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CHAPTER FEDERAL AVIATION AGENCY

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DITORIAL NOTE: Regulations of the Federal Aviation Agency contained in Chapters I and of this Title are in the process of reorganization and recodification (26 F.R. 10698, Nov. 1961; 27 F.R. 4587, May 15, 1962), resulting in a duplication of numbering. During the of the recodification project, the recodified portions are labeled “[New]”. Upon comple1 of the project the label “[New]” will be eliminated.

SUBCHAPTER A-CIVIL AIR REGULATIONS (CONTINUED)

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39 [Reserved]

Scheduled interstate air carrier certification and operation rules. Certification and operation rules for certificated route air carriers engaging

in overseas and foreign air transportation and air transportation within

Hawaii and Alaska. Aircraft certification and operation rules for supplemental air carriers, com

mercial operators using large aircraft, and certificated route air carriers

engaging in charter flights or other special services. Certification and operation rules for commercial operators and air taxi

operators; small aircraft. Foreign air carrier regulations. Scheduled air carrier helicopter certification and operation rules.

SUBCHAPTER D-AIRMEN [NEW]

Certification: Pilots and flight instructors. [New]
Certification: Flight crew members other than pilots. (New]
Certification: Airmen other than flight crewmembers. [New]
Medical standards and certification. [New]

SUBCHAPTER E-AIRSPACE [NEW]

Designation of Federal airways, controlled airspace, and reporting points.

[New] Special use airspace. [New] Establishment of jet routes. [New] Notice of construction or alteration affecting navigable airspace. [New]

SUBCHAPTER F-AIR TRAFFIC AND GENERAL OPERATING RULES | 91 General operation and flight rules. [New] 93 Special air traffic rules and airport traffic patterns. [New] 95 IFR altitudes. [New] 97 Standard instrument approach procedures. [New] 99 Security control of air traffic. [New] 101 Moored balloons, kites, and unmanned rockets. [New] 103 Transportation of dangerous articles and magnetized materials. 2 105 Parachute jumping. [New]

SUBCHAPTER H-SCHOOLS AND OTHER CERTIFICATED AGENCIES [

141 143 145 147 149

Pilot schools. [New]
Ground instructors. [New]
Repair stations. [New]
Mechanic schools. (New]
Parachute lofts. [New]

SUBCHAPTER AIRPORTS [NEW]

151 153 155

157 159 161 163 165

Federal aid to airports. [New]
Acquisition of U.S. land for public airports. [New]
Release of airport property from surplus property disposal restri

[New]
Notice of construction, alteration, or deactivation of airports. [Ne
National capital airports. (New]
Cold Bay, Alaska, airport. [New]
Canton Island airport. [New]
Wake Island code. New]

SUBCHAPTER K-ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS [NEW]

181 183 185

Seal. (New]
Representatives of the administrator. [New]
Testimony by employees and production of records in legal procee

[New]
Fees for copying and certifying Federal Aviation Agency records.
Use of Federal Aviation Agency communications system. (New]

187 189

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Applicability of this part. 12 Applicability of Parts 43 and 60 of

this subchapter. 15 Definitions. CERTIFICATION RULES AND OPERATIONS

SPECIFICATIONS REQUIREMENTS

Certificate required. .11 Contents of certificate. .12 Application for certificate. .12–1 Application for air carrier operating

certificate (FAA rules which apply

to $ 40.12). .13 Issuance of certificate.

Amendment of certificate. .15 Display of certificate. 116 Duration of certificate. .17 Transferability of certificate. 118 Operations specifications required. .18-1 Original Issuance and amendment of

operations specifications (FAA

rules which apply to $ 40.18 (a)). 18-2 Form of application for issuance of

initial or revised Operations Specifications, Aircraft Maintenance (FAA rules which apply to $ 40.18

(a)). 18-3 Form of application for issuance of

initial or revised Operations Specifications, Aircraft Weight and Balance Control (FAA rules

which apply to g 40.18 (a)). 18-4 Policies, procedures and limitations

governing issuance and amendment of Operations Specifications, Aircraft Maintenance (FAA poll

cies which apply to $ 40.18 (a)).

Contents of specifications. 19–1 Content of Operations Specifica

tions, Alrcraft Maintenance (FAA policies which apply to $ 40.19

(e)). .19-2 Content of Operations Specifica

tions, Aircraft Weight and Balance Control (FAA policies which

apply to $ 40.19 (1)). 20 Utilization of operations specifica

tions. Amendment of operations specifica

tions. 22 Inspection authority. 23 Operations and maintenance base

and office. REQUIREMENTS FOR SERVICES AND FACILITIES 30 Route requirements; ' demonstration

of competence. 30-1 Route requirements; demonstration

of competence (FAA policies wbich apply to $ 40.30).

