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14 CFR Part 139, Certification of Airports Final Rule
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114 CFR Part 139, Certification of 49communications. 49.
Airports Final Rule. Federal Aviation 50139.317, ARFF: Equipment and Agents.
Administration Associate Administrator for The term, “clean agent” has been added in
Airports. March 2004. 1. addition to dry chemical and Halon 1211
2Summary of Revision. Modifies current –Halon 1211 and Halotron I are the only
requirements to address– Changes in clean agents currently approved for use
technology and industry practices NTSB The paragraphs addressing grandfathering
recommendations Petition for rulemaking of ARFF vehicles and turret discharge
Establishes certification requirements for capacities have been deleted (§§139.317(f)
airports serving scheduled air carrier and .317(g)(3)). 50.
operations in aircraft with 10-30 seats 51139.317, ARFF: Equipment and Agents.
(except in Alaska). 2. Paragraphs addressing firefighting agent
3Summary of Revision. Revises the substitutions have been deleted
existing airport certification process to (§139.317(i)(1)(2)(3)(4) & (5))
incorporate all airports covered by the Extinguishing agent substitutions must be
authorizing statute Revises a section of FAA-approved Class II, III and IV airports
an air carrier operation regulation (14 must implement the ARFF vehicle/agent
CFR Part 121) to conform with the revised requirements no later than June 11, 2007
Part 139 Published in the Federal Register (§139.317(k)). 51.
on February 10, 2004 Effective June 9, 52139.317, ARFF: Equipment and Agents.
2004. 3. FAA may negotiate alternate ARFF
4For an overview of the revised Part compliance measures on a case-by-case
139, a copy of the final rule and guidance basis for Class III airports in a manner
materials, go to the FAA Internet site at similar to how ARFF arrangements are
http://www.faa.gov/arp/. Click on the link approved for airport operators currently
to the new Part 139 section. 4. holding a Limited AOC (§139.315(e))
5Certification Status List. FAA Airport operators holding a Limited AOC
Internet site contains an Airport with small air carrier operations, but no
Certification Status Table that– Provides unscheduled large air carrier charter
airport certification status, class, and operations, should contact the FAA
ARFF Index to assist air carriers comply Regional Airports Office to discuss Class
with revised Part 121 requirements Will be III airport ARFF alternatives. 52.
updated as the FAA issues revised or new 53139.319, ARFF: Operational
AOCs – airport classification may change Requirements. Deletes requirement for
and will be determined by FAA. 5. annual recurrent training for emergency
6Part 139 Final Rule. SUBPART A — medical personnel Clarifies that an
GENERAL. 6. individual other than required ARFF
7139.1, Applicability. Expands Part 139 personnel can provide medical services
applicability to non-certificated airports Gives Class II, III, and IV airports an
that serve scheduled small air carrier additional year to comply with the
aircraft with 10-30 passenger seats requirements of this section Clarifies
Excludes heliports and airports operated vehicle communications, hazardous
by the U.S. Government Clarifies that Part materials guidance, and fire fighter
139 is not applicable to Alaskan airports training requirements. 53.
during periods when no large air carrier 54139.319, ARFF: Operational
aircraft are being served Clarifies that Requirements. Language has been added to
civilian portions of joint-use or clarify that ARFF personnel shall be
shared-use airports are subject to Part trained prior to initial performance of
139. 7. ARFF duties and receive recurrent training
8Affected Airports. Civilian and every 12 consecutive months
military airports that currently hold an (§139.319(i)(2)) ARFF personnel must
AOC or a Limited AOC (approx. 646 participate in a live-fire drill prior to
airports) AOCs held by operators of initial performance of ARFF duties in
heliports and military airports will addition to at least once every
expire June 9, 2004 – no new certificate consecutive 12 months thereafter
will be reissued Civilian airports that (§139.319(i)(3)). 54.
