Airport Engineering

 

In our continuing efforts to serve the people and airports of Kentucky, the Department of Aviation offers engineering services and expertise to any airport board, airport manager, FBO, consultant, contractor, or citizen of Kentucky who may require it. Our engineering team is lead by Craig Farmer, a licensed Professional Engineer with numerous years of experience working with airports and aviation related engineering issues. Mr. Farmer is available to answer any questions and provide engineering support for all of Kentucky’s airports. Please feel free to contact Mr. Farmer at the Kentucky Department of Aviation, (502) 564-4480 or via E-mail.
 
In order to best serve all of our public airports, the Kentucky Department of Aviation must be aware of all existing and proposed airport improvement projects and needs. Help us to help you by keeping the Department of Aviation involved in every aspect of your airport development, from planning to design to construction.
 
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) provides information on series 150, Airport Advisory Circulars that will assist with understanding FAA standards and regulations. The FAA uses Advisory Circulars to constantly update and improve airport design standards and regulations.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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