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Suggested Citation:"CONTENTS." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Permissible Uses of Airport Property and Revenue. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26011.
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Permissible Uses of Airport Property and Revenue Copyright National Academy of Sciences. All rights reserved. CONTENTS Summary, 3 I. Introduction, 3 II. Foundations and Fundamentals, 5 A. Brief Historical Review and Review of Recent Updates, 5 B. Brief Review of Theoretical Foundation for Regulation of Airport Revenue and Related Property Use, 8 C. Nexus Between Airport Property and Airport Revenue Use, 11 D. Statutory and Regulatory Framework for Controlling Use of Airport Revenue and Related Property Use, 16 E. Established Boundaries for Permissible Use of Airport Revenue, 23 III. Methodology, 25 A. Research Purpose, Scope and Method, 25 B. Data Collection Method and Techniques, 26 C. Discussion of Method of Analysis and Presentation of Results, 26 IV. Findings and Discussion, 27 A. Recent Developments in Airport Proprietor Activities to Expand Sources or Pursue Creative Strategies for Airport Revenue Use, 27 B. Key Factors, Issues, Strategies and Examples of Permitted and Prohibited Airport Revenue Use and Related Property Use, 28 V. Conclusions, 48 Bibliography, 50 List of Acronyms, 55 APPENDIX A Template Interview Questionnaire, 55 APPENDIX B Anonymized Interview Participants, 56 APPENDIX C Anonymized Airport Proprietors for Hypotheticals, 56 2 ACRP LRD 40

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Understanding the permissible use of airport revenue is one of the most common legal issues faced by airport management. While there are some clear lines, there are several categories (such as utility fees) of potential expenditures of airport revenue that are not as clearly defined.

The TRB Airport Cooperative Research Program's ACRP Legal Research Digest 40: Permissible Uses of Airport Property and Revenue updates the background of economic and legal information presented in ACRP Legal Research Digest 2: Theory and Law of Airport Revenue Diversion. It focuses on the application of federal law and policy to specific categories of expenditures and uses and includes discussion of statutory law, policy, case law, and informal and formal guidance from the Federal Aviation Administration.


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