serve scheduled small air carrier 55139.319, ARFF: Operational
operations but are not certificated under Requirements. A record of all training
Part 139 (approx. 40 airports). 8. given to ARFF personnel must be maintained
9Alaskan Airports. The statutory for 24 consecutive months. Training
authority covering the certification of records shall include at least a
airports that serve scheduled operations description and date of training
of small air carrier aircraft is not (§139.319(i)(5)) Each ARFF vehicle shall
applicable to Alaskan airports Alaskan be equipped with, or have available
airports that serve large air carrier through a direct communications link, the
aircraft will continue to be certificated “North American Emergency Response
as Class I or IV airports Only compliance Guidebook” (§139.319(j)). 55.
dates for Class I and IV airports will 56139.319, ARFF: Operational
apply. 9. Requirements. Class II, III and IV
10US Government Airports. Airports airports must implement the ARFF
operated by the U.S. Government, such as operational requirements no later than
military bases, will no longer be June 11, 2007 (§139.319(m)) Class III
certificated under Part 139 Approx. 73 DOD airports may comply with alternate ARFF
airports hold an AOC under FAA Exemption compliance measures than those addressed
No. 5750, which will expire June 9, 2004 in Section 139.317/319 (see §139.315(e)).
Revised § 121.590 will now permit air 56.
carriers to use U.S. Government operated 57139.319, ARFF: Operational
airports that are not certificated under Requirements. Operators of Class II
Part 139 if these airports provide an airports that currently hold an AOC must
equivalent level of safety. 10. provide ARFF for all small air carrier
11US Government Airports. Revised Part operations by June 11, 2007 (ARFF training
139 applies to those portions of a requirements should already be implemented
joint-use or shared-use airport controlled at these airports) Operators of Class II
by a civilian authority Joint use airport airports that currently hold a Limited AOC
is an airport owned by the United States will need to implement all of the ARFF
that leases a portions of the airport to a training requirements and make
person operating an airport covered by arrangements to provide ARFF for all small
Part 139 Shared-use airport means a U.S. air carrier operations by June 11, 2007.
Government-owned airport that is 57.
co-located with an airport covered by Part 58139.319, ARFF: Operational
139 and at which portions of the movement Requirements. FAA may negotiate alternate
areas and safety areas are shared by both ARFF compliance measures on a case-by-case
parties. 11. basis for Class III airports in a manner
12139.5, Definitions. New definitions similar to how ARFF arrangements are
for: Joint-use airport Shared-use airport approved for airport operators currently
Scheduled operations Unscheduled holding a Limited AOC (§139.315(e))
operations Clean agent Revises definition Airport operators holding a Limited AOC
of safety area to correspond to definition with small air carrier operations, but no
contained in AC 150/5300-13, Airport unscheduled large air carrier charter
Design. 12. operations, should contact the FAA
13139.5, Definitions. Four new airport Regional Airports Office to discuss Class
classifications: 13. III airport ARFF alternatives. 58.
14139.5, Definitions. Revises the 59139.321, Handling and Storage of
definition of air carrier aircraft: Large HazMat. Words “lubricants” and “oxygen”
air carrier aircraft – at least 31 deleted to clarify that fire safety
passenger seats Small air carrier aircraft requirements pertain only to aircraft fuel
– more than 9 passenger seats but less Clarification that fuel fire safety
than 31 passenger seats Expands definition inspections must be conducted at least
of wildlife to include feral animals Adds once every 3 consecutive months
an advisory note to alert airport Requirement for using an independent
operators that Part 380 operators must use organization to comply with this section
Part 139 airports. 14. moved to §139.303. 59.
