Good Luck! It is a challenge convincing a community to zone otherwise despite an airport's desire/plan to expand or increase operations.vikaas said:with help from u all, suddenly there are variant uses proping up . Keep it up. and thanks
The FAA does not 'regulate' land uses surrounding an airport. They make suggestions, but the FAA is only truely concerned with surrounding land use with respect to height and obstructions (runway protection zones).Cardinal said:In the US, the Fedeal Avaiation Administration (FAA) regulates uses around airports. They have published several guidelines which may be of help. You can find them all online at their website.