FAA is prohibiting new residential through-the-fence agreements (RTTF) at public airports under an interim policy released March 18. RTTF agreements provide rights for owners of residential properties next to airports to access the airfield with their aircraft. FAA says that in the past it has discouraged such agreements at public airports, but the agency has occasionally approved them. “Owners of properties used both as a residence and for the storage of personal aircraft, sometimes ...
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