15Part 139 Final Rule. SUBPART B 60139.321, Handling and Storage of
—CERTIFICATION. 15. HazMat. Fueling agent supervisor must
16Revised Subpart B. No new sections complete fuel fire safety training – Prior
Existing requirements modified to— Address to initial performance of duties, or
new airport classifications Implement new enroll in an authorized training course
statutory authority Allow response to that will be completed within 90 days of
off-airport emergency without automatic initiating duties; and At least every 24
written notification to FAA Eliminated months (§139.321(e)(1)) Other fueling
Limited AOC Only one type of operating agent employees required to receive
certificate Existing AOCs to be converted. on-the-job training from the supervisor
16. must now receive initial OJT and recurrent
17139.101, General Requirements. training every 24 months (§139.321(e)(2))
Clarifies that deadline to submit ACM vs. Training compliance dates based on ACM
ACM approval Extends time to submit approval date. 60.
new/revised ACM Class I airports must 61139.321, Handling and Storage of
submit their revised ACM to FAA by HazMat. Additional time for training of
December 9, 2004 Class II, III, & IV fueling personnel Class III airport
airports must submit their new/revised ACM operators have one year to ensure fuel
to FAA by June 9, 2005. 17. personnel are trained The final rule
18139.107, Issuance of Certificate. For (§139.321(b)(6)) states that this training
airports to be newly certificated under must be completed one year after the
the revised Part 139, the FAA will issue a rule’s effective date The FAA will allow
certificate after – Determining that the compliance with this requirement one year
airport operator has implemented Part 139 from the initial approval of ACM
requirements that do not have deferred Otherwise, training and recordkeeping
implementation dates; Approving of the compliance dates will be based on the
Airport Certification Manual; and approval of the new/revised ACM for all
Completing of the initial airport airport classes. 61.
certification inspection Holders of an AOC 62139.321, Handling and Storage of
must submit a revised ACM by the HazMat. The paragraph excluding air
appropriate deadline and implement Part carriers from complying with §139.321 has
139 requirements that do not have deferred been deleted (§139.321(h)) Certificate
implementation dates. 18. holders must now require air carrier
19139.109, Duration of Certificate. FAA fueling agents to comply with the §139.321
cannot terminate an Airport Operating requirements The reference to “grounding”
Certificate because of lack of air carrier has been deleted. 62.
service, as proposed in the Notice of 63139.323, Traffic and Wind Direction
Proposed Rule Making (NPRM) An Airport Indicators. Clarifies when indicators need
Operating Certificate issued under this to be lighted and that such indicators are
part is effective until the certificate only required at runways used by air
holder surrenders it or the certificate is carriers Modifies requirement for locating
suspended or revoked by the Administrator landing strip and traffic pattern
However, airports not serving any air indicators used to identify nonstandard
carrier operations may be placed in an traffic patterns Segmented circles with
inactive status and not inspected by FAA traffic pattern indicators are only
until air carrier operations return. 19. required if there is a right hand traffic
20139.111, Exemptions. Revises exemption pattern and there is no ATCT operating
procedures to conform to changes to Part during any air carrier operation. 63.
11 Exemptions are time limited – FAA will 64139.323, Traffic and Wind Direction
review periodically need for exemption Indicators. Supplemental wind cones are
Proposed §139.321, ARFF: Exemptions, required at the end of each runway used by
deleted in its entirety. 20. air carriers or at least at one point
21139.111, Exemptions. Revises exemption visible to pilots while on final approach
section to include process for requesting and prior to takeoff (§139.323(a))
ARFF exemption New requirements for Previously required only at airports
petitioner to submit financial data within Class B air space classification
Revised requirements for petitioner to Must be lighted if the airport is open for
prearrange emergency response services, air carrier operations at night. 64.
but no timed response, equipment, or 65139.325, Airport Emergency Plan. All
personnel requirements Per the authorizing airport classes required to include an AEP
statute, airports with less than 1.6 in the new/revised ACM Class II, III &
million annual passenger boarding (based IV airports are not required to conduct a
on CY 2002 data) can apply for an full-scale exercise of the AEP
exemption. 21. (§139.325(h)) All airports must conduct an
22139.113, Deviations. The text annual review of the AEP (§139.325(g)(4))
“involving the transportation of persons Class II, III & IV airports must
by air carriers” has been deleted to allow submit an AEP no later than June 9, 2006
the airport more flexibility during (§139.325(k)). 65.
