Airport sponsors agree to certain obligations when they accept Federal grant funds or Federal property transfers for airport purposes. The FAA enforces these obligations through its Airport Compliance Program.
Airport Compliance Program
- Overview: Airport Compliance Program
- Air Carrier Incentive Program
- Airport Financial Reporting Program
- Airport Investment Partnership Program (formerly Airport Privatization Pilot Program)
- Acquiring Land for Airports and Relocation Assistance
- Complaints (Parts 13 and 16)
- Surplus Property and Military Base Conversions for Airport Purposes
Data, Tools, & Resources
- Aviation Fuel Tax Action Plans and Status
- Compliance Reviews of Airport Noise Land Use & Financial Operations
- Mineral Rights Revenue Exemption Toolkit
- Residential Through-the-Fence Access Toolkit
- Santa Monica Settlement Agreement
Guidance & Policy
- Compliance Guidance Letters (CGLs)
- Policy on Airport Rates & Charges
- More Compliance Guidance & Policy »
Publications & Forms
- Federal Register Notices
- Statutes & Regulations
|Financial Government Payment Report
Note: This report should be filed through the Airport Financial Reporting Program (CATS) web site.
|5100-126||For more information, visit the Airport Financial Reporting Program page.
Instructions can be found in AC 150/5100-19, Guide for Airport Financial Reports Filed by Airport Sponsors.
|Certificate of Appraiser||5100-111||7/2017|
|Application for Airport Property (MS Word)||NA||Visit the Military Airport Program page for additional information and sample forms.|
Recent Federal Register Notices
|Airport Investment Partnership Program: Application Procedures (86 FR 20586) (PDF)||4/20/2021|
|Policy on the Non-aeronautical Use of Airport Hangars (81 FR 38906) (PDF)||6/15/2016|
|Notice of Policy on Evaluating Disputed Changes of Sponsorship at Federally Obligated Airports (81 FR 36144) (PDF)||6/6/2016|
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