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In the US, all commercial airport runways are certified by the FAA under the Code of Federal Regulations Title 14 Part 139, " Certification of Commercial Service Airports " although it serves only general aviation traffic.
Of the three New York Metropolitan Airports, only Newark Airport has served as a Philippine Airlines destination.
Airports Council International reported that during the 2nd Quarter 2010, Mitchell was the third fastest-growing airport in the world, exceeded only by airports in Istanbul, Turkey and Moscow, Russia.
It is one of only two non-capital airports with fewer than 200, 000 passengers a year to be part of the National Airports System.
The pilots tried to turn around, asking the Las Americas Airport control tower for clearance for an emergency landing, but, during the turn, the number 1 ( left ) engine also lost power, and, because the aircraft was in a turning motion when the left engine failed, the jet plunged into the sea, in what has been the only jet airliner tragedy to date for either Las Americas or Luis Muñoz Marín International Airports.
At present, Juhu only has a single operational runway and is run by the Airports Authority of India.
Airports in extremely busy airspace may have only a radius control zone.

Airports and airport
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority ( MWAA ) began a renovation program for the airport including a new security mezzanine with more room for lines.
In the United States commercial airports are generally operated directly by government entities or government-created airport authorities ( also known as port authorities ), such as the Los Angeles World Airports authority that oversees several airports in the Greater Los Angeles area, including Los Angeles International Airport.
Airports are uniquely represented by their IATA airport code and ICAO airport code.
The airport, also known as Holman Field, is a reliever airport run by the Metropolitan Airports Commission.
* 1934: Morris Jackaman formed a new airport company named Airports Limited.
In 2001, in order to improve and expand its infrastructure, the airport was concessioned by the Peruvian government to Lima Airport Partners ( LAP ), now composed of Fraport and two other minor partners, retaining the air traffic control managed by the Peruvian Corporation of Airports and Commercial Aviation ( CORPAC ).
The airport is operated by Malaysia Airports ( MAHB ) Sepang Sdn Bhd and is the major hub of Malaysia Airlines, MASkargo, AirAsia, AirAsia X and Department of Civil Aviation ( DCA )
Malaysia Airports agreed to redevelop the remaining Terminal 3 to create Subang International Airport a specialist airport for turboprop and charter planes surrounded by a residential area and a business park.
Airports Company South Africa ( ACSA ) reported that major new developments took place at the airport, in preparation for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Over the years, the airport has been maintained and upgraded largely due to funding provided from the California Aid to Airports Program ( CAAP ).
The airport is managed by the Metropolitan Airports Commission as a reliever facility to draw general aviation traffic.
On 23 December 1980 the airport became ordinary member of the Airports Council International ( ACI ).
The airport is operated by Ghana Airports Company Limited ( GACL ), which has its offices on the airport property.
For seven years in a row ( 2005 – 2012 ), it was rated the best airport worldwide by Airports Council International.
The airport was awarded the Best in Service Award in Class at the 1st International Conference on Airport Quality and Service by the IATA and the Airports Council International ( ACI ), and ranked second in Best Airport Worldwide, behind Hong Kong International Airport.
In 1975 British Airports Authority airport director John Mulkern, British Caledonian Airways chairman Adam Thomson and British Rail's Southern Region regional manager Bob Reid, formed the Gatwick Liaison Group to discuss matters of mutual interest.
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority ( MWAA ) operates the airport.
In 1984, Secretary of Transportation Elizabeth Dole appointed a commission to study transferring National and Dulles Airports from the Federal Aviation Administration ( FAA ) to a local entity, which could use airport revenues to finance improvements.
In 1987, Congress, through legislation, transferred control of the airport from the FAA to the new Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority with the Authority's decisions being subject to a Congressional review panel.
It is operated by Aena ( Aeropuertos Españoles y Navegación Aérea, or Spanish Airports and Aerial Navigation ), the Spanish airport authority.

Airports and for
Airports may also appear under this subcategory, including air traffic control and refuelling operations for international airports through to smaller domestic exposures.
Katowice International Airport ( in Tarnowskie Góry County ) is used for domestic and international flights, Other Nearby Airports are John Paul II International Airport Kraków-Balice and Warsaw Frédéric Chopin Airport.
* A comprehensive, consumer / business directory of commercial airports in the world ( primarily for airports as businesses, rather than for pilots ) is organized by the trade group Airports Council International.
In a move to concentrate on bus and rail provision, the airports were sold to Manchester Airports Group for £ 241 million in March 2001.
Airports with scheduled commercial airline service for the area, located in Houston, are William P. Hobby Airport and George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
Airports also offer an analogous version of the ekiben: bento filled with local cuisine, to be eaten while waiting for an airplane or during the flight.
* 2010 Music for Real Airports
The British Airports Authority ( BAA ) has been a pioneer in implementing congestion pricing for all types of commercial aviation.
On July 14, 2008 SFO was voted Best International Airport in North America for 2008 in the World Airports Survey by Skytrax.
Airports of Thailand released a report at the end of 2006 which furthered this effort, proposing it as a way to avoid or delay second-stage expansion which had been planned for Suvarnbhumi.
In 2002, the Australian Government sold Sydney Airports Corporation Limited ( later renamed Sydney Airport Corporation Limited, SACL ), the management authority for the airport, to Southern Cross Airports Corporation Holdings Ltd. 82. 93 per cent of SACL is owned by MAp Airports International Limited, a subsidiary of Macquarie Bank, Sydney Airport Intervest GmbH own 12. 11 per cent and Ontario Teachers ' Australia Trust own 4. 96 per cent.
Melbourne Airport was included in the first phase, being acquired by the newly formed Australia Pacific Airports Corporation Limited for $ 1. 3 billion.
Halifax Airport fared well in the 2005 AETRA survey for passenger satisfaction, produced by the International Air Transport Association ( IATA ) and Airports Council International.
Clapham Junction would be an interchange for air passengers changing between Heathrow and Gatwick Airports.
When recording his landmark 1978 ambient album Music for Airports, Brian Eno reported that for a particular song, " One of the tape loops was seventy-nine feet long and the other eighty-three feet " ( Prendergrast, 123 ).
The British Airports Authority ( BAA ) took control of the airport in 1975 and when BAA was privatised in the 1980s, Glasgow Airport began to offer flights to other places around the world, flights which previously were facilitated by Glasgow Prestwick Airport, which was subsequently relegated as the city's secondary airport catering for low cost airlines and charter operators.

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