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13224 Federal Register / Vol. 70, No.

52 / Friday, March 18, 2005 / Notices

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Date Filed: March 4, 2005. requirements of Part 150, effective
Due Date for Answers, Conforming February 7, 2005. Further, FAA is
Office of the Secretary Applications, or Motion to Modify reviewing a proposed noise
Scope: March 25, 2005. compatibility program for that airport
Notice of Applications for Certificates Description: Application of which will be approved or disapproved
of Public Convenience and Necessity Tradewind Aviation, LLC, requesting a on or before August 5, 2005. This notice
and Foreign Air Carrier Permits Filed certificate of public convenience and also announces the availability of this
Under Subpart B (Formerly Subpart Q) necessity authorizing it to provide program for public review and
During the Week Ending March 4, 2005 interstate charter air transportation of comment.
The following Applications for persons, property, and mail. Under 49 U.S.C. 47503 (the Aviation
Certificates of Public Convenience and Safety and Noise Abatement Act,
Renee V. Wright,
Necessity and Foreign Air Carrier hereinafter referred to as ‘‘the Act’’), an
Acting Program Manager, Docket Operations, airport operator may submit to the FAA
Permits were filed under Subpart B Alternate Federal Register Liaison.
(formerly Subpart Q) of the Department noise exposure maps which meet
[FR Doc. 05–5352 Filed 3–17–05; 8:45 am] applicable regulations and which depict
of Transportation’s Procedural
Regulations (See 14 CFR 301.201 et
BILLING CODE 4910–62–P non-compatible land uses as of the date
of submission of such maps, a
seq.). The due date for Answers,
description of projected aircraft
Conforming Applications, or Motions to DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION operations, and the ways in which such
Modify Scope are set forth below for
operations will affect such maps. The
each application. Following the Answer Federal Aviation Administration
Act requires such maps to be developed
period DOT may process the application
Noise Exposure Map Notice: Receipt of in consultation with interested and
by expedited procedures. Such
Noise Compatibility Program and affected parties in the local community,
procedures may consist of the adoption
Request for Review government agencies, and persons using
of a show-cause order, a tentative order,
the airport.
or in appropriate cases a final order AGENCY: Federal Aviation An airport operator who has
without further proceedings. Administration, DOT. submitted noise exposure maps that are
Docket Number: OST–2005–20491. ACTION: Notice. found by FAA to be in compliance with
Date Filed: February 28, 2005. the requirements of Federal Aviation
Due Date for Answers, Conforming SUMMARY: The Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) Part 150,
Applications, or Motion to Modify Administration (FAA) announces its promulgated pursuant to the Act, may
Scope: March 21, 2005. determination that the noise exposure submit a noise compatibility program
Description: Application of NetJets maps submitted by Capital Region for FAA approval which sets forth the
Transportes Aereos, S.A., requesting a Airport Authority for Capital City measures the operator has taken or
foreign air carrier permit authorizing it Airport under the provisions of 49 proposes to take to reduce existing non-
to: (a) Conduct charter air transportation U.S.C. 47501 et seq. (Aviation Safety compatible uses and prevent the
of persons and property between any and Noise Abatement Act) and 14 CFR introduction of additional non-
point or points in Portugal and any Part 150 are in compliance with compatible uses.
point or points in the United States; (b) applicable requirements. The FAA also Capital Region Airport Authority
conduct charter air transportation of announces that it is reviewing a submitted to the FAA on February 1,
persons and property between any point proposed noise compatibility program 2005 noise exposure maps, descriptions
or points in the United States and any that was submitted for Capital City and other documentation that were
point or points in a third country or Airport under Part 150 in conjunction produced during the Capital City
countries, provided that such service with the noise exposure map, and that Airport FAR Part 150 Noise
constitutes part of a continuous this program will be approved or Compatibility Study Update, January
operation, with or without a change of disapproved on or before August 5, 2005. It was requested that the FAA
aircraft, that includes service to Portugal 2005. review this material as the noise
for the purpose of carrying local traffic exposure maps, as described in section
DATES: Effective Date: The effective date
between Portugal and the United States; 47503 of the Act, and that the noise
(c) conduct other charters pursuant to of the FAA’s determination on the noise
exposure maps and of the start of its mitigation measures, to be implemented
Part 212; and (d) exercise all other rights jointly by the airport and surrounding
enumerated in the Air Transport review of the associated noise
compatibility program is February 7, communities, be approved as a noise
Agreement between the United States of compatibility program under section
America and the Republic of Portugal. 2005. The public comment period ends
April 8, 2005. 47504 of the Act.
