The FAA is the federal agency that regulates the aviation industry and operates the National Airspace System. The FAA's mission is to provide the safest, most efficient aerospace system in the world.
Contact the FAA for information about air traffic control, aviation safety, and airman and aircraft certification.
Public Inquiry: 404-305-5002
Flight Delay Information (Air Traffic Control System Command Center)
Media Relations: 404-305-5100
After Hours: 404-305-5180
The FBI is responsible for investigation and responding to incidents that occur when aircraft are considered by the FAA to be in flight.
Memphis Contact: Supervisory Special Agent Joel E. Siskovic
The NTSB is an independent federal agency charged by Congress with investigating every civil aviation accident in the U.S. and significant accidents in other modes of transportation-railroad, highway, marine and pipeline.
When an aircraft accident occurs, the NTSB takes custody of the aircraft once fire and rescue operations are concluded.
- Inquiries about specific aviation accidents
- Updates regarding aircraft accident investigations
NTSB Media Resources
TSA secures the nation's airports and screens all commercial airline passengers and baggage. Contact TSA for:
Inquiries about airport security (some aspects of airport security are the responsibility of the airport, including perimeter control and employee access control)
Mark J. Howell, Regional Spokesperson
After Hours: 877-632-7327
Mark Howell Email
TSA Media Email
Consumer affairs concerns (statistics about airline flight performance, baggage issues, etc.)