emergencies An example of a deviation 66139.325, Airport Emergency Plan.
would be ARFF personnel responding to a Revise emergency response procedures to–
serious vehicular accident on the airport Address the largest air carrier aircraft
access road that results in the airport in appropriate ARFF index rather than the
not being able to temporarily maintain its largest aircraft that an airport can
ARFF Index and a NOTAM is not issued. 22. reasonably serve Address “Hazardous
23139.113, Deviations. The airport materials/dangerous goods incidents”
operator still must notify the FAA instead of “radiological incidents”
regarding a deviation within 14 days but (§139.325(b)(6)) Include fires at fuel
notification only needs to be in writing farms and fuel storage areas
if requested by FAA The text also added to (§139.325(b)(4)) At airports subject to 49
allow airport to deviate from both the ACM CFR 1542, coordinate security incidents
and requirements of subpart D during addressed in the AEP with the Airport
emergencies. 23. Security Program (§139.325(i)). 66.
24Part 139 Final Rule. SUBPART C – 67139.327, Self-inspection Program.
AIRPORT CERTIFICATION MANUAL. 24. Clarifies that inspection personnel must
25Revised Subpart C. Existing sections receive initial and recurrent training
condensed into three Existing requirements Moves provisions allowing use of
modified to— Address new airport non-airport personnel to §139.303,
classifications Eliminate airport Personnel Reinstates language specifying
certification specifications Update manual that only qualified personnel can perform
maintenance standards Required manual inspections Adds new requirements to
content varies between classes of maintain training records in a manner
airports; most comprehensive required of similar to other Part 139 recordkeeping
Class I airports. 25. requirements. 67.
26Airport Certification Manual. Airport 68139.327, Self-inspection Program. New
operators may continue to serve air requirement for training to ensure that
carrier operations until the deadline for self-inspection personnel are qualified.
submitting new or revised ACMs After The training must include initial training
deadline, airport operators that: Have and recurrent training every 12 months
submitted a new/revised ACM but have not (§139.327(b)(3)) This training supplements
been issued a new certificate will be the training required in other sections,
contacted by FAA to determine to what e.g., training in airport familiarization
extent air carrier service can continue used to comply with §139.303 does not need
Have not submitted their ACM for approval to be repeated for self-inspection
cannot serve applicable air carrier training. 68.
operations Most compliance dates are based 69139.327, Self-inspection Program. The
on the date the new/revised ACM is new training topics for self-inspection
approved by the FAA. 26. personnel must address: Airport
27Airport Certification Manual. A new familiarization, including airport signs,
ACM Advisory Circular and Sample ACM will marking and lighting Airport Emergency
be available on the FAA web site at Plan Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) notification
www1.faa.gov/arp in the near future After procedures Procedures for pedestrian and
approval of the ACM, the FAA will issue ground vehicles in movement areas and
the Airport Operating Certificate Only the safety areas Discrepancy reporting
certificate holder’s and airport’s name procedures. 69.
will be listed on the AOC – not the 70139.329, Pedestrians and Ground
airport class For airport operators Vehicles. The requirements in this section
already holding an AOC, the certificate now apply to safety areas and pedestrians,
will have the date the certificate is as appropriate Records of pedestrian and
reissued and the original certification ground vehicle training are required to be
date The description of an airport’s maintained for 24 months after termination
classification will be contained in the of an individual’s access to the movement
ACM. 27. areas and safety areas Records of
28139.203, Contents of Airport accidents/incidents involving air carrier
Certification Manual. ACM content varies aircraft and/or ground vehicles must be
between classes of airports –Class I maintained for 12 months. 70.
