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Large Charter Security
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- Subject: Re: CAA: Mutual Help List, Large Charter Security
- From: RStein@xxxxxxxx
- Date: Mon, 1 Jul 2002 16:12:37 -0600
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I took time for a quick read through the rules. On the surface, it doesn't
seem to have any requirements from airports. The biggest items seems for
aircraft operators are background checks of crews, and operator security
plans similar to airport security plans.
Did anyone else see anything that may become a problem for airports?
Richard M. Stein, A.A.E.
Four Corners Regional Airport
800 Municipal Drive
Farmington, NM 87401-2663
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Help List, Large Charter
06/25/02 10:58 AM
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Leave no stone unturned ! TSA has now mandated a "Private Large Charter
Aircraft Security Rule" without the use of NPRM. I can see the purpose
and justification for no NPRM, however, as is all security
mandate/regulation, it is burdensome, time consuming, and costly. Albeit
in this case it is our Charter and FBO's that bare the brunt/owness.
How are some of the smaller GA airports (and their Charter Operators/FBO's)
preparing to deal with this involved issue, have discussions been
implemented ? Seems TSA will now require GA airports to provide the same
facilities, process, requirements and procedures as seen at all Part 139
Could it be that at GA airports with these type of operations our FBO's
will now become "independent security enclaves" ? As opposed to the the
typical arrangement we see at Commercial Service airports with the use of a
designated passenger terminal for enplanements/deplanements, screening
etc,. Should some airports plan on creating/designating a shared area for
use by all Large Charter Operators to spread/share the cost ? CFR 49 1540
& 1544 also specifies the requirement for a sterile area and screening
equipment. Then in the OMB's economic analysis they express that the cost
will not be burdensome ? Is this actually the case ?
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