After a year of working with the Reno-Stead Airport (RTS) CEO Advisory Group, comprised of RTS Stakeholders, the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority Board of Trustees passed Resolution 534 adopting GA Commercial Minimum Standards (GAMS) on June 8, 2017. The RTS GAMS went into effect on July 1, 2017.
As a tenant and a consumer of commercial aeronautical services, it is incumbent upon you to ensure that when working with an aeronautical service provider that you are employing a provider of aeronautical services that is permitted to operate on RTS. By way of example, this includes mechanics, detailers, flight instructors and landlords.
If you are providing commercial aeronautical services, it is required to complete the process to become properly permitted in order to continue to operate commercially at RTS. The attached GAMS document provides detailed information regarding qualifications, insurance requirements and describes the process to become properly permitted.
If you are a landlord sub-leasing your hangar(s) it is necessary to complete the attached Private Hangar Rental Operator Permit Application as part of the requirements for sub-leasing your hangars to sub-tenants. In lieu of amending non-commercial leases to commercial leases, the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority (RTAA) has created a one-page permit application and a one-page revenue reporting form.
If you are a provider of other commercial aeronautical services at RTS, it is necessary to complete the attached RTS GAMS Application for Commercial Aeronautical Activities as part of the requirements for continuing to provide these commercial aeronautical activities at RTS.
- Effective Date is July 1, 2017
- Complete and return the Application for Private Rental Operator Permit or Application for Commercial Aeronautical Activities (electronic version attached)
- Attach a list of all sub-tenants by name and address (landlords only)
- Attach/compile all sub-lease agreements/documents (landlords only)
- Attach/compile all Certificates of Insurance for sub-tenants $1 Million Aircraft Liability
- $ 1 Million Commercial General Liability Insurance (landlords and other commercial aeronautical service providers)
- Landlords submit Quarterly Revenue Report and remit the appropriate concession fee to the RTAA. Revenue reports for the first quarter of the RTAA fiscal year (July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018) are due on October 10, 2017. Due dates are the 10th of the month following the end of the subsequent quarters (January 10, 2018, April 10, 2018, July 10, 2018)
- Other commercial aeronautical service providers submit concession fee revenue reports monthly. Due dates are the 10th of the month following the reporting month (i.e. Reporting month is July 2017, revenue report is due August 10th)
Do not hesitate to contact Aurora Ritter, 775-328-6487, firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.