The Aviation program area is currently engaged in planning for Surface Access to regional aviation facilities, the continued development of the North Texas Aviation Education Initiative, and the Uncrewed Aircraft Systems Safety and Integration Initiative, among others. 

The Air Transportation Advisory Committee oversees the Regional General Aviation and Heliport System Plan and advises NCTCOG staff on regionally significant issues affecting the general aviation and heliport system.
North Central Texas Aviation Facilities 
The 16-county region of North Central Texas is home to a variety of public and private aviation facilities. Of the more than 600 aviation facilities, 45 are public-use facilities, with 30 included in the FAA’s National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems.

Dallas Love Field Terminal Building

Commercial Service


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Plane taking off at Addison Airport



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Plane getting fuel at Greenville Airport

General Aviation


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Dallas Vertiport

Public Use


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Flight chart and graph on top of map

NCT Aviation Plan


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Man with glasses holds model plan

North Texas Aviation Education Speakers Bureau


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Boy looking at airport through telescope viewer

Regional General Aviation & Heliport System Plan


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Group of students in hangar around airplaneengine

Aviation Education


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Man reviews airplane prop

North Central Texas
Aviation Careers


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Airplanes fly over airport

Regional Aviation Performance Measures


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airplane landing over traffic

Surface Access


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Uncrewed Aircraft System also known as a Drone



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Staff Contacts:  Natalie Bettger, Ernest Huffman