Airport Fire Fighting Foam
Aqueous Flame Fighting Foam
Aqueous Film Forming Foam
Aqueous Fire Fighting Foam
The number of planes that land during a specified period of time.
The size of the largest plane that operates at the airport.
The type of aircraft rescue and firefighting equipment and quantity of fire extinguishing agent that the airport must provide.
Whether or not the airport has air carrier operations.
ONLY the runways.
The runways and taxiways.
The runways, taxiways, and other areas of an airport that are used for taxiing, takeoff, and landing of aircraft, exclusive of loading ramps and aircraft parking areas.
The location of each obstruction required to be lighted or marked within the airport's area of authority.
Procedures for avoidance of interruption or failure during construction work of utilities serving facilities or NAVAIDS that support air carrier operations.
An emergency plan as required under §139.325
Procedures for controlling pedestrians and ground vehicles in movement areas and safety areas, as required under §139.329
Both B & D do not need to be included.
Class I, II, III, IV
Class IV, III, II, I
Class A, B, C, D
Class D, C, B, A