airports required manual content is the 71Revised Subpart D. §139.331
most comprehensive Operators of Class I, Obstructions – references to Part 77
II, and III airports must have an ACM deleted and language added specifying that
addressing all of the required elements FAA determines if an object is an
listed in §139.203. However, requirements obstruction §139.335 Public protection –
in some sections of the ACM vary for Class minor changes to correspond to changes
III airports (see §§139.311, .317, .319 airport security regulations. 71.
and .325) Operators of Class IV airports 72139.337, Wildlife Hazard Management.
must submit an ACM addressing most of the The reference to “ecological study”
elements listed in §139.203. 28. replaced with “wildlife hazard assessment”
29139.203, Contents of Airport Language has been added to define
Certification Manual. Class I airport “substantial damage” to air carrier
operators will need to revise their aircraft from wildlife strikes
Airport Certification Manual (ACM). (§139.337(b)(2)) Most references to
Revision should include: Minor language “birds” have been replaced with
changes and additions throughout to “wildlife”. 72.
correspond to new terminology and 73139.337, Wildlife Hazard Management.
definition changes A new section Language changes to clarify that a
describing a recordkeeping system wildlife hazard assessment is required if
(§139.301) A new section describing an air carrier aircraft experiences either
personnel training (§§ 139.303 & .327) multiple bird strikes or an engine
Update to the Marking and Sign Plan to ingestion of wildlife (§139.337(b))
include runway markings and holding Language added to require a wildlife
position markings in addition to the hazard assessment be conducted by a
signs. 29. “wildlife damage management biologist” who
30139.203, Contents of Airport has professional training and/or
Certification Manual. Class I airports – experience in wildlife hazard management
Revisions to existing ACM (continued): at airports or by an individual working
Update fueling procedures to include air under direct supervision of such an
carrier fueling operations (§139.321) individual (§139.337(c)). 73.
Update Airport Emergency Plan (AEP) to 74139.337, Wildlife Hazard Management.
include sections addressing fires in fuel New requirement for the Wildlife Hazard
storage areas and hazardous materials Assessment to contain “recommended actions
(§139.335) Update ground vehicle for reducing identified wildlife hazards
procedures to include pedestrians and to air carrier operations”
specify training program (§139.329). 30. (§139.337(c)(5)) Additional requirements
31139.203, Contents of Airport for the Wildlife Hazard Management Plan to
Certification Manual. Class II airports – – Address “wildlife population management”
ACM will need to be revised in a manner (§139.337(f)(2)) Be reviewed &
similar to a Class I airport; or Airport evaluated every 12 consecutive months or
Certification Specifications (ACS) following an wildlife event described in
converted into an ACM that has additional paragraph (b) (§139.337(f)(6)). 74.
elements, including: New section with a 75139.339, Airport Condition Reporting.
description of the system for maintaining In addition to the requirement to report
records (§139.301) New section with a the malfunction of any lighting system,
description of personnel training new requirement to report the malfunction
(§139.303). 31. of holding position signs and ILS critical
32139.203, Contents of Airport area signs (§139.339(c)(6)) New
Certification Manual. Class II airports requirement for maintaining records of
–Additional ACM elements (continued): each airport condition report to
Revised Marking and Sign Plan to include correspond with records of daily
runway markings and holding position inspection reports – records of each
markings A Snow & Ice Control Plan dissemination of airport condition
(§139.313) Revised ARFF sections (§§ information must be maintained for 12
139.317 & 139.319) Revised Fueling months (§139.339(d)). 75.
section (§139.321) New Airport Emergency 76Section title has been revised to
Plan (§139.325) New Pedestrian/Ground replace the word “reporting” with
Vehicle section (§139.329) New sections “lighting”. 139.341, Identifying, marking,
addressing Obstructions, NAVAIDS, Public and reporting construction and other
Protection, Wildlife, and Construction unserviceable areas. 76.