Docket Number: OST–2005–20492. The FAA has completed its review of
Date Filed: February 28, 2005. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ms. the noise exposure maps and related
Due Date for Answers, Conforming Katherine S. Jones, Federal Aviation descriptions submitted by Capital
Applications, or Motion to Modify Administration, Detroit Airports District Region Airport Authority. The specific
Scope: March 21, 2005. Office, 11677 South Wayne Road, Suite documentation determined to constitute
Description: Application of Executive 107, Romulus, Michigan, phone number the noise exposure maps includes:
Jet Management, Inc., requesting (734) 229–2958. Comments on the Noise Exposure Map Existing
commuter air carrier authority to proposed noise compatibility program Conditions (2003), Noise Exposure Map
operate scheduled passenger service should also be submitted to the above Future (2008) with Runway Extension,
between the New York, NY office. FAR Part 150 Noise Compatibility Study
metropolitan area and the Chicago, IL SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: This Update Volume I contains the required
metropolitan area, and between the New notice announces that the FAA finds information for Section 47503 and
York, NY metropolitan area and the Los that the noise exposure maps submitted section A150.101 including the
Angeles, CA area. for Capital City Airport are in following specific references: Current
Docket Number: OST–2005–20570. compliance with applicable and forecast operations in Table II–9;

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fleet mix and nighttime operations in CFR part 150, section 150.33. The meetings will be a continuation of
Tables IV–2, IV–3, IV–4, and IV–5; flight primary considerations in the information gathering for the evaluation
patterns in Exhibits IV–3, IV–4, Iv–5, evaluation process are whether the of Restricted Category Aircraft
IV–6, IV–7, IV–8, IV–9, IV–10, and land proposed measures may reduce the level Applications originally offered to the
use in Exhibits III–2 and III–3. The FAA of aviation safety, create an undue public for comments in the Federal
has determined that these maps for burden on interstate or foreign Register, dated October 8, 2004, Page
Capital City Airport are in compliance commerce, or by reasonably consistent 60454 (Volume 69, Number 195). This
with applicable requirements. This with obtaining the goal of reducing meeting, the third and final public
determination is effective on February 7, existing non-compatible land uses and meeting will be held at the Federal
2005. FAA’s determinations on an preventing the introduction of Aviation Administration’s (FAA)
airport operator’s noise exposure maps additional non-compatible land uses. Orlando Florida’s Flight Standards
is limited to a finding that the maps are Interested persons are invited to District Office, located at 5950 Hazeltine
developed in accordance with the comment on the proposed program with National Drive, Suite 500, Orlando,
procedures contained in appendix A of specific reference to these factors. All Florida. To obtain additional
FAR Part 150. Such determination does comments, other than those properly information and details about this
not constitute approval of the addressed to local land use authorities, meeting, please contact Mr. Graham
applicant’s data, information or plans, will be considered by the FAA to the Long via the information listed in the
or constitute a commitment to approve extent practicable. Copies of the noise paragraph titled FOR FURTHER
a noise compatibility program or to find exposure maps, the FAA’s evaluation of INFORMATION CONTACT. Notes from this
the implementation of that program. the maps, and the proposed noise informational meeting will be posted on
If questions arise concerning the compatibility program are available for the Internet at: http://www.faa.gov/
precise relationship of specific examination at the following locations: Certification/Aircraft/DraftDoc/
properties to noise exposure contours Federal Aviation Administration Detroit Comments.htm.
depicted on a noise exposure map Airports District Office, 11677 South
submitted under section 47503 of the DATES: This meeting will be held on
Wayne Road, Suite 107, Romulus, Thursday, April 7, 2005, from 9 a.m. to
Act, it should be noted that the FAA is Michigan 48174
not involved in any way in determining 12 noon.
