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The AlaskaASP internal website is the portal for the aviation data and analysis applications and reporting of the Alaska Aviation System Plan (AASP) for the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities. It currently includes: 

·         Airport facilities, needs, and Capital Improvement and Maintenance Program (CIMP) data

·         Miscellaneous aviation data for State of Alaska facilities

·         New photo module for inspection photos and other site visits

The AlaskaASP public website (www.AlaskaAsp.com) houses the publicly-available aviation facilities information directory and general information about the AASP. Runway information pulls directly from the 5010 database and some community information from the Alaska DCCED. The public site includes: 

·         Airport facility data and pilot information

·         Documents such as 5010 master record inspections and pavement condition index (PCI) reports

·         AASP reports, documents, and project schedule

Please use and comment on the features and information available through both the internal and public websites. Both are updated and expanded as the DOT&PF continues to develop tools for effective planning, operation, maintenance, and management of airports across the system. For questions or comments, contact Rebecca.rauf@alaska.gov.

The CIMP manual is now available at the following link. Please copy and paste the link into a browser to download the manual.  It provides step by step instructions to complete a CIMP inspection.



News and Alerts


  • All new photo module! Photos can now be housed and viewed for all airport facilities across the system. To learn more about how to upload and download photos, download the Photo Management Module How-To Guide at the link below:


  • The APEB nomination and M&O funding module will be available fall of 2017!

The website is constantly undergoing new updates and features.  For questions or inquiries, contact Rebecca Rauf in Statewide Aviation at rebecca.rauf@alaska.gov.

More than 700 airports in the state are registered with the FAA and have airport master records (5010 Forms) available. Less than half of these airports have additional inventory data available, gathered as part of the ongoing Alaska Aviation System Plan Update. Most, but not all, of the airports owned by the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities are included in the airports that have additional inventory data.