(per Subpart D). 32. 77Revised Part 121.590. Air carriers may
33139.203, Contents of Airport continue to operate into Part 139 airports
Certification Manual. Class III airports – until these airports have obtained new or
Develop an ACM addressing all of the revised AOCs, as required under new
required elements; or Convert existing §139.101, General requirements Air
Airport Certification Specifications (ACS) carriers may only operate at an airport
into an ACM or revise existing ACM to that is classified under Part 139 to serve
include additional elements: New section the type of airplane operated (ARFF index)
with a description of the system for and type of operation conducted (airport
maintaining records (§139.301) New section classification). 77.
with a description of personnel training 78Revised Part 121.590. Revised §
(§139.303). 33. 121.590(a) prohibits air carriers and
34139.203, Contents of Airport their pilots from operating at Part 139
Certification Manual. Class III airports – airports if these airports have not
Additional ACM elements (continued): obtained a new or revised Part 139 AOC by
Revised Marking and Sign Plan to include – June 9, 2005 for Class I airports
runway markings and holding position December 9, 2005 for Class II, III, and IV
markings A Snow & Ice Control Plan airports Airport certification status of
(§139.313) Revised ARFF sections Part 139 airports posted at
(§139.315(e) or §§139.317 and 139.319) http://www.faa.gov/arp. 78.
Revised Fueling section (§139.321) New 79Summary – Class I Airports. Can serve
Airport Emergency Plan (§139.325) New scheduled large air carrier aircraft and
Pedestrian/Ground Vehicle section may also serve small air carrier aircraft
(§139.329) New sections addressing and unscheduled large air carriers Must
Obstructions, NAVAIDS, Public Protection, submit a revised ACM and comply with
Wildlife, and Construction (per Subpart revised Part 139 by December 9, 2004. 79.
D). 34. 80Summary – Class I Airports. If not
35139.203, Contents of Airport already in place, must implement formal
Certification Manual. Class IV airports – training programs for airport personnel
Convert existing ACS into an ACM or revise and establish a system for maintaining
existing ACM to address all of the training records found throughout Subpart
required elements (including an AEP), D Incorporate air carrier fueling agents
except for the following sections: into fueling standards, including fueling
Interruption of NAVAIDS during agent training, fueling fire safety
Construction Snow & Ice Control Plan standards and quarterly inspections of the
(§139.313) Pedestrian and Ground Vehicles physical fuel facilities, including mobile
(§139.329) Protection of NAVAIDS fuelers Those airports not within Class B
(§139.333) Public Protection (§139.335) airspace, install supplemental wind cones
Wildlife Hazard Management (§139.337) if primary wind cone not adequate. 80.
Marking and Lighting Construction 81Summary – Class II Airports. Serve
(§139.341). 35. scheduled small air carrier aircraft and
36139.203, Contents of Airport unscheduled large air carrier aircraft –
Certification Manual. Class IV airports – cannot serve large air carrier aircraft
A section describing procedures for Current AOC holders must rewrite their
marking and lighting obstructions (per ACM/ACS to include additional required
§139.331) was inadvertently not listed in manual elements required under §139.203
rule language as a required element for Must submit an ACM by June 9, 2005. 81.
Class IV airports. FAA will issue a 82Summary – Class II Airports. Develop
correction to fix this error as Class IV and implement an Airport Emergency Plan by
airports are required to comply with June 9, 2006 Not required to conduct a
obstruction requirements of §139.331. 36. full-scale exercise Must conduct an annual
37Part 139 Final Rule. SUBPART D – review of the AEP Develop and implement
OPERATIONS. 37. Snow and Ice Control Plan, if appropriate
38Revised Subpart D. One new section Revise Marking and Sign Plan to include
added Inspection authority section moved runway markings and holding position
to Subpart B Existing requirements markings. 82.
