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Commercial Service 87 · Article XXIII. Federal Grants and Non-Discrimination · Article XXIV. Condemnation · Article XXV. Miscellaneous Provisions Additional resources for writing leases and agreements are available from · Airports Council InternationalNorth America, · American Association of Airport Executives, · Federal Aviation Administration, · Financial consultants, · Law firms, and · State departments of transportation. Additional Resources Hoerter, S. The Airport Management Primer, 2nd ed. S. Hoerter, Mount Pleasant, S.C., 2001. Office of Aviation Analysis. What is Essential Air Service? U.S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D.C., May 1, 1998. Standard Form 04-001A, Airport Use and Lease Agreement. Palm Springs International Airport, July 1, 2004. Many state aeronautics departments and airports have sample leases on their websites. Two that do are the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (www.dot.state.wi.us/modes/air.htm) and the Texas Department of Transportation at (www.txdot.gov/services/aviation). For more information regarding air service development, please refer to ACRP Project 03-08, "Passenger Air Service Development Techniques," on the TRB website (www.trb.org/CRP/ACRP/ACRPProjects.asp). Also, the ACRP has published many additional documents regarding air service information that the reader may find helpful.