Sec. 40.30–2 Proving flight requirements (FAA

policies which apply to $ 40.30). 40.31 Width of routes. 40.32 IFR routes outside of control areas. 40.33 Airports. 40.33-1 Airports (FAA policies which apply

to $ 40.33). 40.34 Communications facilities. 40.34-1 Communications facilities required

for air route traffic control (FAA policies which apply to $ 40.34

(b)). 40.35 Weather reporting facilities. 40.36 En route navigational facilities. 40.37 Servicing and maintenance facilities. 40.37–1 Servicing and maintenance facili.

ties (FAA policies which apply to

$ 40.37). 40.38 Location of dispatch centers.

MANUAL REQUIREMENTS 40.50 Preparation of manual. 40.51 Contents of manual. 40.51-1 Contents of manual; methods and

procedures for maintaining weight and balance control (FAA policies

which apply to $ 40.61 (a) (19)). 40.51-2 Contents of manual (FAA interpre

tations which apply to $40.51(a)

(8). 40.52 Distribution of manual. 40.53 Airplane Flight Manual.

AIRPLANE REQUIREMENTS 40.60 General. 40.61 Airplane certification requirements. 40.62 Airplane limitation for type of route. 40.63 Proving tests. 40.63-1 Materially altered in design (FAA

interpretations which apply to

§ 40.63 (b) (1)).
AIRPLANE PERFORMANCE OPERATING

LIMITATIONS; TRANSPORT CATEGORY 40.70 Transport category airplane operat

ing limitations. 40.70–1 Deviations (FAA rules which apply

to $ 40.70 (a)). 40.70-2 Accuracy of data (FAA policies

which apply to $ 40.70 (b)). 40.70—3 Temperature accountability (FAA

policies which apply to $40.70

(c)). 40.71 Weight limitations. 40.71-1 Weight limitations (FAA policies

which apply to $ 40.71). 40.72 Take-off limitations to provide for

engine failure. 40.72–1 Take-off limitations to provide for

engine failure (FAA policies which

apply to $ 40.72). 40.73 En route limitations; all engines

operating. 40.74 En route limitations; one engine in

operative. 40.75 En route limitations; two engines

inoperative.

Sec. 40.76 Special en route limitations. 40.76–1 Special en route limitations (FAA

policies which apply to $ 40.76). 40.77 Landing distance limitations; air

port of destination. 40.77–1 Landing distance limitations; air

port of destination (FAA policies

which apply to $ 40.77). 40.78 Landing distance limitations; alter

nate airports. AIRPLANE PERFORMANCE OPERATING LIMITA

TIONS; NONTRANSPORT CATEGORY 40.90 Nontransport category airplane op

erating limitations. 40.90–1 Performance data (FAA rules which

apply to $ 40.90). 40.91 Take-off limitations. 40.91-1 Take-off limitations (FAA rules

which apply to $ 40.91). 40.91-2 Take-off limitations (FAA policies

which apply to § 40.91). 40.92 En route limitations; one engine in

operative. 40.92–1 En route limitations (FAA rules

which apply to $ 40.92). 40.93 Landing distance limitations; air

port of intended destination. 40.93–1 Landing distance limitations (FAA

rules which apply to $ 40.93). 40.93–2 Landing distance limitations; air

port of destination (FAA policies

Sec. 40.136 Fire-extinguishing systems 40.137 Fire-extinguishing agents. 40.138 Extinguishing agent са

pressure relief. 40.139 Extinguishing agent CO

compartment temperatur 40.140 Fire-extinguishing system

rials. 40.141 Fire-detector systems. 40.142 Fire detectors. 40.143 Protection of other airplan

ponents against fire. 40.150 Control of engine rotation. 40.151 Fuel system independence. 40.152 Induction system ice prever 40.153 Carriage of cargo in pa

compartments. INSTRUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT FOR

OPERATIONS 40.170 Aircraft instruments and

ment for all operations. 40.170_1 Approval of aircraft instri

and equipment for all ope (FAA interpretations whi

ply to $ 40.170 (a)). 40.170—2 Determination of operable

tion of radio equipment interpretations which ap

$ 40.170 (c)). 40.170-3 Airspeed limitations and 1

information contained Airplane Flight Manual policies which apply to S

(b). 40.171 Flight and navigational

which apply to $ 40.93). 40.94 Landing distance limitations; alter

nate airports. 40.94-1 Landing distance limitations; alter

nate airports (FAA rules which

apply to $ 40.94). SPECIAL AIRWORTHINESS REQUIREMENTS 40.110 Fire prevention. 40.111 Susceptibility of materials to fire. 40.112 Cabin interiors. 40.113 Internal doors. 40.114 Ventilation. 40.115 Fire precautions. 40.116 Proof of compliance. 40.117 Propeller de-icing fluid. 40.118 Pressure cross-feed arrangements. 40.119 Location of fuel tanks. 40.120 Fuel system lines and fittings. 40.121 Fuel lines and fittings in desig

nated fire zones. 40.122 Fuel valves. 40.123 Oll lines and fittings in designated

fire zones. 40.124 Oil valves. 40.125 Oil system drains. 40.126 Engine breather Une. 40.127 Fire walls. 40.128 Fire-wall construction. 40.129 Cowling. 40.130 Engine accessory section dia.

