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Removal of Special Federal Aviation Regulation No. 87-Prohibition Against Certain Flights Within the Territory and Airspace of EthiopiaRule2015-0219302/04/2015DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONTransportation DepartmentThis action removes the prohibition against certain flights within the territory and airspace of Ethiopia contained in Special Federal Aviation Regulation (SFAR) No. 87 from the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). The prohibition onl … This action removes the prohibition against certain flights within the territory and airspace of Ethiopia contained in Special Federal Aviation Regulation (SFAR) No. 87 from the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). The prohibition only applied to flight operations within the territory and airspace of Ethiopia north of 12 degrees north latitude conducted by United States (U.S.) air carriers or commercial operators; persons exercising the privileges of an airman certificate issued by the FAA, unless that person was engaged in the operation of a U.S.-registered aircraft for a foreign air carrier; and operators using an aircraft registered in the United States, except where the operator of such aircraft was a foreign air carrier. The FAA has now determined that the safety and security situation that prompted the above flight prohibition has significantly improved, and that it is safe for U.S. civil flights to be operated within the entire territory and airspace of Ethiopia, subject to the approval of and in accordance with the conditions established by the appropriate authorities of Ethiopia.removal-of-special-federal-aviation-regulation-no-87-prohibition-against-certain-flights-within-theFR-Doc-2015-02193
Operations in Class D AirspaceRule2012-1159305/14/2012DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONTransportation DepartmentThe FAA is removing the provision describing an abbreviated taxi clearance. Previously, air traffic controllers issued abbreviated taxi instructions to aircraft en route to their assigned departure runway, which allowed pilots to cro … The FAA is removing the provision describing an abbreviated taxi clearance. Previously, air traffic controllers issued abbreviated taxi instructions to aircraft en route to their assigned departure runway, which allowed pilots to cross all runways that intersected the taxi route to their departure runway. The FAA no longer uses these abbreviated taxi clearances and is removing the provision of the regulation that describes this clearance. This action aligns the regulation with current air traffic control practice and responds to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) Safety Recommendation Numbers A-00- 67 and -68.operations-in-class-d-airspaceFR-Doc-2012-11593
Pilot in Command Proficiency Check and Other Changes to the Pilot and Pilot School Certification RulesRule2011-2230808/31/2011DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONTransportation DepartmentThis final rule amends the FAA's regulations concerning pilot, flight instructor, and pilot school certification. This rule will require pilot-in-command (PIC) proficiency checks for pilots who act as PIC of turbojet-powered aircraft e … This final rule amends the FAA's regulations concerning pilot, flight instructor, and pilot school certification. This rule will require pilot-in-command (PIC) proficiency checks for pilots who act as PIC of turbojet-powered aircraft except for pilots of single seat experimental jets and pilots of experimental jets who do not carry passengers. It allows pilot applicants to apply concurrently for a private pilot certificate and an instrument rating and permits pilot schools and provisional pilot schools to apply for a combined private pilot certification and instrument rating course. In addition, the rule will: Allow pilot schools to use internet-based training programs without requiring schools to have a physical ground training facility; revise the definition of ``complex airplane;'' and allow the use of airplanes with throwover control wheels for expanded flight training. The final rule also amends the FAA's regulations concerning pilot certificates to allow the conversion of a foreign pilot license to a U.S. pilot certificate under the provisions of a Bilateral Aviation Safety Agreement (BASA) and Implementing Procedures for Licensing (IPL). The FAA has determined these amendments are needed to enhance safety, respond to changes in the aviation industry, and reduce unnecessary regulatory burdens.pilot-in-command-proficiency-check-and-other-changes-to-the-pilot-and-pilot-school-certificationFR-Doc-2011-22308
