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The FAA digital products page that JScarry linked to needs some explanation of how to find the phone numbers. It took me a while to find where the phone numbers are located. Go to the Browse Airports/NAVAIDs map, select your region or state. In the Search Results table, select a "NC" link in "Vol / Back Pages" column. The entire 171 page ...


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Private airports can do as they please, but airports that receive Airport Improvement Plan funding (i.e., nearly all public airports) are required to abide by the grant assurances, one of which is "Any proposal to temporarily close the airport for non-aeronautical purposes must first be approved by the Secretary." This is why your favorite airport, ...


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As per my answer here the FAA does define "Public Airport" but does not specify that ground access must always be available. The answer mentioned in the question, you link here covers the general scenarios where issues could crop up: Private Airports: Are generally free to make rules as they see fit and could potentially prevent you from entering ...


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