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Airport Evaluation Tool 27 Level 3--Ready But May Need to Expand--Level 3 airports generally have the services avail- able to accommodate at least some commercial operations. If the level of commercial operations becomes significant, dedicated facilities or personnel may be needed. Level 4--Ready to Serve--Level 4 airports are generally ready to serve commercial operations and probably are serving frequent air taxi or charter operations. A bigger challenge at Level 4 airports may be having the physical space to accommodate additional operations. 4.5 Summary The Quick Review and Airport and Air Taxi Readiness Evaluation Tools have been designed to help airport operators understand their existing facilities. This information is used to help the air- port operator efficiently use the Airport Toolbox (Chapter 5) to identify areas for improvements and enhancements to better serve new generation GA aircraft.