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Overview of the Airport Safety Data Program. OFFICE OF AIRPORTS: Mission. To “collect” airport data To “give” the airport data to Air Traffic. OFFICE OF AIR TRAFFIC: Mission. To “publish” the airport data and all other aeronautical data. OFFICE OF AIRPORTS.

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office of airports mission
OFFICE OF AIRPORTS: Mission

To “collect” airport data

To “give” the airport data

to Air Traffic

office of air traffic mission
OFFICE OF AIR TRAFFIC: Mission

To “publish” the

airport data and all other

aeronautical data

office of airports
OFFICE OF AIRPORTS

Has three programs for collecting airport data:

Airport Safety Data Program

(aka the 5010 Program)

Obstruction Evaluation/Airport

Airspace Analysis Program

(aka the OE/AAA Program)

Airport GIS Program

(GIS = Geographic Information Systems)

office of air traffic
OFFICE OF AIR TRAFFIC

Has one program for publishing aeronautical data:

Aeronautical Information Services

Aeronautical Information Services is

the single authoritative government source

for collecting, validating, storing, maintaining

and disseminating aeronautical data concerning

the United States and its territories to support

real-time aviation activities.

airport safety data program mission
Airport Safety Data Program: Mission

The Airport Safety Data Program is a

pro-active program whose mission is

to “collect” airport data through the

inspection of all civil public use

airports, and a mail solicitation to all

private use airports, and to “give” the

airport data to Air Traffic.

airport safety data program
Airport Safety Data Program

FAA AC 150/5200-35 Submitting The Airport Master Record In Order To Activate a New Airport

FAA Order 5010.4 Airport Safety Data Program

obstruction evaluation airport airspace analysis program mission
Obstruction Evaluation/Airport Airspace Analysis Program: Mission

To receive airport

proposals from airport

operators and proponents

To analyze the airport

proposals

To provide the results

of the proposals to the

airport operators and

proponents

oe aaa program
OE/AAA Program

internet Obstruction Evaluation/Airport Airspace Analysis (iOE/AAA) database

FAA Order 7400.2 Procedures for Handling Airspace Matters

AC 70/7460-1 Obstruction Marking and Lighting

Form 7460-1 Notice of Proposed Construction or Alteration

Form 7460-2 Supplemental Notice

Form 7480-1 Notice of Landing Area Proposal

airport gis program mission
Airport GIS Program: Mission

To collect airport surveying data.

However this program and its web site is planned to be the “one stop shopping” program and web site for the collection and storage of all airport data.

airport gis program
Airport GIS Program

FAA AC 150/5300-16 GENERAL GUIDANCE AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR AERONAUTICAL

SURVEYS: ESTABLISHMENT OF GEODETIC CONTROL AND SUBMISSION TO THE

NATIONAL GEODETIC SURVEY

FAA AC 150/5300-17 GENERAL GUIDANCE AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR AERONAUTICAL

SURVEY AIRPORT IMAGERY ACQUISITION AND SUBMISSION TO THE NATIONAL

GEODETIC SURVEY

FAA AC 150/5300-18 GENERAL GUIDANCE AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR SUBMISSION OF

AERONAUTICAL SURVEYS TO NGS: FIELD DATA COLLECTION AND GEOGRAPHIC

INFORMATION SYSTEM (GIS) STANDARDS – PLANNING GUIDANCE ONLY

airport safety data program summary
Airport Safety Data Program: SUMMARY

The role of the Airport Safety Data Program:

To “collect” airport “non-airspace” “non-surveying” data

To “give” the airport data to Air Traffic

Not the role of the Airport Safety Data Program:

To collect or analyze the airport airspace data that is

analyzed in the Airspace Program

To collect the airport surveying data that is collected

in the Airport GIS Program

airport safety data program1
Airport Safety Data Program

GCR & Associates is a contractor with the Office of Airports, Airport Safety Data Program

GCR & Associates provides technical assistance in “giving” the FAA the airport inspection data to Air Traffic electronically

GCR & Associates also provides a wide range of administrative services to the FAA Office of Airports

http://www.gcr1.com/5010web

airport safety data program2
Airport Safety Data Program

Form 5010-1 is used for existing public use airports

Form 5010-2 is used for existing private use airports

faa form 5010 1
FAA Form 5010-1

Form 5010-1 is a computer report

downloaded from Air Traffic’s NASR

database.

