Drew County Aviation Department

Find Drew County Arkansas aviation departments, administrations, and agencies. Aviation departments provide information on civil and private aviation, airports, airlines, flights, regulations, safety, and jobs.

Federal Aviation Administration Westminster 199 Pine St Westminster SC 29693 487.7 miles from Drew County 864-647-2742

US Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration Salina 2000 Kneubuhl Court Salina KS 67401 487.7 miles from Drew County 785-825-4806

Airport Inspections Kentucky State 90 Airport Road Frankfort KY 40601 496.3 miles from Drew County 502-564-4480

Madison Aviation Awos 1480 North Grange Hall Road Madison IN 47250 498.9 miles from Drew County 812-866-1798

US Federal Aviation Administration Lexington 4051 Terminal Drive Lexington-Fayette KY 40510 503.7 miles from Drew County 859-254-1292

US FAA Anderson County Highway 187 Anderson SC 29625 515.6 miles from Drew County 864-224-8240

Corpus Christi Aviation Department 1000 International Drive Corpus Christi TX 78406 528.2 miles from Drew County 361-289-0171

US FAA Bradford 749 South Wyanet Walnut Road Bradford IL 61421 536.1 miles from Drew County 309-897-7621

Us Faa Transportation Department West Lafayette 1560 Aviation Dr West Lafayette IN 47906 540.6 miles from Drew County 765-743-2611

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About Aviation Departments

Do I contact the Aviation Department with complaints about airline service?

If the problem cannot be resolved directly with the airline carrier, the complaint should be directed to the U.S. Department of Transportation's Aviation Consumer Protection Division (ACPD).

Does the Aviation Department regulate drones?

The regulation of drones, or unmanned aircraft systems, is relatively new and still evolving. The FAA has developed operational rules known as "Part 107" rules for commercial use drones. The Academy of Model Aeronautics is responsible for coordinating community-based safety guidelines for recreational use drones.

What is a Public Use Airport?

A public use airport makes its services available to businesses and the general public. They are distinct from private use airports which are used exclusively by their owners.