modified to address— New airport 83Summary – Class II Airports. If not
classifications Changes in technology, already in place, must implement formal
industry practices, and policy/standards training programs for airport personnel
NTSB recommendations Petition for and establish a system for maintaining
rulemaking Proposed new section, §139.321 training records found throughout Subpart
ARFF: Exemptions, deleted. 38. D Incorporate air carrier fueling agents
39Unchanged Subpart D Sections. Except into fueling standards, including fueling
for minor language changes for agent training, fueling fire safety
clarifications, the requirements of the standards and quarterly inspections of the
following section are unchanged: §139.301 physical fuel facilities, including mobile
Inspection authority (moved to Subpart B) fuelers Install supplemental wind cones if
§139.307 Unpaved areas §139.309 Safety primary wind cone not adequate. 83.
areas §139.313 Snow and ice control 84Summary – Class II Airports. ARFF
§139.333 Protection of NAVAIDS §139.343 Requirements – Holders of a Limited AOC
Noncomplying conditions. 39. must comply with ARFF requirements by June
40New Section 139.301, Records. 11, 2007, including live-fire training
Clarifies certificate holders Holders of an AOC must extend ARFF
responsibilities for recordkeeping and coverage to scheduled operations of small
providing FAA access to records Provides air carrier aircraft by June 11, 2007. 84.
list of required recordkeeping 85Summary – Class III Airports. Serve
requirements found throughout the scheduled small air carrier aircraft –
regulation Expands paragraph that cannot serve large air carrier aircraft
identifies recordkeeping requirements Prepare an ACM addressing the required
found throughout Part 139 to include elements listed in §139.203. Current AOC
length of time records must be maintained holders must rewrite their ACM/ACS to
Deletes proposed reporting requirement for include additional required manual
airports with low annual operations. 40. elements required under §139.203 Must
41New Section 139.301, Records. Each submit an ACM by June 9, 2005. 85.
certificate holder shall maintain records 86Summary – Class III Airports. Develop
for: 24 months for records required under and implement an Airport Emergency Plan by
– Personnel training ARFF & EMS June 9, 2006 Not required to conduct a
personnel training Pedestrian and ground full-scale exercise Must conduct an annual
vehicle training 12 months for records review of the AEP Develop and implement
required under – Airport tenant fueling Snow and Ice Control Plan, if appropriate
inspections Airport tenant fueling agent Develop a Marking and Sign Plan that
training Self Inspection Ground vehicle includes runway markings and holding
accident and incident Airport condition position markings. 86.
reporting. 41. 87Summary – Class III Airports. If not
42139.303, Personnel. Provide sufficient already in place, must implement formal
and qualified personnel to comply with the training programs for airport personnel
requirements of the ACM and Part 139 Equip and establish a system for maintaining
personnel with sufficient resources needed training records found throughout Subpart
to comply with the requirements of Part D Develop fueling standards, including
139 Train personnel with access to fueling agent training, fueling fire
movement areas and safety areas and safety standards and quarterly inspections
perform duties in compliance with the of the physical fuel facilities Install
requirements of the ACM and Part 139, supplemental wind cones if primary wind
including personnel under escort. 42. cone not adequate. 87.
43139.303, Personnel. Contract and 88Summary – Class III Airports. Comply
emergency personnel who occasionally with ARFF requirements by June 11, 2007
support airport personnel in complying Coordinate the level of compliance with
with ACM (such as mutual aid responders ARFF requirements with the FAA and
who access movement areas only during document the ARFF requirements in the ACM
emergencies) are not required to be Install the signs required by §139.311 by
trained under this section but may need June 11, 2007 Signs identifying the taxi
training under §139.325 and §139.329 routes can be retroreflective Holding
Contract and emergency personnel who position signs and ILS signs must be
regularly perform duties under the ACM lighted. 88.
must be trained under §139.303 (such as 89Summary – Class IV Airports. Serve
law enforcement officers that regularly unscheduled large air carrier
enforce ground vehicles procedures in aircraft–cannot serve scheduled large or
movement and safety areas). 43. small air carrier aircraft Current AOC
44139.303, Personnel. Curriculum to holders must rewrite their ACM/ACS to
include airport familiarization, include additional required manual
pedestrian/ground vehicle procedures, elements required under §139.203 Must
communications, ACM duties, and any submit an ACM by June 9, 2005. 89.
