New York Codes, Rules and Regulations
Title 21 - Miscellaneous
Chapter IV - Syracuse Regional Airport Authority
Part 175 - Commercial Ground Transportation Operations
Section 175.7 - Courtesy vehicles

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

(a) Definition.

A courtesy vehicle includes those vehicles operated by rental car, hotel/motel, off-airport parking, and institutional (e.g., school) operators for the convenience of customers of their own operations.

(b) License to operate on airport premises.

(1) No courtesy vehicle may pick-up or discharge passengers at the airport unless it holds a license from the SRAA to operate on airport premises.

(2) The application form for a courtesy vehicle license may be obtained from the SRAA office.

(3) The fee for a courtesy vehicle license may vary depending on the nature of the operator and may be found in the SRAA commercial ground transportation fee schedule, as from time-to-time published by the SRAA.

(c) Operations.

(1) A courtesy vehicle is provided a non-exclusive license to load/unload passengers and their baggage, coming directly from/to the airport from the operator's business location, in connection with passengers' business relationship with the courtesy vehicle operator.

(2) Courtesy vehicles shall load passengers and baggage only within designated zones and at no time shall the driver leave the vehicle unattended.

(3) Under no circumstances shall the courtesy vehicle operator transport passengers other than those utilizing its own business services.

(4) The holder of a courtesy vehicle license may cause direct-line telephone service to be installed between its business establishment and the airport, and pay the appropriate charges, and may indicate the location of said telephone service in the terminal building by an appropriate sign or signs, as approved by SRAA.

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