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RE: Helipad specifications

Title: RE: Helipad specifications

Hospital Heliport Design & Construction

Hospital heliport construction and design is governed jointly by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Department of Transportation (DOT).

The current guide is Advisory Circular (A/C) 150/5390-2A "Heliport Design". It can be found by going to the FAA's web site for advisory circulars, http://www.faa.gov/arp/150acs.htm and looking for the number 5390-2A.

The information is in a .pdf format and can be downloaded to a PC using Adobe Acrobat, which is a free download available at www.adobe.com.

Here is a web page with additional links that may help you out.  http://www.clarian.org/referring/md_et_lifeline_links.jhtml

Rex J. Alexander
LifeLine Helicopter
Safety Director & Pilot
I-65 at 21st Street
Indianapolis, IN  46206
Office:  (317) 962-3188     Fax:  (317) 962-2190
E-mail: ralexander3@clarian.org
Web site:  www.clarian.org/lifeline

Safety, its an attitude you can live with!

-----Original Message-----
From: dseng1@cox.net [mailto:dseng1@cox.net]
Sent: Wednesday, April 09, 2003 10:53 PM
To: flightmed@flightweb.com
Subject: Re: Helipad specifications

Hello Flightweb:
I need some help in finding specifications to build a helipad for the local hospital.  Can someone guide me to an area on the web with the complete specifications. Feel free to email at Dseng1@cox.net

David Seng

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