Regulation of Fractional Aircraft Ownership Programs and On-Demand Operations; Technical AmendmentRule2011-1367506/02/2011DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONTransportation DepartmentThe FAA is amending its regulations governing operations of aircraft in fractional ownership programs. This document corrects a technical error in the codified text of the regulations.The FAA is amending its regulations governing operations of aircraft in fractional ownership programs. This document corrects a technical error in the codified text of the regulations.regulation-of-fractional-aircraft-ownership-programs-and-on-demand-operations-technical-amendmentFR-Doc-2011-13675
Removal of Expired Federal Aviation Administration Regulations and ReferencesRule2011-346702/16/2011DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONTransportation DepartmentThe Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is making minor technical changes to its regulations by removing expired Special Federal Aviation Regulations (SFARs) and cross-references, as well as other expired or obsolete regulations. No … The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is making minor technical changes to its regulations by removing expired Special Federal Aviation Regulations (SFARs) and cross-references, as well as other expired or obsolete regulations. None of these changes are substantive in nature since the regulations in question have expired and are not currently in effect. This technical amendment is necessary to update our regulations. The rule will not impose any additional burden or restriction on persons or organizations affected by these regulations.removal-of-expired-federal-aviation-administration-regulations-and-referencesFR-Doc-2011-3467
Inclusion of Reference to Manual RequirementsRule2010-1991208/12/2010DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONTransportation DepartmentThe Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is making a minor technical change to a final rule published in the Federal Register on October 16, 2009. That final rule established new requirements for the certification of products and arti … The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is making a minor technical change to a final rule published in the Federal Register on October 16, 2009. That final rule established new requirements for the certification of products and articles. In that final rule, the FAA inadvertently did not change an affected regulatory reference in one section. The FAA is issuing this technical amendment to correct that oversight.inclusion-of-reference-to-manual-requirementsFR-Doc-2010-19912
Pilot in Command Proficiency Check and Other Changes to the Pilot and Pilot School Certification RulesProposed RuleE9-2095708/31/2009DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONTransportation DepartmentThe FAA is proposing several changes to our pilot, flight instructor, and pilot school certification rules. The proposals include requiring pilot-in-command (PIC) proficiency checks for pilots who act as PIC of single piloted, turbojet … The FAA is proposing several changes to our pilot, flight instructor, and pilot school certification rules. The proposals include requiring pilot-in-command (PIC) proficiency checks for pilots who act as PIC of single piloted, turbojet-powered airplanes; allowing pilot applicants to apply for a private pilot certificate and an instrument rating concurrently; and making allowance in the rule to provide for the issuance of standard U.S. pilot certificates on the basis of an international licensing agreement between the FAA and a foreign civil aviation authority. The FAA has recently entered into such an agreement with the civil aviation authority of Canada. The FAA is also proposing to allow pilot schools to use Internet-based training programs without requiring schools to have a physical ground training facility. The FAA is proposing to allow pilot schools and provisional pilot schools to apply for a combined private pilot certification and instrument rating course. The FAA is also proposing to revise the definition of ``complex airplane.'' Because of changing technology in aviation, the results of successful research, and an international agreement, the FAA has determined these proposed changes to the pilot, flight instructor, and pilot school certification rules are necessary to ensure pilots are adequately trained and qualified to operate safely in the National Airspace System. The FAA has determined these proposals are needed to respond to changes in the aviation industry and to further reduce unnecessary regulatory burdens.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2009/08/31/E9-20957/pilot-in-command-proficiency-check-and-other-changes-to-the-pilot-and-pilot-school-certificationFR-Doc-E9-20957
Pilot, Flight Instructor, and Pilot School CertificationRuleE9-1935308/21/2009DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONTransportation DepartmentThis final rule revises the training, qualification, certification, and operating requirements for pilots, flight instructors, ground instructors, and pilot schools. These changes are needed to clarify, update, and correct our existing … This final rule revises the training, qualification, certification, and operating requirements for pilots, flight instructors, ground instructors, and pilot schools. These changes are needed to clarify, update, and correct our existing regulations. These changes are intended to update and clarify the training and qualifications rules for pilots, flight instructors, ground instructors, and pilot schools to ensure a better understanding of these rules that relate to aircraft operations in the National Airspace System.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2009/08/21/E9-19353/pilot-flight-instructor-and-pilot-school-certificationFR-Doc-E9-19353
Drug and Alcohol Testing ProgramRuleE9-1128905/14/2009DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONTransportation DepartmentThis action amends the FAA's drug and alcohol regulations to place them in a new part. The FAA is not making any substantive changes to the drug and alcohol regulations in this rulemaking.This action amends the FAA's drug and alcohol regulations to place them in a new part. The FAA is not making any substantive changes to the drug and alcohol regulations in this rulemaking.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2009/05/14/E9-11289/drug-and-alcohol-testing-programFR-Doc-E9-11289
Change in Address for the Department of Transportation (DOT) and DOT Migration to the Federal Docket Management System (FDMS)RuleE7-2342212/05/2007DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONTransportation DepartmentThis action updates the Department of Transportation (DOT) addresses, changes references from the Docket Management System to the Federal Docket Management System (FDMS), and removes obsolete information listed in FAA regulations a … This action updates the Department of Transportation (DOT) addresses, changes references from the Docket Management System to the Federal Docket Management System (FDMS), and removes obsolete information listed in FAA regulations as a result of DOT's relocation, migration to the Federal electronic docket system, and closure of the DOT Branch Library. The intended effect of this action is to ensure that the regulated public is informed of address changes, electronic docket changes, and other administrative matters.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2007/12/05/E7-23422/change-in-address-for-the-department-of-transportation-dot-and-dot-migration-to-the-federal-docketFR-Doc-E7-23422
Technical CorrectionsRuleE7-280202/20/2007DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONTransportation DepartmentThis action makes minor corrections to two final rules. The rules were published in the Federal Register on August 9, 1979 and August 18, 1989, respectively. This action corrects the paragraph reference which describes the requisit … This action makes minor corrections to two final rules. The rules were published in the Federal Register on August 9, 1979 and August 18, 1989, respectively. This action corrects the paragraph reference which describes the requisite qualifications to obtain a repairman certificate. This action also corrects the appendix references which describe requirements for altimeter system and altitude reporting equipment tests and inspections. The intent of this action is to ensure that the regulations are clear and accurate.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2007/02/20/E7-2802/technical-correctionsFR-Doc-E7-2802
Pilot, Flight Instructor, and Pilot School CertificationProposed RuleE7-146702/07/2007DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONTransportation DepartmentThe FAA proposes to amend the training, qualification, certification, and operating requirements for pilots, flight instructors, ground instructors, and pilot schools. These changes are needed to clarify, update, and correct our ex … The FAA proposes to amend the training, qualification, certification, and operating requirements for pilots, flight instructors, ground instructors, and pilot schools. These changes are needed to clarify, update, and correct our existing regulations. These changes are intended to ensure that flight crewmembers have the training and qualifications to enable them to operate aircraft safely.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2007/02/07/E7-1467/pilot-flight-instructor-and-pilot-school-certificationFR-Doc-E7-1467
