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Helipad User Code of Conduct
1. Always inform the marina of your impending arrival.
2. Always fly as high as possible consistent with the weather and other factors. This will reduce your projected noise at ground level. (500 feet)
3. Always avoid populated areas if possible.
4. Never bank sharply if you can avoid it. The sharp deflection from level flight will cause a rise in your aircraft’s noise signature.
5. Always get airborne to height as quickly as possible, consistent with a safe climb speed. This will reduce your noise footprint and increase your safety.
6. Always land as quickly as possible. Again this will limit your noise footprint.
7. Never stray from acknowledge routes or you are sure to be spotted and risk complaint.
8. When possible do not fly before dawn or after dusk.
9. Lower your cruise speed by 5 -10 knots over noise sensitive areas.