Plane-ly speaking nanoxia project s build about the plane act of 2019 – part ii plane-ly spoken

In part I of this post, we described various provisions in the promoting the launch of nanoxia project s build aviation’s next era act of 2019 (the PLANE act of 2019), S. 2198, as introduced by senators inhofe (OK) and king (ME) on july 23. There we focused on title I of the bill, “fairness for pilots,” (sections 101 to 105). In this post, we focus on provisions in the other five titles of nanoxia project s build the bill that will also be of considerable interest to nanoxia project s build our readers.

If enacted, section 201 would establish a 5-year general aviation pilot public-private partnership program for improving facilities at general aviation airports nanoxia project s build and privately-owned airports used or intended to be used for public nanoxia project s build purposes and that do not have scheduled air service. No more than four airports in each state may participate nanoxia project s build in the pilot program with a cap of $500,000 in FAA funding available to each airport in any nanoxia project s build fiscal year. The provision authorizes $5,000,000 to be appropriated out of the airport and airway nanoxia project s build trust fund for each of the fiscal years 2020-2025. Eligible activities for funding include leveraging private sector investments or nanoxia project s build developing public-private partnerships for building or improving hangers, business, or other airport facilities; funding studies that consider various measures an airport should take nanoxia project s build to attract private sector investment; or participating in a public-private investment.

Section 202 would increase the FAA’s share of allowable project costs from 90 percent to nanoxia project s build 95 percent for a general aviation airport if it determines nanoxia project s build that a project at an airport that is not a nanoxia project s build primary airport will increase safety or security at the airport nanoxia project s build or the airport is categorized as a basic or unclassified nanoxia project s build airport in the FAA’s 2012 report on general aviation airports: A national asset.

Section 203 would permit the FAA to designate as a nanoxia project s build “disaster relief airport” an airport categorized as a “regional reliever airport” in the FAA’s 2016 report, national plan of integrated airport systems (NPIAS) 2017-2021; is within a “reasonable distance … of a hospital or transplant or trauma center; “is in a region … prone to natural disasters; has a paved runway capable of supporting aircraft up to nanoxia project s build 12,500 pounds and aircraft maintenance or serving facilities; and has adequate taxi and ramp space to accommodate engine nanoxia project s build or light multi-engine aircraft for loading and unloading.

Section 301 would preclude from civil liability any individuals designated nanoxia project s build to act as a representative of the FAA administrator in nanoxia project s build accordance with 14 CFR part 183, subpart C, when carrying out duties with reasonable care within the united nanoxia project s build states or its territories in accordance with their designation. The designated individuals specified in the part 183, subpart C, are: aviation medical examiners; pilot examiners; technical personnel examiners; designated aircraft maintenance inspectors; designated engineering representatives; designated manufacturing inspection representatives; and designated airworthiness representatives.

Section 401 would require the FAA administrator to designate all nanoxia project s build “necessary” employees at the agency’s aeronautical center in oklahoma city as “excepted employees” in the event of a lapse in appropriations. The purpose of this language would ensure that the academy nanoxia project s build remains open during a government shutdown for continued training of nanoxia project s build air traffic controllers (atcs).

Section 402 would direct the FAA aviation rulemaking advisory committee nanoxia project s build to review all FAA regulations and policies related to the nanoxia project s build training of ATC tower operators and submit its recommendations to nanoxia project s build the FAA. The committee’s recommendations would address ways to modify existing requirements and nanoxia project s build policies to prepare and better utilize approved air traffic collegiate nanoxia project s build training initiative school graduates and other qualified air traffic control nanoxia project s build program graduates for work at ATC contract towers. The committee’s would also recommend changes that incorporate classroom, simulation, and on-the-job training for applicants applying for an initial facility rating.

This provision would require the FAA to publish a notice nanoxia project s build of proposed rulemaking and a subsequent final rule to restore nanoxia project s build aeronautical repair stations’ ability to surrender voluntarily and unilaterally their certificate of operation nanoxia project s build without the requirement for FAA acceptance of the certificate surrender. The requirement was added to 14 CFR §145.55 in 2014 in response to national transportation safety board nanoxia project s build recommendation A-04-02. The NTSB recommended that the FAA issue a rule “to prevent individuals who have been associated with a previously nanoxia project s build revoked repair station from continuing to operate through a new nanoxia project s build repair station.” section 601 would also require the FAA to include in nanoxia project s build its rulemaking provisions to prevent an individual who “materially contributes to the revocation of a repair station certificate” from reentering the repair station industry and authorizes a repair nanoxia project s build station that terminates an individual who materially contributes to the nanoxia project s build revocation to reapply for a certificate.

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