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Civil Aeronautics Board Continued

Dispatching rules, for scheduled air carriers. See Scheduled air carriers.
Economic proceedings. See Procedural regulations.
Economic regulations, for air carriers, 14 Parts 200—298
Accounts, records and memoranda:

Keeping of, 14 § 241.02

Preservation of, 14 Part 249
Accounts, uniform system of, for certificated air carriers, 14 Part 241
Certificates of public convenience and necessity:

Applications for, 14 Part 201
Foreign air transportation, 14 Part 203
Interstate and overseas air transportation, 14 Part 202
Temporary interruption of service or change of route, 14 $ 206.1

Temporary suspension of service authorized by certificates, 14 Part 205
Charter trips and special services, 14 Part 207
Classification and exemption of certain air carriers:

Air taxi operators, 14 Part 298
Alaskan air carriers, 14 Part 292
Cargo carriers, noncertificated, 14 Part 295
Freight forwarders, 14 Part 296

International air freight forwarders, 14 Part 297
Irregular air carriers:
Large irregular air carriers, 14 Part 291
Statement of policy regarding the role of large irregular car-

rier, 14 § 291.51
Operations pursuant to exemption authority, 14 Part 290
Military Establishment, operations for, 14 Part 294

Omission of stop at route junction points because of weather, 14 § 293.1
Definitions and instructions, 14 Part 200
Foreign air carriers; permits, 14 Part 211
Foreign air transportation:
Agreements between air carriers and foreign countries; copies, filing,

etc., 14 Part 262
Certificates of public convenience and necessity, 14 Parts 202, 203
Inspection of accounts and property, 14 Part 240
Mail, transportation of:

Postal employees, free travel for, 14 Part 233
Postmaster General, review of orders of, 14 Part 232

Schedules for transportation of mail, 14 Part 231
Records:

Keeping of accounts, records and memoranda, 14 § 241.02
Mileage records, direct airport-to-airport, 14 § 247.1

Preservation of, 14 Part 249
Reports, of air carriers:
Audit report of public accountant, submission of special report con-

taining, 14 Part 248
Defense contract operations, accounting and reporting requirements,

14 $$ 241.04, 241.8–1–241.8–16
Financial and statistical reports, etc., of various types of carriers:

Air freight forwarders, 14 Part 244
Air taxi operators, 14 Part 242
Alaskan air carriers, 14 Part 243
Cargo carriers, noncertificated, 14 Part 242
Certificated air carriers, 14 § 241.01

Irregular air carriers, 14 Part 242
Stock ownership and other interests, reports of, 14 Part 245

Affiliates of air carriers, reports of stock ownership, 14 Part 246
Tariffs of air carriers :

Filing and posting, 14 Part 221
Free and reduced rate transportation, tariffs respecting:

Access to aircraft for safety purposes, 14 Part 224
Passes, etc., for directors, officers, employees and certain other per-

sons, 14 Part 223
Preparation of; form, contents, rates, routes, etc., 14 Part 221
Trade agreements, 14 Part 225

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Emergency flights, deviations, etc., by nonscheduled air carriers, 14 $ $ 42.51 (d),

42.93—42.94-1 Engineer, flight:

Certificates; requirements and rules, 14 Part 35
Operations outside continental limits of United States, 14 $$ 41.73–41.77

Qualification for duty, 14 $ 40.307
Engines; aircraft equipment airworthiness, 14 Part 13
Equipment of aircraft (engines, propellers, radio equipment, etc.):

Airworthiness requirements. See Airworthiness.
General operation rules respecting, 14 $ $ 43.30-43.31
In air carriers. See Irregular air carriers; and Scheduled air carriers.

