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Virginia Administrative Code
10/23/2020

24VAC5. Virginia Aviation Board

VAC AGENCY NO. 5

AGENCY SUMMARY

The Virginia Aviation Board is authorized to promulgate regulations relating to airports, landing fields and other aviation facilities, aircraft, construction and inspection of airports, licensing of airmen, obstructions to navigable airspace, and such other matters as necessary to promote safe aviation practices and operations. The Department of Aviation implements and enforces the regulations of the board. Code of Virginia, Title 5.1, Chapter 1, Article 1.

The board is responsible for the allocation of all state funds to localities, airport boards, commissions, and authorities. These funds are distributed by the department. Code of Virginia, Title 5.1, Chapters 1, 3 and 5. The board is also authorized to acquire, construct, operate, and dispose of airports and air navigation facilities. It may grant concessions and leases, contract for services, and make regulations for the management of facilities under its control. Code of Virginia, Title 5.1, Chapter 1.

The department operates under the supervision of the Secretary of Transportation. Regulations of the board are available at the office of the Department of Aviation, 5702 Gulfstream Road, Richmond International Airport, VA 23250-2422. Internet address: http://www.doav.state.va.us/

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