Most people are shocked when they discover that an airport that touts its self as being "International" is staffed 24/7/365 by a fire department comprised of:
- 2 firefighters and
- 2 trucks
- Increase response drills
- Increase intensity and variety of training
- More aircraft familiarization and hands on training
FAA Office of Airports
Federal Aviation Administration
800 Independence Ave SW
Airport Safety and Standards, AAS-300, Room 618
Washington, DC 20591
Aircraft rescue and fire fighting inspection. Conduct a timed-response drill; review aircraft rescue and firefighting personnel training records, including annual live-fire drill and documentation of basic emergency medical care training; check equipment and protective clothing for operation, condition, and availability.
Request the FAR part 139 compliance inspection results for the Aircraft Rescue and firefighting inspection at the Pensacola International Airport (KPNS). The actual compliance inspection is conducted by staff from the FAA Southern Region offices in Atlanta, GA.
Thanks for the lead. I will! That is transparency