Maintenance, repair, etc. See Maintenance, repair, and alteration.
Exemptions of air carriers. See Classification and exemption.
Expenses, post-capitalization and amortization of, 14 $ 399.23
Explosives and other dangerous articles (flammable liquids and solids, gases,

acids, etc.); transportation of:
By cargo or passenger-carrying civil aircraft, 14 Part 49

Applicability, 14 § 49.0
Cargo aircraft, articles which may be carried in, 14 § 49.41
Definitions; explosives, dangerous articles, etc., 14 § 49.1
Exempted articles; aircraft equipment, radioactive materials, etc., 14

$$ 49.61-49.81
Loading and handling requirements, 14 $$ 49.51-49.55
Packing, marking, and labeling requirements, 14 § 49.3
Passenger-carrying aircraft, acceptable explosives and other dangerous

articles on, 14 $ $ 49.10–49.18
Prohibited articles, 14 § 49.81

Lists of prohibited items, 14 Part 49, Appendixes A and B
General operation rules, 14 § 43.50
Fares. See Rates, fares, and charges.
Financial and statistical reports of various types of air carriers. See Reports.
Fire prevention and control, in aircraft:

Airworthiness requirements, for airplanes. See Airworthiness.
Scheduled or nonscheduled air carriers; requirements respecting equipment,

etc., 14 $$ 40.110–40.143, 40.173–1, 41.20 (e), 42.21, 42.21-2
First-aid equipment, for air carriers, 14 $ $ 40.173 (c), 41.23b, 42.24–42.24a
Flight instructor rating, for pilots, 14 $ $ 20.41—20.41-7
Flight operation rules:

For nonscheduled air carriers. See Irregular air carriers.
For scheduled air carriers; interstate operations or operations outside con-

tinental limits of United States. See Scheduled air carriers.
Flight rules; instrument flight rules, visual flight rules. See Air traffic rules.
Flying schools; airman agency certificates, 14 Part 50
Foreign air transportation, by domestic air carriers:
Agreements between air carriers and foreign countries; copies, filing, etc.,

14 Part 262
Alaskan air carriers, 14 $ 292.4
Certificates of public convenience and necessity for, 14 Parts 202, 203

Foreign countries, negotiation by air carriers for landing right in, 14 8 399.20 Foreign aircraft within United States:

Accidents involving, investigation of, 14 $ 399.26
Airworthiness certificate from country of origin, 14 $$ 44.3, 190.20
Authorization of navigation of foreign civil aircraft; general rules, unau-

thorized operations, etc., 14 Part 190
Operation of foreign air carriers within United States, regulations respect-

ing, 14 Part 44 Air traffic rules and procedures; applicability of rules prescribed for

domestic air carriers, 14 § 44.6
Aircraft airworthiness; certificate from country of origin, 14 § 44.3
Control of traffic; ground personnel speaking both English and foreign

language to be furnished, 14 § 44.7
Definitions, 14 § 44.1
Flight crew certificates, 14 § 44.5

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Foreign aircraft within United States Continued
Operation of foreign air carriers within United States—Continued
Operations specifications, issued by Administrator of Civil Aeronautics,

14 $$ 44.2, 44.2-1
Radio equipment, 14 § 44.4
Permits, foreign air carrier:

Applications for, 14 Part 211
Issuance of, for Canadian transborder operaions in small aircraft, 14

§ 399.17

Standard provisions in, 14 § 399.21 Foreign airmen:

Certificates required, 14 $$ 44.5, 190.21

Pilots; limited pilot certificate for, 14 $$ 20.12–20.12-6
Free and reduced rate transportation:

Alaskan air carriers, 14 § 292.4
Postal employees, free travel for, 14 Part 233

Tariffs of air carriers respecting, 14 Parts 223, 224
Freight forwarding, air:

See also Cargo carriers.
Classification and exemption, 14 Part 296

International air freight forwarders, 14 Part 297
Preservation of accounts, records and memoranda, 14 $ $ 249.5, 249.6

Reports, filing of, by, 14 Part 244
Fuel supply; requirements for 14 $ $ 40.396, 40.397, 43.51
Gliders:

Air traffic rules, 14 § 60.60

Airworthiness requirements, 14 Part 5 Ground instructor rating certificate; requirements and rules, 14 Part 51 Ground schools; airman agency certificates, 14 Part 50 Hearings, in air safety proceedings or economic proceedings. See Procedural

regulations. Helicopters. See Rotorcraft. High seas, operation over; air traffic rules, 14 $ 60.1a Identification and marking of aircraft and related products, 14 Part 1 Import aircraft and related products; type and airworthiness certificates, and

other approvals, 14 Part 10 Information:

