Wichita airport receives perfect FAA inspection

Eisenhower Airport tower

WICHITA, Kansas – Wichita Mid-Continent Airport has received a perfect inspection from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), airport officials announced on Thursday.

The FAA inspection, conducted annually, found “zero discrepancies” in areas such as airport emergency response capability, airfield maintenance and inspection program, notice to airmen procedures, fueler training, wildlife management, and personnel training programs. The report also praised the airport’s organization, procedures and facilities.

“My sincere compliments and congratulations go out to all of our Airport Operations, Maintenance and Police & Fire staffs that have again made it possible to complete this critically important and thorough inspection with no discrepancies,” said Victor White, Director of Airports. They are to be commended for their hard work and diligence in making this possible. This achievement is a testament to their commitment to a high level of safety.”

The FAA recognition marks the second straight year that the airport has received a perfect inspection.

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