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standards for transport category Alterations,’’ which we published on notice, the public may view those
airplanes related to damage tolerance April 21, 2006.2 Each petitioner recommendations on the FAA’s Web
inspections for repairs. In addition, this requested a 60-day extension, except site at http://www.faa.gov/
action announces that at a future date, Boeing Commercial Airplanes asked for regulations_policies/rulemaking/
the FAA may revise the current a 90-day extension. Many of the committees/arac/issue_areas/tae/aa/.
proposed AC 120–XX to add guidance petitioners said the proposed AC and its We expect to receive the ARAC
for damage tolerance inspections for related proposed rule, as well as other recommendations in July 2006.
alterations. Aging Aircraft proposals and guidance Issued in Washington, DC, June 29, 2006.
DATES: Comments must be received by
material, present complex issues that
John M. Allen,
September 18, 2006. would take time to review together.
We appreciate the petitioners’ Acting Director, Flight Standards Service,
ADDRESSES: Send all comments on this Aviation Safety.
substantive interest in the proposed AC
proposed AC to: Federal Aviation and believe that granting additional Dorenda D. Baker,
Administration, Attention: Greg time to review the document will allow Acting Director, Aircraft Certification Service,
Schneider, Airframe/Cabin Safety them to thoroughly assess the impact of Aviation Safety.
Branch, ANM–115, FAA, Transport this AC and provide meaningful [FR Doc. E6–10599 Filed 7–6–06; 8:45 am]
Airplane Directorate, Aircraft comments. Therefore, we will reopen BILLING CODE 4910–13–P
Certification Service, 1601 Lind the comment period until September 18,
Avenue, SW., Renton, WA 98055–4056. 2006. This date corresponds to the
Comments may be inspected at the comment period extension date, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
above address between 7:30 a.m. and 4 approved in a separate Federal Register
p.m. weekdays, except Federal holidays. notice, for the associated proposed rule, Federal Aviation Administration
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: ‘‘Damage Tolerance Data for Repairs and Proposed Advisory Circular 120–YY,
Kenna Sinclair, Transport Standards Alterations.’’ The extension of comment Widespread Fatigue Damage on
Staff, at the address above, telephone period notice for the proposed rule will Metallic Structure
(425) 227–1556. be published concurrently with today’s
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: notice. We believe that extending the AGENCY: Federal Aviation
comment period for the proposed AC to Administration (FAA), DOT.
Comments Invited
September 18, 2006 to coincide with ACTION: Notice of availability of
Interested persons are invited to that of the proposed rule will allow the proposed Advisory Circular (AC) 120–
comment on the proposed AC by petitioners enough time to do a YY; extension of comment period.
sending such written data, views, or complete review of both the AC and its
arguments, as they may desire. associated proposed rule. SUMMARY: This action extends the
Commenters should identify AC 120– comment period stated in the Notice of
XX and send comments, in duplicate, to Reopening of Comment Period Availability of proposed Advisory
the address specified above. All For the reasons provided in this Circular (AC) 120–YY, ‘‘Widespread
communications received on or before notice, the FAA believes that good cause Fatigue Damage on Metallic Structure,’’
the closing date for comments will be exists for reopening the comment period that was published on May 22, 2006. In
considered by the Transport Standards for proposed AC 120–XX until that document, the FAA announced the
Staff before issuing the final AC. The September 18, 2006. Absent unusual availability of and request for comments
proposed AC can be found and circumstances, the FAA does not on proposed revisions to an AC which
downloaded from the Internet at http:// anticipate any further extension of the provides guidance to design approval
www.faa.gov/aircraft/draft_docs. A comment period for that proposed AC. holders for certain transport category
paper copy of the proposed AC may be airplanes related to repairs and
New Aviation Rulemaking Advisory
obtained by contacting the person alterations to preclude widespread
Committee (ARAC) Recommendations
named above under the caption FOR fatigue damage.
FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT. Recently the ARAC informed us that DATES: Comments must be received by
they will shortly complete the September 18, 2006.
Background development of new recommendations
ADDRESSES: Send all comments on this
On April 21, 2006, the Federal on damage tolerance for alterations. The
Aviation Administration (FAA) issued a current version of proposed AC 120–XX proposed AC to: Walter Sippel,
Notice of Availability of proposed only addresses damage tolerance Airframe/Cabin Safety Branch, ANM–
Advisory Circular (AC) 120–XX, inspections for repairs. Since the new 115, FAA, Transport Airplane
‘‘Damage Tolerance Inspections for ARAC recommendations may help Directorate, Aircraft Certification
Repairs.’’ 1 Comments to that document industry comply with the portion of the Service, 1601 Lind Avenue, SW.,
were to be received by June 20, 2006. ‘‘Damage Tolerance Data for Repairs and Renton, WA 98055–4056. Comments
By letters dated May 26 and 30, and Alterations’’ proposal that relates to may be inspected at the above address
June 6, 9, and 12, the Air Transport alterations, we intend to consider between 7:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. weekdays,
Association of America, Inc. (ATA), including them in a possible future except Federal holidays.
Airbus, the Cargo Airline Association revision of proposed AC 120–XX. If the FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
(CAA), Boeing Commercial Airplanes, current proposed AC is revised to Madeleine Kolb, Standardization
and National Air Carrier Association, include the new recommendations, we Branch, ANM–113, at the address above,
Inc. (NACA), respectively, asked the telephone (425) 227–1134.