Accident investigation information, disclosure of, 14 Part 311
Information contained in oral testimony or in papers filed in proceedings;

objection to public disclosure, 14 $ 302.39
Inspection of acounts and property of air carriers, 14 Part 240
Instrument flight rules (IFR); air traffic rules, 14 $$ 60.40—60.49–1
Instruments, airplane:
For nonscheduled and scheduled air carriers. See Irregular air carriers;

and Scheduled air carriers. Required instruments for contact or instrument operations, 14 $$ 43.30-43.31 Interlocking relationships, of officers and directors of air carriers, 14 Part 251

Alaskan air carriers, 14 § 292.4 International air freight forwarders. See Freight forwarders. International Civil Aviation, Convention on, Annex 2 (Rules of the Air); com

pliance with, by aircraft over high seas, 14 $ 60.1a Interstate air carriers certification and operation rules. See Scheduled air

carriers. Interstate air transportation; certificates of public convenience and necessity

for, 14 Part 202 Irregular air carriers:

Classification and exemption, 14 Parts 290, 291
Commercial operator certificates for; certification and operation rules, 14

Part 45
General operation rules. See Operation rules, for various types of aircraft.
Irregular air carrier and off-route rules, 14 Part 42
Aircraft requirements; fire prevention, performance, IFR and over-

water operations, etc., 14 $ $ 42.11–42.16-1
Certificate rules; issuance, duration, etc., 14 $$ 42.5—42.9–1

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Irregular air carriers—Continued
Irregular air carrier and off-route rules, 14 Part 42_Continued

Charter flights or other special services, 14 § 42.0-1
Equipment, 14 $$ 42.21–42.29-2

Basic required instruments and equipment, 14 $ $ 42.21–42.23–3
Cockpit check list, 14 $$ 42.25—42.25-2
Emergency and safety equipment, 14 $ $ 42.24–42.240

Oxygen and protective breathing equipment, 14 $ $ 42.26—42.29–2
Flight crew requirements; qualifications, experience, flight time, etc.,

14 $$ 42.40-42.49 Flight operation rules; pilot responsibilities, fuel supply, weather mini

mums, flight plan, etc., 14 $$ 42.51-42.63 General provisions; applicability, definitions, etc., 14 $$ 42.0—42.1-2 Maintenance requirements; inspections, facilities, manual, etc., 14

$$ 42.30—42.32–7 Operating limitations, for large passenger-carrying airplanes; weight,

take-off, landing, etc., 14 $$ 42.70–42.83 Records and reports, required; airmen, maintenance, flight, etc.,

14 $ $ 42.91-42.97 Reports of, 14 Part 242 Kites, large, operation of, 14 Part 48 Life preservers, etc.; safety equipment for air carriers, 14 $ $ 40.206, 41.23 (c),

42.24b Lighter-than-air craft (airships and balloons):

See also Balloons.

Air traffic rules applicable to, 14 $ 60.60 Lighter-than-air pilot certificates; requirements and rules, 14 Part 22 Lights, aircraft; general flight rules, 14 $$ 60.23-60.23-2 Limited category (former military surplus) aircraft; airworthiness require

ments, 14 Part 9 Local-service carriers:

Certificates to indicate nature of operations, 14 § 399.16

Procedures for permanent certification, 14 § 399.27
Mail, transportation of:

Alaskan air carriers, 14 § 292.4
Postal employees, free travel for, 14 Part 233
Postmaster General, review of orders of, 14 Part 232
Rates:

Petition for determination of, 14 Part 234
Rules of practice for mail rate proceedings, 14 SS 302.300_302.321

