TxDOT Aviation – Airport Guidance for COVID-19 Operations


TxDOT Aviation is dedicated to helping our airports, especially during this time, and remains focused on providing support and continuing airport development projects. To provide important information to Texas general aviation airports and stakeholders, TxDOT Aviation Division created this page to post guidance and updates, received from state and federal agencies regarding funding opportunities and safe operation recommendations, that may assist airports during the COVID-19 pandemic. TxDOT Aviation will continue to update this site; so, please check back regularly. Thank you for your role in keeping Texas airports safe and operational during this unprecedented time.

Department of Public Safety Information for Travelers Impacted by Governor Abbott's Executive Order Mandating 14-Day Quarantine for Travelers Coming into Texas by Air and Road.

 

FAA COVID-19 Related Updates

Visit FAA for more information.

 

FAA CARES Act Information and Updates

FAA releases updated guidance for 2020 CARES Act Grants for Airports

 

COVID-19: Guidance for General Aviation Fuel Providers

Guidance on mitigating issues associated with “low use” refueling equipment amidst the current COVID-19 health crisis, including:

  • Microbial growth in filter vessels and other parts of fuel delivery systems (tanks and piping)
  • Increased water production in fuel tanks with low volumes
  • Fuel left static in hoses will change color and possibly be drawn off-specification
Visit National Air Transportation Association for more information.
 

DHS Advisory Memorandum on Identification of Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers During COVID-19 Response

TxDOT CARES Act Teleconference Information

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