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will make it available for public


FAA to extend the comment period for comment. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:
the proposed AC. This AC supports the Although the ARAC
proposed rule entitled ‘‘Damage recommendations will not be open to Comments Invited
Tolerance Data for Repairs and public comment as part of today’s Interested persons are invited to
comment on the proposed AC by
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arguments, as they may desire. anticipate any further extension of the Tent Road. This property is currently
Commenters should identify AC 120– comment period for this proposed AC. shown on the approved Airport Layout
YY and send comments in duplicate to Issued in Washington, DC, June 29, 2006. Plan as aeronautical use land; however
the address specified above. All John M. Allen,
the property is currently not being used
communications received on or before for aeronautical purposes and the
Acting Director, Flight Standards Service,
the closing date for comments will be Aviation Safety.
proposed use of this property is
considered before the final AC is issued. compatible with airport operations. The
Dorenda D. Baker,
The proposed AC can be found and City will ultimately sell the property for
downloaded from the Internet at the AIR Acting Director, Aircraft Certification Service, future industrial use with proceeds of
Aviation Safety.
Web site, http://www.faa.gov/aircraft/ the sale providing funding for future
draft_docs. A paper copy of the [FR Doc. E6–10600 Filed 7–6–06; 8:45 am] airport development.
proposed AC may be obtained by BILLING CODE 4910–13–P Any person may inspect the request
contacting the person named above in person at the FAA office listed above
under the caption FOR FURTHER under FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION CONTACT. In addition, any person may,
INFORMATION CONTACT.
Federal Aviation Administration upon request, inspect the request, notice
Background
and other documents germane to the
On May 12, 2006, the Federal [Docket No. 4910–13–M] request in person at the Concord
Aviation Administration (FAA) posted Regional Airport.
proposed AC 120–YY on the AIR Web Notice of Opportunity for Public
Comment on Grant Acquired Property Issued in Atlanta, Georgia on June 29,
site and requested comments. On May 2006.
22, 2006, we published a ‘‘Notice of Release at Concord Regional Airport,
Concord, NC Scott L. Seritt,
Availability of Proposed Advisory Manager, Atlanta Airports District Office,
Circular (AC) 120–YY, and request for AGENCY: Federal Aviation Southern Region.
comments,’’ in the Federal Register (71 Administration (FAA), DOT. [FR Doc. 06–6056 Filed 7–6–06; 8:45 am]
FR 29377). This AC provides guidance
ACTION: Notice. BILLING CODE 4910–13–M
on compliance with the proposed rule
entitled ‘‘Widespread Fatigue Damage,’’ SUMMARY: Under the provisions of Title
which was published on April 18, 2006, 49, U.S.C. Section 47153(c), notice is DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
(71 FR 19928). Comments on proposed being given that the FAA is considering
AC 120–YY were to be received by July a request from the City of Concord to Federal Highway Administration
17, 2006. waive the requirement that [Docket No. FHWA–2006–25264]
Five petitioners, the Air Transport approximately 7.30 acres of airport
Association of America, Inc. (ATA), property, located at the Concord Agency Information Collection
Airbus, the Cargo Airline Association Regional Airport, be used for Activities: Request for Comments for
(CAA), Boeing Commercial Airplanes, aeronautical purposes. New Information Collection
and National Air Carrier Association, DATES: Comments must be received on
Inc. (NACA), have asked the FAA to AGENCY: Federal Highway
or before August 7, 2006.
extend the comment period for the Administration (FHWA), DOT.
ADDRESSES: Comments on this notice
proposed AC. Each petitioner requested ACTION: Notice and request for
may be mailed or delivered in triplicate
a 90-day extension to provide enough comments.
to the FAA at the following address:
time to evaluate the proposed AC and
Atlanta Airports District Office, Attn: SUMMARY: The FHWA has forwarded the
related rulemaking and prepare
Rusty Nealis, Program Manager, 1701 information collection request described
comments to send to the FAA.
Columbia Ave., Suite 2–260, Atlanta, in this notice to the Office of
The FAA concurs with the GA 30337–2747.
petitioners’ requests for an extension of Management and Budget (OMB) for
In addition, one copy of any approval of a new information
the comment period on proposed AC comments submitted to the FAA must
120–YY, but we believe that an collection. We published a Federal
be mailed or delivered to W. Brian Hiatt, Register Notice with a 60-day public
extension of 90 days would be City Manager of the City of Concord at
excessive. The FAA concludes that an comment period on this information
the following address: City of Concord, collection on November 21st, 2005. We
additional 60 days would be adequate Post Office Box 308, Concord, NC
for the petitioners to review and are required to publish this notice in the
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comment on proposed AC 120–YY and,
accordingly, extends the comment FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Reduction Act of 1995.
period to September 18, 2006. That date Rusty Nealis, Program Manager, Atlanta DATES: Please submit comments by
corresponds to the comment period AIrports District Office, 1701 Columbia August 7, 2006.
extension date, announced in a separate Ave., Suite 2–260, Atlanta, GA 30337– ADDRESSES: You may send comments,
Federal Register notice to be published 2747, (404) 305–7142. The application within 30 days, to the Office of
today for the associated proposed rule, may be reviewed in person at this same Information and Regulatory Affairs,
‘‘Widespread Fatigue Damage.’’ location. Office of Management and Budget, 725
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The FAA 17th Street, NW., Washington, DC
Extension of Comment Period
is reviewing a request by the City of 20503, Attention DOT Desk Officer. You
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For the reasons provided in this Concord to release approximately 7.30 are asked to comment on any aspect of
notice, the FAA believes that good cause acres of airport property at the Concord this information collection, including:
exists for extending the comment period Regional Airport. The property consists (1) Whether the proposed collection is
for proposed AC 120–YY to September of one parcel roughly located on the necessary for the FHWA’s performance;
18, 2006. Absent unusual Western edge of Ivey Cline Road (2) the accuracy of the estimated
circumstances, the FAA does not approximately 600 ft. South of Popular burden; (3) ways for the FHWA to

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