FAA is following through on a congressionally-mandated policy to permit pilot access to airport runways and taxiways from adjacent homes. The agency proposes a “residential-through-the-fence” policy July 30 that reverses recent efforts by the agency to discourage direct aircraft access from private property to airports with grant obligations. In September 2009, FAA issued guidance discouraging through-the-fence access agreements at airports with grant obligations. That policy had ...


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