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CHAPTER IKCIVIL AERONAUTICS BOARD
(Parts 200 to 1199)
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SUBCHAPTER A-ECONOMIC REGULATIONS Part 200 Definitions and instructions 201 Applications for certificates of public convenience and necessity 202 Certificates authorizing scheduled route service: Terms, conditions,
and limitations 205 Inauguration and temporary suspension of scheduled route service
authorized by certificates of public convenience and necessity 206 Certificates of public convenience and necessity: special authoriza
tions : 207
Charter trips and special services 208 Terms, conditions and limitations of certificates to engage in supple
mental air transportation 211 Applications for permits to foreign air carriers 212 Charter trips by foreign air carriers 213 Terms, conditions and limitations of foreign air carrier permits 214 Terms, conditions and limitations of foreign air carrier permits
authorizing charter transportation only 215 Names of air carriers and foreign air carriers 216 Commingling of blind sector traffic by foreign air carriers 217 Reporting data pertaining to civil aircraft charters performed by for
eign air carriers 218 Lease by foreign air carrier or other foreign person of aircraft with
crew 221 Construction, publication, filing and posting of tariffs of air carriers
and foreign air carriers 221a Fare summaries 222 Air cargo pickup and delivery zones; filing of tariffs; application for
authority to file 223 Free and reduced-rate transportation 225
Trade agreements 228 Embargoes on property
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187 188 195 199
Part 229 231 232 234
240 241 242 243
208 213 215 346
352 378 382 383 383 384
tain air carriers and foreign route air carriers
and international air freight forwarders; filing of reports by for
eign air freight forwarders and cooperative shippers associations
erated by certificated air carriers
tion 412 of the Federal Aviation Act of 1958
tract agreements with certificated air carriers
air freight forwarders, and cooperative shippers associations
the Federal Aviation Act
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SUBCHAPTER B-PROCEDURAL REGULATIONS Part 300 Rules of conduct in Board proceedings 302 Rules of practice in economic proceedings 305 Rules of practice in informal nonpublic investigations by the Bureau
of Enforcement 310 Inspection and copying of board opinions, orders, and records 310a Access to systems of records—regulations and exemptions implement
ing the Privacy Act of 1974 311 Classification and declassification of national security information
and material 312 Implementation of the National Environmental Policy Act, including the preparation of environmental impact statements
SUBCHAPTER C (RESERVED]
SUBCHAPTER D-SPECIAL REGULATIONS 370 Employee responsibilities and conduct 371 Advance booking charters 372 Overseas military personnel charters 372a Travel group charters 373 Study group charters, by direct air carriers and study group
charterers 374 Implementation of the Consumer Credit Protection Act with respect
to air carriers and foreign air carriers 374a Regulations pursuant to section 401 of the Federal Election Cam
paign Act of 1971 with respect to extension of credit by air carriers
to political candidates 375 Navigation of foreign civil aircraft within the United States 376 Amendment of flight patterns of helicopter operators 377 Continuance of expired authorizations by operation of law pending
final determination of applications for renewal thereof 378 Inclusive tour charters 378a One-stop-inclusive tour charter 379 Nondiscrimination in Federally assisted programs of the Board-ef
fectuation of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 ·
566 574 592 598
628 632 640
642 644 653
Statement of organization, delegation of authority, and availability
of records and information
399 Statements of general policy
706 Note: For nomenclature changes made to Chapter II, see 37 F.R. 18909, Sept. 16, 1972.
SUBCHAPTER A-ECONOMIC REGULATIONS
PART 200 DEFINITIONS AND 8 200.7 Instructions.
The regulations of the Board may be Boo.
ated by section numbers. For example, 200.1 Bourde
this regulation may be cited as $ 200.7 of 200.2 Aot.
the “Economic Regulations." The sec200.3 Bootion,
tions contained in the Rules of Practice 200.4 Rulo, regulation, and order. 200.3 Other terms.
under title IV and sections 1022 (d) to 200.6 Terms dofined by actes
(1) of the act, may also be cted by ap200.7 Instructions
propriate rule numbers. For example, 200.8 Supplomontal atr carrior.
Section 10 may be cited as "rule 10 of the AUTHORITY: The provisdons of this part 200
Rules of Practice." In each case in Issued under 100. 204, 72 Stat. 748, as which & rule, regulation, order, or other amended; 49 0.8.0. 1824, unless otherwiso document of the Board refers to a regunoted.
lation or a rule of practice of the Board SOURCE: The provisions of this part 200 by means of the numbering system used contained in HR-146, 14 FR. 8624, Juno 29, prior to the adoption of section num1949, unless otherwise noted.
bers, such reference shall be deemed to 8 200.1 Board.
relate to the appropriate new section
number of this subchapter. The term “Board" means the Civil Aeronautics Board.
8 200.8 Supplemental air carrier. 8 200.2 Act.
Unless the context otherwise requires, The term "Act" means the Federal
the term "supplemental air carrier" as Aviation Act of 1958. All orders, cer
used in existing or future regulations
and orders of the Board includes perhiicates, rules, regulations, notices, and other documents issued by the Board or
sons holding operating authority conunder its authority and referring to the
ferred upon them by section 8(a) of Federal Aviation Act of 1958, or to cer
Pub. L. 87–528 of July 10, 1962; persons tain provisions thereot, shall be deemed holding operating authority conferred to refer also to the Civil Aeronautics Act upon them by the Board pursuant to of 1938, as amended, or to the corre- section 7 (a), (b), or (c) of said Pub. sponding provisions thereof, to the ex
L. 87–528; and persons holding certiftent the latter Act, or corresponding pro- cate authority conferred upon them by visdons thereof, may be applicable.
the Board pursuant to section 401(d) (3) (HR-248, 24 FR. 417, Jan, 17, 1969]
of the Federal Aviation Act of 1958, as 8 200.3 Section.
amended. These persons shall also be The term "section" refers to & section
deemed included in the term "air carof the act or a section of the regulations
rler" where that term, in the context, in this chapter, as indicated by the includes supplemental air carriers. context.
