Each year, the Department of Transportation collects passenger boarding data from U.S. certificated air carriers, commuter air carriers, small certificated air carriers, and foreign flag air carriers operating under Parts 121, 125, 129, and 135. In addition, the FAA collects data about nonscheduled operations from air taxi/commercial operators. We use the combined boarding data to determine an airport's category (commercial service or general aviation) and allocate Airport Improvement Program funds to eligible airports.
U.S. Air Carriers
- U.S. Air Carrier Licensing Information (added 10/24/2012)
- Certificated Air Carrier List (added 10/24/2012)
- Commuter Air Carrier List (added 10/24/2012)
- 14 CFR Part 121: Operating Requirements - Domestic, Flag, and Supplemental Operations
- 14 CFR Part 125: Certification and Operations - Airplanes Having a Seating Capacity of 20 or More Passengers . . .
- 14 CFR Part 129: Operations - Foreign Air Carriers and Foreign Operators of U.S.-Registered Aircraft . . .
- 14 CFR Part 135: Operating Requirements - Commuter and On Demand Operations . . .
- Public-Use Airports (MS Excel, 1.01 MB) (added 10/24/2012)