phragm. 40.131 Powerplant fire protection. 40.132 Flammable fluids. 40.133 Shutoff means. 40.134 Lines and fittings. 40.135 Vent and drain Unes.

ment for all operations. 40.172 Engine instruments for all

tions. 40.172—1 Warning lights for reversibl

pellers (FAA policies

apply to $ 40.172 (1)). 40.173 Emergency equipment for a

erations. 40.173–1 Hand fire extinguishers for

passenger, and cargo con ments (FAA interpret

which apply to $ 40.173 (d 40.174 Seats and safety belts for all

pants. 40.175 Miscellaneous equipment fc

operations. 40.175–1 Power supply and distrit

systems (FAA interpret

which apply to $ 40.175 (c 40.176 Cockpit check procedure. 40.177 Passenger information for al

erations. 40.178 Exterior exit and evacuation i

ings for all operations. INSTRUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT FOR SP1

OPERATIONS 40.200 Instruments and equipmen

operations at night. 40.201 Instruments and equipment

operations under IFR or

the-top.
40.202 Supplemental oxygen.

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1 Supplemental oxygen for crew

members (FAA interpretations

which apply to g 40.202 (b) (1)). 2 Oxygen requirements for stand

by crew members (FAA interpretations which apply to

§ 40.202 (b)). 3 Operating instructions (FAA poli

cies which apply to $ 40.202). 4 Oxygen requirements for jump

seat occupant (FAA policies

which apply to $ 40.202). 5 Oxygen requirements for infants

in-arms (FAA policies which ap

ply to § 40.202 (c)). 6 Oxygen requirements for clinical

purposes (FAA policies which

apply to $ 40.202 (c)). T Supplemental oxygen for suste

nance; turbine-powered air

planes. Supplemental oxygen require

ments for pressurized cabin air

planes. 1 Computation of supply for crew

members in pressurized cabin aircraft (FAA policies which ap

ply to $ 40.203 (a)). 2 Computation of supply for passen

gers in pressurized cabin aircraft (FAA policies which apply to

§ 40.203 (b)). 3 Oxygen requirements for clinical

purposes (FAA policies which

apply to § 40.203 (b)). 4 Oxygen requirements for infants

in-arms (FAA policies which ap

ply to $ 40.203 (b)). T Supplemental oxygen for emer

gency descent and for irst aid; turbine-powered airplanes with

pressurized cabins. Equipment standards. Protective breathing equipment

for the flight crew. 1 Requirement of protective breath

ing equipment in nonpressurized cabin airplanes (FAA rules

which apply to g 40.205 (b)). 2 Protective breathing equipment

and installation (FAA policies

which apply to $ 40.205). Equipment for overwater opera

tions. Equipment for operations in icing

conditions. Flight recorders.

RADIO EQUIPMENT Radio equipment. -1 Independent radio systems (FAA

interpretations which apply to

$ 40.230). Radio equipment for operations

under VFR over routes navigated

by pilotage. Radio equipment for operations

under VFR over routes not navigated by pilotage or for operations under IFR or over-the-top.

MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS Sec. 40.240 Responsibility for maintenance. 40.241 Maintenance and inspection re

quirements. 40.241-1 Persons directly in charge of in

spection, maintenance, Overhaul, or repair of airframes, engines, propellers, or appliances (FAA interpretations which ap

ply to $ 40.241 (b)). 40.242 Maintenance and inspection train.

ing program. 40.248 Maintenance and inspection per

sonnel duty time limitations. AIRMAN AND CREW MEMBER REQUIREMENTS 40.260 Utilization of airman. 40.261 Composition of fight crew. 40.263 Flight engineer. 40.265 Flight attendant. 40.266 Aircraft dispatcher. 40.267 Assignment of emergency evacua

tion functions for each crew member.

TRAINING PROGRAM 40.280 Training requirements. 40.281 Initial pilot ground training. 40.282 Initial pilot flight training. 40.284 Initial fight engineer training. 40.286 Initial crewmember emergency

training. 40.286-1 Initial crewmember emergency

training-synthetic trainers (FAA interpretations which ap

ply to $ 40.286 (b)). 40.288 Initial aircraft dispatcher training. 40.289 Recurrent training. 40.290 Approval of training program. FLIGHT CREW MEMBER AND DISPATCHER

QUALIFICATION 40.300 Qualification requirements. 40.301 Pilot recent experience. 40.302 Pilot checks. 40.302–1 Puot check-proficiency require

ments (FAA rules which apply

to $ 40.302 (b)). 40.302–3 Pilot checks use of synthetic

trainer (FAA policies which ap

ply to $ 40.302 (b) (2) (11)). 40.302-4 Requirements for approved train.

ing course

aircraft simulator (FAA rules which apply to

§ 40.302(b) (3)). 40.303 Pllot route and airport qualifica

tion requirements. 40.303–1 Pilot route and airport qualifica

tion requirements (FAA interpretations which apply to

$ 40.303). 40.304 Maintenance and reestablishment

of pilot route and airport quali

fications for particular trips. 40.305 Proficiency check; second in com

mand. 40.307 Flight engineer qualication for

duty.

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