Form 5010-1 was designed in an easy to

read format in order to enable the reader

to view airport data conveniently at a

glance.

Form 5010-1 may also be used as a

planning document.

Form 5010-1 also serves as a checklist

for conducting airport inspections.

faa form 5010 2
FAA Form 5010-2

Form 5010-2 may be used as

a planning document.

Form 5010-2 may be used for

mail solicitation for private use

airports.

faa form 5010 11
FAA Form 5010-1

Today you have the option of

downloading the airport data

contained in Form 5010-1

electronically and you may view

the airport data in an excel

spreadsheet or in any format

you want.

http://nfdc.faa.gov/index.jsp

oe aaa program1
OE/AAA Program

The mission of the OE/AAA Program is to conduct aeronautical

studies so as to analyze obstacle data /and/ on airport

construction proposals /and/ airport airspace matters.

These aeronautical studies analyze the impact of airport

construction and potential hazards to navigation on the National

Airspace System.

faa form 7480 1
FAA Form 7480-1

14 CFR Part 157 Required notice shall be submitted

on Form 7480-1 from each person who intends to do

any of the following:

1. Establish a new airport.

2. Add or modify or delete a runway.

3. Add or modify or delete a taxiway on a public use airport.

4. Abandon an airport.

5. Abandon a taxiway.

6. Change the status of an airport from private use to public use and from public use to private use.

7. Change status from IFR to VFR or from VFR to IFR.

8. Establish or change any traffic pattern or traffic pattern altitude or direction.

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Airport GIS Program

This program’s web site will ensure that airport surveying data is collected, processed and made available for airport use and airport planning and instrument apch procedure development.

This program provides guidance on the proper collection and submission of airport surveying data to the National Geodetic Service for validation.

This program’s web-based application will also allow airport operators and their consultants access to detailed technical guidance on the performance and accuracy requirements of airport and aeronautical surveys.

submittal of airport data
SUBMITTAL OF AIRPORT DATA

It is the responsibility of the airport operator to make sure that the airport data shown in the Airport/Facility Directory is current and correct.

It is the responsibility of the airport operator to submit changes to airport data to the FAA in a timely manner.

How?

submittal of airport data for obligated airports
SUBMITTAL OF AIRPORT DATA FOR OBLIGATED AIRPORTS

Submit surveying data directly on line at:

HTTP://AIRPORTS-GIS.FAA.GOV

TPSS is opnl and uses UDDF based on FAA 405 specifications

AGIS is under development based on AC 150/5300-18B

Submit changes to all other airport data directly to Air Traffic’s

Aeronautical Information Services by email using the following

email address:

9-ATOR-HQ-AIS-AIRPORTCHANGES@FAA.GOV

You must insure that AIP funded “airspace data” was ALP

approved and you include wording in your email message

showing that the data was analyzed and approved during the

ALP process.

submittal of airport data for non obligated airports
SUBMITTAL OF AIRPORT DATA FORNON-OBLIGATED AIRPORTS

Submit surveying data on line at:

HTTP://AIRPORTS-GIS.FAA.GOV

TPSS is opnl and uses UDDF based on FAA 405 specifications

AGIS is under development based on AC 150/5300-18B

Submit changes to all other airport data directly to Air Traffic’s

Aeronautical Information Services by email using the following

email address:

9-ATOR-HQ-AIS-AIRPORTCHANGES@FAA.GOV

You must insure that “airspace data” (see FAA Form 7480-1)

was first airspaced and you include the “airspace case number”

in your submittal

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FAA INSP

50 STATES

GCR

AIRSPACE

ARPT GIS

5010

APT- NAV- AIR- IAP- CARTO

Aeronautical Information Services

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AIRPORT OPERATORS

FAA INSP

50 STATES

AIRPORT GIS

APT- NAV- AIR- IAP- CARTO

Aeronautical Information Services

aeronautical information services

IAP

AIRSPACE

CARTO

AIRPORTS

NAVAIDS

Aeronautical Information Services

The mission of Aeronautical Information Services:

To “publish” airport data

To “publish” navaid data

To “publish” airspace data

To “publish” instrument apch proc data

To “publish” airport diagrams

aeronautical information services1
Aeronautical Information Services

What does the National Airspace System look like on paper?

