- What is Part 139?
- Air Carriers using Part 139 Airports
- Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF)
- Airports Affected
- Certification Process
- Classes of Airports
- Contact Information
- Guidance Documents
- Regulation, Final Rule, and Related Documents
In 2004, FAA issued a final rule that revised the Federal airport certification regulation [Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Part 139 (14 CFR Part 139] and established certification requirements for airports serving scheduled air carrier operations in aircraft designed for more than 9 passenger seats but less than 31 passenger seats. In addition, this final rule amended a section of an air carrier operation regulation (14 CFR Part 121) so it would conform with changes to airport certification requirements. The revised Federal airport certification requirements went into effect on June 9, 2004.
Part 139 Airports
- Part 139 Airport Certification Status List (MS Excel) (updated 3/27/2015)
List of certificated airports by state, name, associated city, and identifier. It also identifies Part 139 classification, ARFF index, inactive status, and large hub airports.
- Advisory Circulars
- Application for Certificate, Form 5280-1
- Part 139 Presentation (MS PowerPoint)
- Part 139 Presentation: Safety Enhancements Final Rule (2013) (PDF) (added 9/13/2013)
- Sample Airport Certification Manual (PDF) | MS Word
- Small Entity (SBREFA) Compliance Guide (PDF) | MS Word (1.30 MB)
- See also Regulation, Final Rule, and Related Documents
Regional Supplemental Guidance
Additional guidance on this topic is available for the following regions of the country: