Airport Pavement Software Programs
FAA PAVEAIR is a web-based airport pavement management system that provides users with historic and current information about airport pavement construction, maintenance and management.
BAKFAA is the FAA software to perform backcalculation of pavement material properties using Heavy Weight Deflectometer/Falling Weight Deflectometer (HWD/FWD) data.
ProGroove software is used to identify grooves. Transverse grooves in an airport pavement allow water to be ejected from beneath the tires of an aircraft moving at high speed. It has been found that the grooves can efficiently reduce the hydroplaning potential of a pavement during wet weather.
FAARFIELD 2.0 is the standard software accompanying the following FAA Advisory Circulars: AC 150/5320-6G - Airport Pavement Design and Evaluation, AC 150/5335-5D - Standardized Method of Reporting Pavement Strength - PCR
ICAO-ACR calculates ICAO aircraft classification rating (ACR) numbers for aircraft operating on flexible and rigid airport pavements.
Note: FAARFIELD 1.42 has been superseded by FAARFIELD 2.0 as the standard FAA thickness design software. To download the current standard software, please use the link below.
The Federal Aviation Administration's computer program for computing pavement elevation profile roughness indexes.
FEAFAA (Finite Element Analysis - FAA) was developed by the FAA Airport Technology R&D Branch as a stand-alone tool for 3D finite element analysis of multiple-slab rigid airport pavements and overlays.
ICAO-ACN calculates ICAO aircraft classification numbers (ACN) for aircraft operating on flexible and rigid airport pavements.
COMFAA 3.0 accompanies Advisory Circular AC 150/5335-5C, “Standardized Method of Reporting Airport Pavement Strength – PCN,” and is designed to work with the COMFAA 3.0 support spreadsheet.