- What is Part 139?
- Air Carriers using Part 139 Airports
- Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF)
- Airports Affected
- Airports Planning to Serve Air Carriers
- General Aviation Airports
- Military/U.S. Government-Operated Airports
- Alaskan Airports
- Helicopter Operations at Part 139 Certificated Airports
- Certification Process
- Classes of Airports
- Contact Information
- Guidance Documents
- Regulation, Final Rule, and Related Documents
The statutory authority of Part 139 does not apply to Alaskan airports
- That do not serve air carrier aircraft with more than 30 seats (see �139.1(c)(3) and (c)(3)); or
- During time periods when the airport is not serving air carrier aircraft with more than 30 seats (see �139.1(c)(3) and (c)(4)).
Alaskan Airports Serving Large Air Carrier Operations
Airports in the State of Alaska that serve large air carrier operations (more than 30 seats) will continue to be certificated under Part 139 and reclassified as Class I or IV airports.