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Security Related Considerations in the Design and Operation of Transport Category AirplanesProposed RuleE6-2256301/05/2007DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONTransportation DepartmentUnder this notice, the FAA proposes to implement certain security related requirements governing the design of transport category airplanes. The requirements would provide improved airplane design features and greater protection of the … Under this notice, the FAA proposes to implement certain security related requirements governing the design of transport category airplanes. The requirements would provide improved airplane design features and greater protection of the cabin, flightdeck, and cargo compartments from the detonation of explosive or incendiary devices, penetration by projectiles, and intrusion by unauthorized persons. The FAA also proposes to require operators to establish a ``least risk bomb location'' on all affected airplanes. These proposed changes would adopt several International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) standards. Also, this notice discusses six proposed advisory circulars (ACs) and proposed changes to two existing ACs.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2007/01/05/E6-22563/security-related-considerations-in-the-design-and-operation-of-transport-category-airplanesFR-Doc-E6-22563
Transponder Continuous OperationProposed Rule03-68501/14/2003DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONTransportation DepartmentThis proposal would amend the instrument and equipment requirements for airplanes operated in domestic, flag, and supplemental operations. Specifically, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) proposes to require affected ai … This proposal would amend the instrument and equipment requirements for airplanes operated in domestic, flag, and supplemental operations. Specifically, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) proposes to require affected airplanes to have the capability to help assure immediate activation of the designated air traffic control (ATC) hijack alert code, and continuous transmission of that code to ATC during a hijack situation. The FAA is proposing this action in response to the heightened threat to U.S. civil aviation. The FAA believes that this capability would help provide ATC personnel with more time to initiate a national security response to a potential airplane hijack situation.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2003/01/14/03-685/transponder-continuous-operationFR-Doc-03-685
Security Considerations in the Design of the Flightdeck on Transport Category AirplanesRule02-96501/15/2002DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONTransportation DepartmentThis amendment implements two security design requirements governing transport category airplanes. This amendment requires a means to protect the flightdeck from unauthorized intrusion and small arms fire or fragmentation devic … This amendment implements two security design requirements governing transport category airplanes. This amendment requires a means to protect the flightdeck from unauthorized intrusion and small arms fire or fragmentation devices. The FAA is also requiring that certain airplanes operating in part 121 service comply with this amendment to prevent unauthorized access to the flightdeck. These amendments are being adopted to further enhance air carrier security in response to the heightened threat to U.S. civil aviation.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2002/01/15/02-965/security-considerations-in-the-design-of-the-flightdeck-on-transport-category-airplanesFR-Doc-02-965
Repair Assessment for Pressurized FuselagesRule00-1022004/25/2000DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONTransportation DepartmentThis action requires operators of certain transport category airplanes to incorporate repair assessment guidelines for the fuselage pressure boundary into their FAA-approved maintenance or inspection program. This action is the result … This action requires operators of certain transport category airplanes to incorporate repair assessment guidelines for the fuselage pressure boundary into their FAA-approved maintenance or inspection program. This action is the result of concern for the continued operational safety of airplanes that are approaching or have exceeded their design service goal. The purpose of the repair assessment guidelines is to establish a damage-tolerance based supplement inspection program for repairs to detect damage, which may develop in a repaired area, before that damage degrades the load carrying capability of the structure below the levels required by the applicable airworthiness standards.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2000/04/25/00-10220/repair-assessment-for-pressurized-fuselagesFR-Doc-00-10220
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