Airport Certifcation & Operations

Operate the Airport pursuant to safety guidelines as outlined in Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 139 and Transportation Security Regulation Part 1542, and minimize noise impacts of Airport operations on the communities surrounding the Airport, by promoting noise abatement procedures.

PROGRAM ACTIVITIES

Assure compliance with Federal Aviation Administration airport certification requirements which govern airports served by commercial air carriers.


Provide emergency planning and response, including Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) services.


Minimize adverse impacts of aircraft noise on communities around the Airport through pilot education and other noise advisory programs.


Monitor and respond to incidents and calls for service through the Airport Operations Center (AOC).


Administer the Commercial Ground Transportation Program at the Airline Terminal.

PROJECT OBJECTIVES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2023

Host FAR Part 139 annual Airport aircraft disaster drill exercise.



Update the SBA Airport Minimum Standards document.



Complete an update of the Airport Counter Unmanned Aircraft Systems Response Plan.


Implement new Airport Operations training curriculum.

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MEASURABLE OBJECTIVES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2023

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