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Notice to Airports

Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Information from the FAA
For the most up-to-date information and news from FAA regarding the Coronavirus, please visit the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is proactively taking steps to help address the widespread economic and health effects that the COVID-19 pandemic is having on the aviation industry. The FAA continues to evaluate a large number of requests from across all aviation industry sectors to help address COVID-19-related effects. To date, the FAA has taken the following actions and provided the following guidance:

Regulatory Updates
Temporary Control Tower Hour Adjustments
FAA extends AIP Application Deadlines
Drone Use for Response Efforts
Flight Attendant Exemption
Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES) Airport Program
Additional Pilot Medical Certificate Exemptions
Air Carrier Training Exemptions
Pilot Medical Certificates
Airport Slot-Use Waivers
Temporary Parking of Overflow Aircraft
Airport Safety Inspections
Guidance and Resources
Updated Health Guidance for Air Carriers and Crews
Cargo Transportation Guidance
Flexible Air Traffic Control Schedule
Information for Airport Sponsors
Guidance to FAA Inspectors
FAA Construction Projects
Airport Construction Projects
Airport Improvement Program
Aviation Maintenance Technician Schools
COVID-19 Information
Sharing Heath Safety Messages
Pilot Oxygen Mask Requirements
Expanded Drone Operations
Puerto Rico Flight Restriction Request
Drug and Alcohol Testing
Guidance for States, Localities, and Territories Considering Air Transportation Restrictions
Guidance for Airport Sponsors Considering Airport Closures or Restrictions
2020 CARES Act
CARES Act Overview
Information for Airports about COVID-19
CARES Act grant amounts to airports (PDF)
COVID Resources from Airlines
American Airlines
Delta Airlines
JetBlue Airlines
Southwest Airlines
United Airlines
Other Government Resources
CDC Guidance for Travel
CDC's COVID-19 Traveler Information Card (PDF)
FEMA: Rumor Control
Government Response to Coronavirus
Department of Homeland Security