New York Codes, Rules and Regulations
Title 21 - Miscellaneous
Chapter IV - Syracuse Regional Airport Authority
Part 175 - Commercial Ground Transportation Operations
Section 175.6 - Transportation charter party (TCP) carriers

Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 38, September 21, 2022

(a) Definition.

A transportation charter party (TCP) carrier is an operator that provides on-demand or scheduled service to or from the airport using limousines, SUVs, vans, buses, etc. This includes businesses which provide TCP-type operations for their customers.

(b) License to operate on airport premises.

(1) No on-demand TCP carrier may accept a passenger originating from the airport unless it holds a license from the SRAA to operate on airport premises. This license is limited solely to passenger pickup and passenger drop-off on a non-exclusive basis.

(2) No scheduled TCP carrier may accept a passenger originating from the airport, or discharge passengers at the airport, unless it holds a license from the SRAA to operate on airport premises. This license is limited solely to passenger pickup and passenger drop-off on a non-exclusive basis.

(3) The application form for a TCP carrier license may be obtained from the SRAA office.

(4) The fee for a TCP carrier license is found in the SRAA commercial ground transportation fee schedule, as from time-to-time published by the SRAA.

(c) Operations.

(1) An on-demand TCP operator shall only accept passengers on an advance reservation basis and whose destinations are within the operator's authorized operating area as set forth in the terms of the certificate, permit, or license under which the TCP operates.

(2) TCP operators shall load passengers and baggage only within designated zones, unless the driver has parked his/her vehicle in the public parking lot/garage to meet his/her passenger. In this case, the driver may load passengers and baggage in that parking lot/garage.

(3) A TCP vehicle may stand in the designated zone to wait for a pre-arranged passenger as long as the driver does not leave the vehicle unattended.

(4) A TCP vehicle may park in the designated zone, if space is available, for a maximum of 30 minutes for the driver to meet the pre-arranged passenger(s) per the meet and greet policy (section 175.11 of this Part).

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