Disqualification for Airman and Airman Medical Certificate Holders Based on Alcohol Violations or Refusals To Submit to Drug and Alcohol TestingRuleE6-981406/21/2006DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONTransportation DepartmentThis final rule changes the airman medical certification standards to disqualify an airman based on an alcohol test result of 0.04 or greater breath alcohol concentration (BAC) or a refusal to take a drug or alcohol test required b … This final rule changes the airman medical certification standards to disqualify an airman based on an alcohol test result of 0.04 or greater breath alcohol concentration (BAC) or a refusal to take a drug or alcohol test required by the Department of Transportation (DOT) or a DOT agency. Further, this rulemaking standardizes the time period for reporting refusals and certain test results to the FAA, and requires employers to report pre-employment and return-to-duty test refusals. It also amends the airman medical certification requirements to allow suspension or revocation of airman medical certificates for pre-employment and return-to-duty test refusals. Finally, we have updated the regulations to recognize current breath alcohol testing technology. These amendments are necessary to ensure that persons who engage in substance abuse do not operate aircraft or perform contract air traffic control duties until it is determined that these individuals can safely exercise the privileges of their certificates.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2006/06/21/E6-9814/disqualification-for-airman-and-airman-medical-certificate-holders-based-on-alcohol-violations-orFR-Doc-E6-9814
Pyrotechnic Signaling Device RequirementsRule04-2823012/27/2004DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONTransportation DepartmentThis direct final rule removes the requirement for a pyrotechnic signaling device required for aircraft operated for hire over water and beyond power-off gliding distance from shore for air carriers operating under part 121 unless it i … This direct final rule removes the requirement for a pyrotechnic signaling device required for aircraft operated for hire over water and beyond power-off gliding distance from shore for air carriers operating under part 121 unless it is part of a required life raft. All other operators will continue to be required to have onboard one pyrotechnic signaling device if they operate aircraft for hire over water and beyond power-off gliding distance from shore. The FAA amends the rule to remove the redundancy and regulatory burden for air carriers operating under part 121.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2004/12/27/04-28230/pyrotechnic-signaling-device-requirementsFR-Doc-04-28230
Disqualification for Airman and Medical Certificate Holders Based on Alcohol Violations and Refusals to Submit to Drug or Alcohol TestingProposed Rule04-2721612/14/2004DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONTransportation DepartmentThe FAA proposes to amend the airman medical certification standards to disqualify an airman based on an alcohol test result of 0.04 or greater breath alcohol concentration (BAC) or a refusal to take a drug or alcohol test required b … The FAA proposes to amend the airman medical certification standards to disqualify an airman based on an alcohol test result of 0.04 or greater breath alcohol concentration (BAC) or a refusal to take a drug or alcohol test required by the Department of Transportation (DOT) or a DOT agency. Further, the FAA proposes to standardize the time period for reporting refusals and certain test results to the FAA, and to require employers to report pre-employment and return-to-duty test refusals. We also propose to amend the airman certification requirements to allow suspension or revocation of airman certificates for pre-employment and return-to-duty test refusals. Finally, we propose to amend the regulations to recognize current breath alcohol testing technology. These amendments are necessary to ensure that persons who engage in substance abuse do not operate aircraft or perform contract air traffic control tower operations until it is determined that these individuals can operate safely.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2004/12/14/04-27216/disqualification-for-airman-and-medical-certificate-holders-based-on-alcohol-violations-and-refusalsFR-Doc-04-27216
Special Air Traffic Rules in the Vicinity of Los Angeles International AirportRule03-1746007/10/2003DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONTransportation DepartmentIn this action, the FAA revises and codifies Special Federal Aviation Regulation (SFAR) No. 51-1, Special Flight Rules in the Vicinity of the Los Angeles International Airport. Specifically, this action changes the northern boundary … In this action, the FAA revises and codifies Special Federal Aviation Regulation (SFAR) No. 51-1, Special Flight Rules in the Vicinity of the Los Angeles International Airport. Specifically, this action changes the northern boundary of the Los Angeles Special Flight Rules Area (SFRA), established by SFAR No. 51-1, to align the area with the Los Angeles Class B airspace area revisions adopted in 1997. Also, this action revises the description of the SFRA airspace to clarify the requirement to operate at fixed altitudes. The FAA is taking this action to reduce the potential for climb/descent conflicts, to ensure compatibility with current traffic flows, and to increase overall system efficiency and safety.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2003/07/10/03-17460/special-air-traffic-rules-in-the-vicinity-of-los-angeles-international-airportFR-Doc-03-17460
