FAA allows through-the-fence policy

07/22/2013 | AIN Online

The Federal Aviation Administration has issued a final policy statement outlining the guidelines by which general aviation airports can give neighboring residents through-the-fence airport access. To qualify, an airport must comply with certain aspects of the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012. Property owners must pay access charges, build the infrastructure needed for access and prevent unauthorized access from other neighboring properties, as well as other requirements.

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