Airports GIS

FAA Airports GIS Program

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Airports Geographic Information System (Airports GIS)

The Airports Surveying Geographic Information System (Airports GIS) helps the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) collect airport and aeronautical data to meet the demands of the Next Generation National Airspace System.

Guided by Advisory Circulars, the airport sponsor or proponents are key links in the information chain. Use this Airports GIS web application to access airport data and submit changes matching defined business rules. After you submit changes, the Airports GIS application notifies the proper FAA office.

We are developing electronic Airport Obstruction Charts and electronic Airport Layout Plans. Our ultimate goal is to integrate multiple versions of the airport data: preliminary, current, planned, and temporary. Additional plans are to share data with other FAA systems such as iOEAAA and eNASR. Stay tuned for future implementations.

Please send digital imagery and associated supporting documentation for review to the following address:

FAA Airport Engineering Division (AAS-100)
Airport Surveying-GIS Program Manager
800 Independence Avenue, Suite 621
Washington, D.C. 20591

Front Office Phone: 202-267-7669


New Users Requesting Access to the Airports GIS System

New users who would like to request access to the Airports GIS system for the first time should contact the Airports GIS Help Desk for the "New User Registration Form". Please, complete the required fields within the form and submit it back to the Help Desk via email to be processed.

Help Desk Telephone Line: 844-357-2447 (8:00AM - 5:00PM / Monday - Friday)

Help Desk Email:

Instructions for Accessing the System for Previous Airports GIS Users

For instructions on how to register with MyAccess and to log into the system, please follow the link below that will direct you to the Airports GIS newsletter. Once you are inside of the newsletter click on the tab "MyAccess Account Registration".

Airports GIS Newsletter:

Non FAA Employees or Contractors