Special Air Traffic Rules; Flight Restrictions in the Vicinity of Niagara FallsRule03-463802/28/2003DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONTransportation DepartmentThis action codifies current flight restrictions for aircraft operating in U.S. airspace in the vicinity of Niagara Falls, NY. The FAA is taking this action to complement flight management procedures established for Niagara Fa … This action codifies current flight restrictions for aircraft operating in U.S. airspace in the vicinity of Niagara Falls, NY. The FAA is taking this action to complement flight management procedures established for Niagara Falls by the Canadian government. The intended effect of this action is to prevent unsafe congestion of aircraft in this popular sightseeing area. The FAA is also adopting a number of editorial changes to parts 91 and 93 of Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2003/02/28/03-4638/special-air-traffic-rules-flight-restrictions-in-the-vicinity-of-niagara-fallsFR-Doc-03-4638
Special Flight Rules in the Vicinity of Los Angeles International AirportProposed Rule02-3293912/31/2002DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONTransportation DepartmentIn this action the FAA proposes to revise and codify Special Federal Aviation Regulation (SFAR) No. 51-1, Special Flight Rules in the Vicinity of the Los Angeles International Airport. This action proposes to change the northern … In this action the FAA proposes to revise and codify Special Federal Aviation Regulation (SFAR) No. 51-1, Special Flight Rules in the Vicinity of the Los Angeles International Airport. This action proposes to change the northern boundary of the Los Angeles Special Flight Rules Area (SFRA), established by SFAR No. 51-1, to align the area with the Los Angeles Class B airspace area revisions adopted in 1997. Also, this action would revise the description of the SFRA airspace to make the requirement to operate at fixed altitudes clearer. The FAA is proposing this action to reduce the potential for climb/ descent conflicts, to ensure compatibility with current traffic flows, and to increase overall system efficiency and safety.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2002/12/31/02-32939/special-flight-rules-in-the-vicinity-of-los-angeles-international-airportFR-Doc-02-32939
National Parks Air Tour ManagementRule02-2703310/25/2002DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONTransportation DepartmentThe FAA is codifying the provisions of title VIII of the National Parks Air Tour Management Act of 2000 (the Act), as a new part of its regulations. This action finalizes, in cooperation with the National Park Service, a 5,000-ft. abov … The FAA is codifying the provisions of title VIII of the National Parks Air Tour Management Act of 2000 (the Act), as a new part of its regulations. This action finalizes, in cooperation with the National Park Service, a 5,000-ft. above ground level (AGL) altitude that completes the definition of ``commercial air tour operation'' as required by the Act. If an operator conducts an operation below 5,000 ft. AGL over a national park, and that operation otherwise meets the statutory definition of a commercial air tour operation, that operator is defined as a commercial air tour operator and is required to meet the requirements of the Act and the new regulations. This final rule also codifies the provisions of Special Federal Aviation Regulation 78, the prohibition against commercial air tour flights over the Rocky Mountain National Park, as part of the new regulations. This action completes the codification of the new regulations and presents it for public information.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2002/10/25/02-27033/national-parks-air-tour-managementFR-Doc-02-27033
Special Air Traffic Rules; Flight Restrictions in the Vicinity of Niagara FallsProposed Rule02-2226709/04/2002DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONTransportation DepartmentThis action proposes to codify current flight restrictions for aircraft operating in U.S. airspace in the vicinity of Niagara Falls, NY. The FAA is proposing this action to complement flight management procedures established for N … This action proposes to codify current flight restrictions for aircraft operating in U.S. airspace in the vicinity of Niagara Falls, NY. The FAA is proposing this action to complement flight management procedures established for Niagara Falls by the Canadian government. The intended effect of this action is to prevent unsafe congestion of aircraft in this popular sightseeing area. The FAA is also proposing a number of editorial changes to parts 91 and 93 of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2002/09/04/02-22267/special-air-traffic-rules-flight-restrictions-in-the-vicinity-of-niagara-fallsFR-Doc-02-22267
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