Airport Parking lots from a shuttle

Discussion in 'Places Off-Limits' started by wsweeks2, Jul 31, 2007.

  1. wsweeks2

    wsweeks2 New Member

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    I know about the lots immediately adjacent to the terminal, but is there anything in the law addressing the lots that are privately owned the shuttle you to the airport?

    Since you can't leave it in your glovebox at Hartsfield Jackson, what about the other lots? Would that be legal?

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  2. mzmtg

    mzmtg Active Member

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    The law doesn't mention it, so it's legal.
     

  3. Gunstar1

    Gunstar1 Administrator

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    I started to agree with mzmtg, until I realized that it all depends on the seating capacity of the park n fly buses.

    While it is not a part of the airport, the park n fly's are a transportation company themselves. Remember the law is regarding bus, rail, or aircraft and their terminals.

    So if one or more of their shuttles has a capacity of 15 or more passengers, then the whole park n fly place would be off-limits.

    Gotta love GA laws.
     
  4. mzmtg

    mzmtg Active Member

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    DAMMIT!
     
  5. jrm

    jrm Sledgehammer

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    Either way, aren't you still going to a public gathering?
     
  6. VolGrad

    VolGrad Tactical Statistician

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    You really have to be on top of your game to comply with the law fully. I guess I never really looked at the details as closely as I should. As usual, good ole common sense doesn't prevail. Sadly, with the location of the park and ride lots I use when flying from Hartsfield (refuse to call it Hartsfield-Jackson) that is when you are most likely to need a weapon.
     
  7. USMC - Retired

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    I wonder if a business that rented small storage lockers much like in some bus stations that was located near the airport would be successful... :-k Something with on site armed security/managment that rented a couple of cubic feet of security for a couple of bucks a day...