TABLE A-10 U.S. Airport Runway Pavement Conditions: 1999-2006

TABLE A-10 U.S. Airport Runway Pavement Conditions: 1999-2006

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  NPIASairports (number) Condition (percent) Commercial service airports (number) Condition (percent)
Good Fair Poor Good Fair Poor
1999 3,344 72 23 5 547 78 20 2
2000 3,361 73 22 5 546 79 19 2
2001 3,364 73 22 5 546 79 19 2
2002 3,358 71 24 5 536 79 19 2
2003 3,346 75 21 4 510 80 18 2
2004 3,356 75 21 4 513 82 16 2
2005 3,357 75 21 4 517 79 19 2
2006 3,365 77 19 4 517 79 18 3

KEY: NPIAS = National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems.

NOTES: The U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA's) National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems is composed of all commercial service airports, all reliever airports, and selected general aviation airports. It does not include over 1,000 publicly owned public-use landing areas, privately owned public-use airports, and other civil landing areas not open to the general public. NPIAS airports account for almost all enplanements. In 2005, there were 16,500 non-NPIAS airports. Commercial service airports are defined as public airports receiving scheduled passenger service, and having at least 2,500 enplaned passengers per year.

SOURCES: Various sources, as cited in U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, National Transportation Statistics 2007, table 1-24, available at http://www.bts.gov/ as of September 2007.