Aviation Planning staff conduct biennial airport inspections in accordance to Georgia
Rules and Regulations 672-9-03 and the FAA’s Airport Safety Data Program, and issue
Georgia Airport Licenses every odd year.
Rules & Regulations
Airport data, including airfield facilities and dimensions, obstructions, and
sponsor contact information, contained in the FAA's Airport/Facility Directory
and 5010-1 Form, Airport Master Record, is managed by Aviation Planning
staff. This data is essential to pilots, airport staff, and the general public
and should be current.
The FAA’s National Based Aircraft Inventory Program is an initiative to determine
accurate counts of each airport’s based aircraft by providing an annual listing
of aircraft registration, or N-numbers, by the airport to the FAA. Please note the
FAA does not make registration numbers by airport available to the public, but uses
this data in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (NPIAS) capital planning
and funding justification requests to US Congress. It is important to the Department,
as well, to have current and accurate data for use in internal analyses and funding
requests. More information on the program is attached and on the website.
Aviation Programs requests airport sponsors update this data annually before December
15th each year.
FAA National Based Aircraft Inventory Program