Temporary rates involving subsidy, 14 § 399.13
Schedules for transportation of mail, 14 Part 231
Maintenance, repair, and alteration of airframes, powerplants, propellers, and

appliances, 14 Part 18
Aircraft operating limitations, amendments to, 14 $ $ 18.13, 18.13-1
Applicability, 14 § 18.0
Definitions, 14 $$ 18.1-18.1-6
Figures and diagrams, for repairs, etc., 14 Part 18, Appendix C
Flight tests, 14 $ $ 18.12–18.12–2
Forms, 14 Part 18, Appendix A
Materials (wood, metal, textile, etc.); tables, 14 Part 18, Appendix B
Performance rules; standard of performance, 14 $$ 18.30-18.30-21
Persons authorized to perform or approve maintenance, repairs, and altera-

tions, 14 $8 18.10-18.11-2
Records, maintenance, repair, and alteration, 14 $$ 18.20–18.23
Marking and identification of aircraft and related products, 14 Part 1
Mechanic and repairman certificates; requirements and rules, 14 Part 24
Mechanic school certificates; requirements and rules, 14 Part 53
Mileage records, direct airport-to-airport, 14 $ 247.1
Military Establishment, carriers conducting certain operations for; classifica-

tion and exemption, 14 Part 294 Military surplus aircraft, former; airworthiness requirements for limited cate

gory aircraft, 14 Part 9

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Missing aircraft. See Accidents and missing aircraft.
Navigator, flight:

Certificates; requirements and rules, 14 Part 34

Operations outside continental limits of United States, 14 S$ 41.80–41.82
Noncertificated cargo carriers. See Cargo carriers.
Nonscheduled air carriers. See Irregular air carriers.
Normal category airplanes; airworthiness requirements. See Airworthiness.
Off-route rules for air carriers. See Irregular air carriers.
Officers and directors of air carriers:

Alaskan air carriers, 14 $ 292.4
Interlocking relationships, 14 Part 251

Reports of ownership of stock and other interests, 14 Parts 245, 246
Omission of stop at route junction points, because of weather, 14 § 293.1

Alaskan air carriers, 14 § 292.4 Operating agreements, filing of. See Agreements and contracts. Operating certificates, for aircraft and air carriers. See Certificates and

ratings. Operation rules, for various types of aircraft: See also Balloons; Commercial operators; Foreign aircraft; Irregular air

carriers; and Scheduled air carriers.
Air traffic rules; flight rules, etc. See Air traffic rules.
General operation rules, 14 Part 43
Aircraft instruments and equipment required for contact or instrument

operations, 14 SS 43.30--43.31

Accuracy of electronic navigation equipment, check of, 14 § 43.31 Aircraft requirements; certificates, identification, and operating limita

tions, 14 $ $ 43.10, 43.10-1 Definitions; pilot, passenger, flight instructor, routine maintenance,

etc., 14 $ 43.70 Explosives, etc., transportation of, 14 § 43.50 Maintenance; flight tests, inspections, and aircraft and engine records,

14 88 43.20—43.24–2
Pilots:

Definitions, 14 § 43.70
General piloting rules, 14 $$ 43.40–43.51

Explosives, etc., transportation of, 14 § 43.50
Fuel supply, 14 § 43.51
Parachutes, 14 § 43.49
Pilots; general rules respecting health, logbooks, use of liquor,

etc., 14 $ $ 43.40–43.45
Towing, dropping objects, acrobatic flights, etc., 14 $$ 43.46—

43.48-1
Private and commercial pilot privileges and limitations, 14 $ $ 43.60–

43.68
Student pilot limitations, 14 $$ 43.52–43.56

Scope, 14 § 43.1
Overdue aircraft. See Accidents and missing aircraft.
Overseas air transportation:

See also Foreign air transportation; and Foreign aircraft.
Aircraft over high seas, compliance with International Civil Aviation

Convention, Annex 2, 14 $ 60.1a
Parachute loft certificates and ratings; requirements and rules, 14 Part 54
Parachute rigger certificates; requirements and rules, 14 Part 25
Parachutes; general requirements, 14 $ 43.49
Passenger operation rules, for scheduled air carriers. See Scheduled air

carriers. Passes, etc., for directors, officers, employees and certain other persons, 14 Parts

223, 233 Permits for foreign air carriers. See Foreign aircraft. Petitions, in air safety proceedings or economic proceedings. See Procedural

regulations. Physical standards for airmen, first, second, and third class, 14 Part 29

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