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NEW YORK AIRWAYS 8.22.4 STATION CODE IDENTIFIERS - Continued FRK - Fresh Creek, New York FFD - Fairfield, Connecticut GWE - George Washington Bridge-East GWW - George Washington Bridge-West GRN - Great Neck, New York GWH - Greenwich, Connecticut GDC - Garden City, New York HKS - Hicksville, New York HTN - Hightstown, New Jersey HKK - Hackensack, New Jersey JWL - Jewell Avenue, New York LBH - Long Beach, New York LON - Long Branch, New Jersey JVI - Manville, New Jersey MGV - Maple Grove, New York MVE - Mount Vernon, New York MTC - Montclair, New Jersey MRS - Morristown, New Jersey JRA - West 30th St. Heliport JNN - Nanuet, New Jersey NRC - New Rochelle, New York NWK - Norwalk, Connecticut NBG - North Bergen, New Jersey JNK - New Brunswick, New Jersey OSS - Ossining, New York PLV - Pleasantville, New York POR - Portchester, New York PJR - Pearl River, New York PTS - Paterson, New Jersey PLF - Plainfield, New Jersey PCT - Princeton, New Jersey PAB - Perth Amboy, New Jersey PSS - Passaic, New Jersey JRT - Raritan, New Jersey RVC - Rockville Center, N.Y. RTF - Rutherford, New Jersey RDB - Red Bank, New Jersey RGW - Ridgewood, New Jersey SCR - Scarsdale, New York JSO - Somerville, New Jersey SOM - Summit, New Jersey SCC - Stamford, Connecticut GEO - St. George, Staten Island SNK - Snake Hill, New Jersey SPK - Spring Creek, New York TTR - Tarrytown Reservoir, N.Y. JTT - Trenton, New Jersey VCP - Van Cortland Park, New York WAD - Fort Wadsworth, New York JNY - West Nyack, New York YKR - Yonkers, New York 8.22.5 ENFORCED LAY-OVERS OF HELICOPTERS A) It will be the responsibility of the Captain to install blade tie downs. B) The Captain will make sure that the helicopter is completely secured before leaving the helicopter. C) The Captain will call Flight Dispatch and advise status of helicopter relating to the enforced lay-over. 8.23 VHF DIRECTION FINDING FACILITIES Effective this date all three major airports (LGA-IDL-EWR) have available, VHF Direction Finding facilities. Coverage extends for 360º for a range of 40 miles at a minimum altitude of 1500'. Certain sectors of each facility may require a higher altitude at the maximum range of 40 miles, depending on terrain or other obstacles to VHF transmissions. If any pilot becomes disoriented he may contact the nearest tower on tower frequency and request a VHF-DF steer inbound. The tower may assign you to another frequency to get a bearing on the helicopter. Once the tower establishes the bearing he can give you an accurate heading inbound to the station. For familiarization purposes you may contact EWR tower at WOR-TV and request a VHF-DF steer inbound. EWR tower will be happy to give you the practice. Revised Issue J.E.G. L.G.C. Date: 1 April 1959 137
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