limits and other special provisions when they make their plans.
Filling out the form is complicated by it being designed for airshows so the information it requests is not the same as the information required by 14 CFR When a Class 2 High Power Rocket requires a certificate of waiver or authorization, the person planning the operation must provide the information below on each type of rocket to the FAA at least formm days before the proposed operation.
The FAA may request additional information if necessary to ensure the proposed operations can be safely conducted. The information shall include for each type of Class 2 rocket expected to be flown:.
While items 5 and 6 are a good match for item 8 on the application the others match nothing. Include that information on a separate sheet s. Please note that a new form was issued in August Applications must be filed in triplicate, signed, and be accompanied by 7.
These need to be printed out and marked 771-12 with depictions of your flight line, launch control point, safety dispatch, and fire control equipment fire extinguisher fomr.
We will show you how to make this map easy later in this document. The FAA is charged with ensuring the safe use of a public resource: The rorm way they do their job is by making sure that airplanes work as they were designed and have adequate operational limits, ensuring that pilots and other airspace professionals like controllers have been adequately trained and receive recurrent training, and by separating airspace users in operation by adequate distances.
It is the latter which will have the most bearing on your application. The application will ask vaa information relating to the airspace over your launch site, and the map will help you provide it in a form the FAA understands. Go to a general aviation airport and look for the place where pilots pay for fuel or rent airplanes.
A total of 26 sectionals cover the continental US. Unless you are near a map boundary, the sectional should be the one most used by pilots in your area. You can also get sectional maps on the Internet to use in real time. Locate your launch site on the sectional map, then consider the following:. The presence of these things should not discourage you from applying for authorization. Most current NAR waiver holders report that the FAA personnel with whom they interacted were courteous, helpful, and professional.
You will have a better chance of having your application approved if you make your application in a professional manner, and conduct your activities likewise.
Keep in mind that the people working on your application are people, and ofrm such they respond to being treated courteously and professionally. Working with the FAA personnel you contact in a cooperative spirit will often bring fruit and establish long term working relationships. Normally this will be marked no. Some FAA folks have said that if you can show safe reason to waive this requirement you fofm put this on the line 6 as well and attach your reasons.
Filing for FAA Launch Authorization | National Association of Rocketry
We will have the launcher at least feet or the min. Attach a copy of the NAR high power safety code. Line 8 asks for the location. These are to be provided in 7711-22 and longitude to the second. You can determine this with US Geologic Survey maps, sometime available in biking or camping stores. If you have access to a GPS receiver, you can use that for this data.
Filing for FAA Launch Authorization
Three types exist and the FAA want them in degrees, minutes, and seconds; i. Many resources on the web describe GPS and its use with maps. Google searches are your friend. You can find a converter here for hand held GPS and other sources: Line 8 is also the line on which you request altitude. The FAA measures all flight operations in this language. Please read the NAR safety code and determine what altitude could be allowed based on the surrounding buildings and roads to your launch site.
You may need to take this into account in renewing waivers from previous years. How high an application can be approved depends on what other airspace users might be above your site, and ground conditions specified in the new 14CFR and the NFPA Please study these and determine what is allowed for the size of your site. The FAA generally likes to have to 1, foot separations between users.
If you can read the altitude of the terrain on the section map, you can add this to the requested altitude above ground level to arrive at the altitude above Mean Sea Level MSLwhich might be appreciated by the person processing your application.
Since you will need to markup your launch site operations on the USGS 7. I gaa use Google Earth to determine the safe distances for roads over 10 cars per hour that are not involved in the launch and inhabited buildings not involved in the launch operations. Some images in Google Earth are more recent than others. Always verify the location of inhabited buildings and check for new ones.
Zoom in to look at the launch area you fly in and look over the buildings and roads not involved in the launch operations. I use the ruler function under the tools menu to measure distances. Once in paint I can draw circles and line to determine the radius or square of the launch site. Here is an example of a launch site picture that plans to file for authorization up to feet AGL: Notice the foot distance from the inhabited building not part of the launch daa.
Markup your flight line and your control area.
Now to get a USGS 7. Click Map Locator that tells you can get downloads for free. This website is confusing but you can get the hang of it. If you get a blank page like I did, scroll down and you will see the information down farther. You should now have a map of the US to select your state from.
Follow their navigation instructions, it might take two or three attempts to get the hang of just what it is they want you to do to select the area for the map you want to down load. Notice the coordinates that change as you move the hand around. Follow the rest of their instructions and switch to mark mode. Place a marker on the launch cite and then click it. It will give you a balloon to click to order or download the map for free.
Click download and press save. In a few minutes you will have a PDF of your area saved to your hard drive. Using the markup you did in Google earth, put the same markup on the paper copy with fine point markers. Using the screen zoom of the PDF on your computer screen can help you find the spots on the paper copy that match easier. At the bottom of the map I specified the LCO location as the location that would provide police, fire, or ambulance dispatch if needed and is also the location of our fire fighting equipment.
Since they also say you can provide other photos and scale diagrams of the site in addition to the 7. If you set up your site differently depending on the wind direction, include more than one chart and show the different layouts and expecting landing areas.
On Line 9 you give your starting and ending dates and times, and any rain dates. Zulu time is based on Greenwich mean time and can be looked up on the internet to determine your offset to it in your time zone. A spotter will watch for aircraft entering the operations area, and will temporarily suspend operations in this contingency. Make three copies and send them to the Regional Office. Keep one additional copy for yourself. Also attach three copies of the maps you have marked up, and include a short cover letter.
While the FAA will eventually respond, either with a denial, a approval as submitted or an approval as modified by them, if you want some indication of action sooner, try including a plain, stamped postcard addressed to yourself with the following on the back:.
The office workers see these things all the time, and they know what to do with them. You need to apply at least 45 days or more in advance.
If all goes according to plan, you should get back your application, all the other stuff you sent, and the Certificate of Authorization. No person may operate an unmanned rocket other than a Class 1 Model Rocket unless that person gives the following information to the FAA ATC facility nearest to the place of intended operation no less than 24 hours before and no more than three days before beginning the operation:.
Your Certificate of Authorization may include specific or additional notification requirements.