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58 APPENDIX F--Samples of Airport Minimum Standards The research, analysis, survey, and interviews conducted in preparing this digest revealed considerable variation in Minimum Standards from airport to airport. This diversity is further evidenced by examination and comparison of air- port-specific Minimum Standards. The following references provide some illustrative samples of the diversity of airport Minimum Standards. These ref- erences should not be taken as an endorsement of these or any other airport-specific Minimum Standards. Compliance with the Sponsor Assurances demands that Minimum Standards must be relevant to the circumstances at each airport. In FAA Order 5190.6B, Appendix O, the FAA provided two sample Minimum Standards, from Livingston County Air- port, Michigan, and from Knox County Regional Airport, Maine ( Other publicly-available samples of Minimum Standards include the following: Ft. Lauderdale Executive Airport, Florida, Phoenix Deer Valley Airport, Arizona, McKinney Airport, Texas, egs%20Nov%202008.pdf. Snohomish County Airport--Paine Field, Washington, King County International Airport--Boeing Field, Washington,