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36 Glossary Airport Emergency Plan A comprehensive plan for dealing with all hazards rea- sonably expected to affect a given airport, required for all Part 139 airports and recommended for all other U.S. air- ports. Its international equivalent is called an airport contin- gency plan. Care team An airlineâs corporate team that is specially trained and equipped to perform victim support tasks and is deployed when there is an aircraft accident. Emergency working group A voluntary collaborative arrangement between airlines and their airport that plans, trains, and maintains mutual aid in supporting victim support tasks required of airlines during emergencies at airports. Some EWGs may have expanded scope to deal with any hazard that results in a need for victim and family assistance. Large hub An airport with at least 1% of U.S. passenger enplanements Medium hub An airport with between 0.25% and 1% of U.S. passenger enplanements Part 139 airport FAA regulation 14 CFR Part 139 established certification requirements of U.S. airports serving scheduled and unsched- uled air carrier aircraft designed for more than 30 passenger seats and airports serving scheduled air carrier operations in aircraft with more than 9 seats but less than 31 seats. Small hub An airport with between 0.05% and 0.25% of U.S. passenger enplanements