(Secs. 401, 403, 404, 407, 408, 409, 411, 412,
413, 414, 416, 416, 417, 1002(1), 72 Stat. 754, 8 200. Rule, regulation, and order.
768, 760, 766, 767, 768, 769, 770, 771, 788; The terms "rule”, “regulation", and secs. 7 and 8, 76 Stat. 146, 147; 49 0.8.0. 1871, "order" refer to the rules, regulations, 1373, 1374, 1977, 1978, 1379, 1981, 1982, 1983, and orders prescribed by the Board pur- 1384, 1886, 1987, 1482) (ER 389, 37 PR. suant to the act.
7988, Aug. 10, 1962) $ 200.5 Other terms.
PART 201-APPLICATIONS FOR CERThe terms "this section", "pursuant to
TIFICATES OF PUBLIC CONVENthis section", "in accordance with the provisions of this section", and words of
IENCE AND NECESSITY similar import when used in this chapter Soo. refer to the section of this subchapter in 201.1 Formal requirements. which such terms appear.
201.8 Incorporation by reference. $ 200.6 Terms defined by act.
201.4 General provisions concerning OnUnless otherwise specifically stated,
tents. other words and phrases have the mean- 201.5 Operations other than between diod mg defined in tho act.
AUTHORITY: The provisions of this part 201 expressions of opinions, except such as issued under secs. 204, 401, 72 Stat. 748, 764;
may be required by this part. 49 U.S.C. 1324, 1371, unless otherwise noted.
(b) Requests for authority to engage SOURCE: The provisions of this part 201 in interstate air transportation shall not contained in R-146. 14 PR. 3524, Juno 29, be included in the same application with 1949, unless otherwise noted.
requests for authority to engage in for& 201.1 Formal requirements.
eign or overseas air transportation. Sim.
ilarly, requests for authority to engago Applications for certificates of pub
in scheduled air transportation shall not lic convenience and necessity, or amend
be included in the same application with ments thereof, shall meet the require
requests for authority to engage in nonments set forth in Part 302 of this chap
scheduled air transportation. ter as to execution, number of copies, service, and formal specifications of pa
(c) Each application shall give full
and adequate information with respect pers. All pages of an application shall be
to each of the items set forth in this consecutively numbered, and the appli
paragraph. In addition, the application cation shall clearly describe and iden
may contain such other information and tify each exhibit by a separate number
data as the applicant shall deem necesor symbol. All exhibits shall be deemed
sary or appropriate in order to acquaint to constitute a part of the application to
the Board fully with the particular airwhich they are attached.
cunstances of its case. Among other NOTE: Special requirements for application things, every such application shall confor extension of a fixed-term route author
tain the following information: ization granted by exemption pending dis
(1) The full name and address of the position of an application for a certificato incorporating such authorization, are bet
applicant, the nature of its organization forth in % 802.909 of this chapter (Procedural
(individual, partnership, corporation, Rogulations). Soo also $ 377.10(c) of this
etc.) and the name of the State under chapter (Special Regulations).
the laws, of which it is organized. (Secs. 416(b), 72 Stat. 771; 49 U.S.C. 1886; (2) A statement that the applicant is BOC. 9(b). 60 Stat. 242; 6 U.S.C. 1008) (ER- a citizen of the United States as defined 878, 28 P.R. 8688, Apr. 12, 1963; ER-650, 83 by section 101(13) of the Act. It is not FR. 18484, Dec. 12, 1968)
required that the application shall con8 201.2 Amendments
tain all the evidence which the applicant
is prepared to present at the hearing or I, after receipt of any application, the
otherwise in support of such statement, Board shall request the applicant to sup
but the application shall at least indicate ply it with additional information, such
the nature and result of its investigations information shall be furnished in the
in that matter and the character of the form of an amendment to the original
evidence it will be prepared to present application. All amendments to applica
in support of citizenship. tions shall be consecutively numbered
(3) An adequate identification of each and shall co with the requirements
route for which a certificate is desired, of this part as to form, number of copies,
specifying the type or types of service and other essential respects.
(mail, passengers, and property) to be (ER-560, 83 PR. 18494, Dec. 12, 1968)
rendered on each such route, and whether 8 201.3 Incorporation by reference.
or not such services are to be rendered In general it is desirable that incor
on scheduled operations. The identifice
tion of each route shall name every terporation by reference shall be avoided. However, where two or more applications
minal and intermediate point to be in
cluded in the certificate for which are filed by a single carrier, lengthy exhibits or other documents attached to
application is made.
(4) A map (which may be attached as one may be incorporated in the others
an exhibit) drawn approximately to scale by reference if that procedure will sub
showing all terminal and intermediate stantially reduce the cost to the appli
points to be served, giving the approxicant.
mate mileages between all adjacent 8 201.4 General provisions concerning points, and the principal over-all discontents.
tances. (a) The statements contained in an (5) A statement as to the type of airapplication shall be restricted to sig- craft applicant proposes to use in the nificant and relevant facts. They shall new service and whether such aircraft is be free from argumentation or from presently owned by the applicant.