Capital Region Airport Authority,
the relative locations of specific ADDRESSES: This third meeting will be
Capital City Airport, 4100 Capital City
properties with regard to the depicted held at the FAA’s Orlando Flight
Boulevard, Lansing, Michigan 48906
noise contours, or in interpreting the Standards District Office, Suite 500,
Questions may be directed to the 5950 Hazeltine National Drive, Orlando,
noise exposure maps to resolve individual named above under the
questions concerning, for example, FL 32822.
heading, FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
which properties should be covered by FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: To
CONTACT.
the provisions of section 47506 of the obtain additional details on this and the
Act. These functions are inseparable Issued in Romulus, Michigan, on February two previous meetings, please contact
from the ultimate land use control and 7, 2005. Mr. Graham Long, AIR–110, Room 815,
planning responsibilities of local Irene R. Porter, Federal Aviation Administration,
government. These local responsibilities Manager, Detroit Airports District Office, Aircraft Certification Service, Aircraft
are not changed in any way under Part Great Lakes Region. Engineering Division, 800 Independence
150 or through FAA’s review of noise [FR Doc. 05–5341 Filed 3–17–05; 8:45 am] Avenue, SW., Washington, DC 20591,
exposure maps. Therefore, the BILLING CODE 4910–13–M Telephone (202) 267–3715, FAX: (202)
responsibility for the detailed 237–5340, or e-mail: 9-awa-air110-
overlaying of noise exposure contours gn12@faa.gov.
onto the map depicting properties on DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
Issued in Washington, DC, on March 11,
the surface rests exclusively with the 2005.
airport operator that submitted those Federal Aviation Administration
Susan J.M. Cabler,
maps, or with those public agencies and
Public Meeting With Interested Assistant Manager, Aircraft Engineering
planning agencies with which Division, Aircraft Certification Service.
Persons To Discuss the Proposed
consultation is required under section
Federal Aviation Administration Policy [FR Doc. 05–5339 Filed 3–17–05; 8:45 am]
47503 of the Act. The FAA has relied on
(Draft Order 8110.RC) for the BILLING CODE 4910–13–M
the certification by the airport operator,
Certification of Restricted Category
under section 150.21 of FAR Part 150,
Aircraft
that the statutorily required consultation
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
has been accomplished. AGENCY: Federal Aviation
The FAA has formally received the Administration (DOT). Federal Aviation Administration
noise compatibility program for Capital ACTION: Notice of public meeting.
Region Airport Authority, also effective [Policy Statement No. ANE–2004–33.4–4]
on February 7, 2005. Preliminary review SUMMARY: The FAA will hold three
of the submitted material indicates that informational meetings to discuss the Policy for Design Approval Procedures
in conforms to the requirements for the proposed policy (Draft Order 8110.RC) for Parts Manufacturer Approval of
submittal of noise compatibility that the FAA’s Aircraft Certification Critical Engine and Propeller Parts
programs, but that further review will be Service personnel, Flight Standards AGENCY: Federal Aviation
necessary prior to approval or Service Personnel, persons designated Administration, DOT.
disapproval of the program. The formal by the Administrator, and organizations ACTION: Notice of issuance; policy
review period, limited by law to a associated with the certification process statement.
maximum of 180 days, will be required by Title 14 of the Code of
completed on or before August 6, 2005. Federal Regulations (14 CFR) will use SUMMARY: The Federal Aviation
The FAA’s detailed evaluation will be during the certification evaluation of Administration (FAA) announces the
conducted under the provisions of 14 restricted category aircraft. These public availability of policy for Design

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