AIR Transportation Division

The Air Transportation Division is responsible for regulations and policy recommendations governing certification and operations aspects of air carriers and commercial operators of large aircraft. air agencies (aircraft dispatcher, flight engineer, and flight navigator-approved schools); and air carrier airmen (airline transport pilots, aircraft dispatchers, flight engineers, and flight navigators). It is also responsible for management and oversight of the National Simulator Program (NSP) and air taxi insurance certification function.

The Air Transportation Division provides recommendations governing certification and operation of:

  • Air carriers and commercial operators of large aircraft (private carriers operating for compensation or hire)
  • Aircraft dispatchers
  • Flight engineers
  • Flight navigators
  • Part 142 Training Centers
  • Related training courses
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AIR Transportation Division Organizational Chart

AIR Transportation Division shares responsibilities and balance the level of work between:




Federal Aviation Administration
Air Transportation Division,
Room # 834
800 Independence Avenue, S.W.,
Washington, DC 20591

Phone: (202) 267-8166
Fax: (202) 267-5229

Last updated: Wednesday, May 22, 2024