The FAA has issued an interim policy related to access to airports from residential property that prohibits new through- the-fence access to an airport that receives federal funds. The ruling, published in the March 18 Federal Register, sets standards that airports must follow if the adjacent property is a residence or a so-called “hangar home.” The American Association of Airport Executives estimates that about 75 airports have through-the-fence access from homes. “The FAA has no ...
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