One major component of the NAS is a database called the NASR database.

What is the National Airspace System Resources (NASR) database?

It’s a third-degree normalized relational data model database containing over 1000 tables.

In other words, NASR is an incredibly complex database.

nasr database contents
Runway data

Remarks data

Navaids data

Airspace Fixes

Holding Patterns

Victor Airways

Airport data

Jet Airways

Parachute jump areas

US Location identifiers

Canadian Loc ids

Mexican Loc ids

Preferred Routes

Restricted Areas

Special Use Airspace

Military Opns areas

NASR database contents

And on and on and on

nasr database has two purposes
NASR database has two purposes

To publish safety critical aeronautical information

To generate computer reports for planning and programming

nasr database computer reports
NASR database computer reports

The NASR database generates two kinds of computer reports:

Ad hoc reports

Pre-canned reports

nasr database ad hoc reports
NASR database ad hoc reports

Here are two examples of ad hoc computer reports downloaded from Air Traffic’s NASR database:

A list of all the airports in the State of Pennsylvania with a 5,000 ft hard surface runway and an instrument approach procedure

A list of all the airports in the State of Pennsylvania alphabetically by airport name

nasr database pre canned reports
NASR database pre-canned reports

Here are four examples of pre-canned computer

reports downloaded from the NASR database

Airport Master Record (Form 5010-1)

Airport Master Record (Form 5010-2)

FAA Order JO 7350.8 “Location Identifiers”

List of all the Airports in the USA

aeronautical information services2
Aeronautical Information Services

Where can I get NASR aeronautical

data for free?

http://nfdc.faa.gov/index.jsp

How often is the data on this site

updated?

It is updated every 56 days on the effective

date of every 56-day airspace cycle.

aeronautical information services3
Aeronautical Information Services

See the inside cover of any AFD for airport and airspace cut-off schedules.

See the inside cover of any AFD for instructions on how and to whom to submit corrections to the airport data shown in the AFD:

9-ATOR-HQ-AIS-AIRPORTCHANGES@FAA.GOV

Address

Phone number

Fax number

email address

aeronautical information services4
Aeronautical Information Services

If you need to submit changes to the Airport Diagram, use this email address:

9-AWA-ATS-Diagrams@FAA.GOV

faa hq washington dc
FAA HQ WASHINGTON DC

Where is the staff that updates Air Traffic’s NASR database physically located?

At FAA HQ Washington DC, Office of Air Traffic, Aeronautical Information Services

aviation system standards national aeronautical charting office naco
NACO publishes and distributes United States government civil aeronautical charts and flight information publications.Aviation System StandardsNational Aeronautical Charting Office (NACO)
useful web sites
USEFUL WEB SITES
  • FAA Airport Owner and Manager Info and other Airport Data: http://www.faa.gov/airports_airtraffic/airports/airport_safety/airportdata_5010/
  • FAA Aeronautical Information Services: http://www.faa.gov/about/office_org/headquarters_offices/ato/service_units/systemops/aaim/organizations/aeronautical_im/aero_info_svcs/
  • FAA National Aeronautical Charting Office: http://www.naco.faa.gov/
  • Airport Master Records & airport data: http://www.gcr1.com/5010web/
  • Aviation organizations (alphabet groups): http://www.faa.gov/airports_airtraffic/air_traffic/publications/ifim/organizations/
  • digital AFDs: http://naco.faa.gov/index.asp?xml=naco/online/d_afd
  • digital Airport Diagrams: http://naco.faa.gov/index.asp?xml=naco/online/d_tpp
  • FAA Forms: http://www.faa.gov/library/forms/