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Bipartisan Infrastructure Law - Airport Infrastructure

$15 billion for building better airports across america


The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law provides $15 billion for airport-related projects as defined under the existing Airport Improvement Grant and Passenger Facility Charge criteria. The money can be invested in runways, taxiways, safety and sustainability projects, as well as terminal, airport-transit connections and roadway projects.

The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law has given us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to build safer and more sustainable airports that connect individuals to jobs and communities to the world. With this new funding, urban, regional and rural airports across the country now can get to work on projects that have waited for years, modernizing their infrastructure and building a better America.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg

First-Year Airport Infrastructure Grant Funding Amounts

For FY22, $2.89 billion has been made available to U.S. airports around the nation. This map shows the airports selected and the allocated funds for each. 

For full details on the FY22 funding amounts, see the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Airport Allocations file.

Be a Part of Building Better Airports Across America

Attend our Virtual Vendor Day on Monday, Jan. 31, 2022 1:30PM-2:30PM ET. Small businesses will learn about the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL), the FAA's plan for the funding, and projected areas of contract opportunities. The virtual event will feature speakers from the FAA Facilities and Engineering Services Office and Acquisition and Business Services.

Businesses Airports
Businesses of all types have a role in advancing our airports’ infrastructure into the future. Take the following steps to be sure your business is ready to participate in funding opportunities as they become available. 

The money can be invested in a variety of different projects, and the FAA encourages Airports to prioritize projects that increase airport safety, equity, and sustainability.

  • Register your business with SAM – Registering with the System for Award Management (SAM) is required to do business with the U.S. Government.
  • Stay tuned – Airports can submit projects for FAA review in the coming weeks. Learn more about what types of projects are generally eligible. 
  • Start working with the FAA now For most funds under the BIL, Airports can submit projects following our well established Airports Capital Improvement Process (ACIP). Contact your local Airports District Office today.
  • Learn about FAA’s acquisition policies and guidance  Find critical resources on how to work with FAA and learn how FAA procures goods and services. 

Stay tuned for more information or subscribe for the latest updates. Be sure to check out our Building Better Airports Across America playlist for videos with tips and more information about this program.