additional subject areas required under 90Summary – Class IV Airports. Revise
§§139.319, .321, .327, .329, .337, and Marking & Sign Plan to include runway
.339, as appropriate Can use an markings and holding position markings If
independent organization to comply with not already in place, implement formal
Part 139 if FAA approved and documented in training programs for airport personnel
the ACM, e.g., an airport operator makes and establish a system for maintaining
arrangements with the local Fire Marshall training records found throughout Subpart
to conduct quarterly inspections of the D Incorporate air carrier fueling agents
physical fuel facilities at the airport. into fueling standards, including fueling
44. agent training, fueling fire safety
45139.303, Personnel. Training must be standards and quarterly inspections of the
completed initially and at least once physical fuel facilities. 90.
every 12 months The initial training only 91Summary – Class IV Airports. Install
applies to new personnel assigned to Part supplemental wind cones if primary wind
139 duties after ACM is approved Employees cone not adequate Develop and implement an
currently assigned Part 139 duties must Airport Emergency Plan by June 9, 2006 Not
complete recurrent training a year after required to conduct a full-scale exercise
ACM is approved and once every year Must conduct an annual review of the AEP
thereafter Recurrent training can be Implement the ARFF training requirements
staggered throughout the year. 45. in §§139.317 and .319 by June 11, 2007,
46139.305, Paved areas. Clarifies including live-fire training. 91.
requirement to immediately repair cracks 92Summary – Class IV Airports. Not
and surface variations that produces loose required to comply with the following Part
aggregate or other contaminants. 46. 139 sections– Snow & Ice Control Plan
47139.311, Markings, Signs, and (§139.313) Pedestrian and Ground Vehicles
Lighting. Signs are now addressed in a (§139.329) Protection of NAVAIDS
separate paragraph (§139.311(b)) New Class (§139.333) Public Protection (§139.335)
III airports must have the required signs Wildlife Hazard Management (§139.337)
no later than June 11, 2007 (§139.311(g)) Marking and Lighting Construction
Signs identifying taxiing routes can be (§139.341). 92.
unlighted at Class III airports; however, 93Summary – Implementation Dates.
holding position signs and ILS signs must December 9, 2004 – Class I airports must
be internally illuminated at Class III submit revised ACM June 9, 2005 – Class
airports (§139.311(b)(3)). 47. II, II and IV airports must submit an ACM
48139.315, ARFF: Index Determination. June 9, 2006 – Class II, III, and IV
The “LU” ARFF Index for limited airports airports must submit an AEP June 11, 2007
has been eliminated. The minimum ARFF – Class II, III, and IV airports must
Index is now Index A (§139.315(d)) ARFF implement ARFF Class III airports must
requirements for Class III airports may be provide airfield signs. 93.
provided at a level of safety comparable 94Summary – Implementation Dates.
to Index “A” that is approved by the FAA. Airport operators must continue to comply
Such alternate compliance is documented in with their currently approved ACM/ACS
the ACM (§139.315(e)). 48. until the new ACM is approved by the FAA
49139.315, ARFF: Index Determination. The new training requirements become
Class III airport operators may comply effective upon approval of the new ACM The
with alternate ARFF compliance measures initial training only applies to new
that include: Pre-arranged firefighting personnel assigned to Part 139 duties
and emergency medical response procedures after ACM is approved. 94.
Means for alerting firefighting/emergency 95Federal Aviation Administration. Ben
medical personnel Type of rescue and Castellano Airport Safety and Operations
firefighting equipment to be provided (202) 267-3446 FAX- (202) 267-5257 email –
Training of responding ben.castellano@faa.gov FAA Airports
firefighting/emergency medical personnel Website - http://www.faa.gov/arp/. 95.
on airport familiarization and
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