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1 Federal Aviation Administration FAA Airports Programs Update IRWA Federal Agency Update Washington, DC March 24, 2014 Rick Etter FAA Office of Airports Washington, DC

2 Federal Aviation Administration FAA Airports Update 2 Airport Development Program Outlook Airport Land Acquisition/Management –Typical Projects –Noise land disposal options. Update of FAA Guidance IRWA Federal Agency Update March 26, 2014 Washington, DC

3 Federal Aviation Administration National Plan of an Integrated Airport System (NPIAS) NPAIS Airports are Eligible for FAA Airport Funding September 2012 IRWA Federal Agency Update March 26, 2014 Washington, DC

4 Federal Aviation Administration $ 42.5 Billion by Type of Project and Airport By Type of Airport By Type of Project 63% of projects are to rehabilitate existing pavement and keep airports up to current standards 37% or projects are to accommodate growth in travel Commercial Service Airports are 16% of airports and 70% of costs GA and Relievers make up 84% of airports and 30% of cost IRWA Federal Agency Update March 26, 2014 Washington, DC

5 Federal Aviation Administration 5 Airport Land Acquisition Projects Airport Runway Standards Safety areas (on airport) Runway Protection Zone (fee interest preferred) Approaches (easements, local zoning/land use controls) Expansion Extended or New Runway (PVD, FLL,PHL,ORD) Noise Compatibility/Mitigation Buy-out of homes within moderate/high airport noise contour Noise Easement Mitigation New Airports IRWA Federal Agency Update March 26, 2014 Washington, DC

6 Federal Aviation Administration 6 Acquired noise land may be retained indefinitely for noise buffer instead of disposal/sale. Noise land cleared of incompatible development may be incorporated into Airport property as Noise Buffer left undeveloped or developed to compatible land use and leased at FMV (long term). Land Sale Proceeds applied to Eligible Projects / Expenses Airports may update inventory and re-use plans for new options FAA Guidance to be Issued March 2014 for Sponsor Update of Noise Land Re-use Plans Changed Noise Land Disposal Requirements IRWA Federal Agency Update March 26, 2014 Washington, DC

7 Federal Aviation Administration Airport Improvement Program (AIP) Guidance New FAA AIP Handbook, FAA Order D Project and cost eligibility for AIP reimbursement. Grant Assurances (Federal strings) Grant application and acceptance requirements. Noise Land Disposal Program Guidance Letter (PGL) Noise Land Management: Inventory Reuse Disposal (updates PGL 08-02) Land Acquisition and Relocation Assistance AC 150/ , Update December 2013 (Pending FHWA MAP-21 Rule) Airport Land Project Certification System (CDROM) September 2014 Airport Compatible Land Use – December 2014 Gas/oil Development on Obligated Airport Land – September IRWA Federal Agency Update March 26, 2014 Washington, DC

8 Federal Aviation Administration AC 150/ Land Acquisition and Relocation Assistance for Airport Improvement Program (AIP) Assisted Projects This Advisory Circular (AC) was last updated in The update will standardize Uniform Relocation Act (49 CFR Part 24) compliance and documentation guidance for FAA-assisted airport projects and streamline sponsor land project certification to FAA field offices. Will incorporate MAP-21 changes, pending issuance of FHWA rule –Implementation Guidance to be issued NLT July 2014 Schedule: Final issued – FY 2014 IRWA Federal Agency Update March 26, 2014 Washington, DC

9 Federal Aviation Administration AC 150/ Airport Land Use Compatibility Purpose and Scope: To assist local governments and airport owners to understand the effects of incompatible land use on the safety and utility of airport operations and identify compatible land use development tools and techniques to protect surrounding communities from adverse impacts associated with airport operations. Coordination and Input: –FAA Working Group with all FAA Regions represented –NASAO, AAAE, ACI, ACC, APA and other interested industry groups –Other stakeholders, including the American Planning Association Schedule: Preliminary Draft AC by April 2014; Final AC by December 2014 IRWA Federal Agency Update March 26, 2014 Washington, DC

10 Federal Aviation Administration Oil and Gas Development on Federally Obligated Airports Purpose: Address the need for comprehensive guidance related to planning for, siting, and operating of oil and gas facilities on airports, including review of applicable planning, airport design, airspace, safety and standards, environmental, compliance and other applicable FAA guidance and regulations Draft AC prepared with input from select airports with existing oil and gas and other mineral extraction activities and FAA working group comprised of headquarters and regional staff Schedule: AC Issued August 2014 IRWA Federal Agency Update March 26, 2014 Washington, DC

11 Federal Aviation Administration 11 Thank You! Rick Etter FAA Airports IRWA Federal Agency Update March 26, 2014 Washington, DC


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