Planning and Budgeting for FAA Facilities and Equipmentby James D. Bishop, New Denver Int Airport, Renton, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: International Air Transportation: A New International Airport
Abstract: Establishing new Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) facilities and equipment (F&E) requires long lead-time planning and through processing in a three-year budget cycle to achieve success in receiving funding in the FAA F&E Appropriation. Planners for new airports or airport improvements should be aware of the importance of keeping the FAA advised of their plans as far as possible in advance.
Subject Headings: Federal government | Equipment and machinery | Budgets | Remote control | Air traffic control | Communication systems | Traffic surveillance | Financing | North America | Denver | Colorado | United States
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