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1995 with Stage 2 aircraft with a maximum weight of more than 75,000 pounds may operate no more than one Stage 2 aircraft in all-cargo turnaround service and may also maintain a second such aircraft in reserve. The reserve aircraft may only be used as a replacement aircraft when the first aircraft is not airworthy or is unavailable due to closure of an airport at which the first aircraft is located in the State of Hawaii.

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MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

SECTIONS 352 AND 367 OF THE CONSOLIDATED

APPROPRIATIONS RESOLUTION, 2003

Division I of Public Law 108–7; 117 Stat. 384

AN ACT Making consolidated appropriations for the fiscal year ending September

30, 2003, and for other purposes.

SEC. 352. FAA NOTICE TO AIRMEN FDC 2/0199. (a) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary of Transportation

(1) shall maintain in full force and effect, for a period of 1 year after the date of enactment of this Act, the restrictions imposed under Federal Aviation Administration Notice to Airmen FDC 2/0199 and the restrictions that had been in effect on September 26, 2002 and that were imposed under local Notices to Airmen based on or derived from Notice to Airmen FDC 1/3353;

(2) shall rescind immediately any waivers or exemptions from those restrictions that are in effect on the date of enactment of this Act; and

(3) may not grant any waivers or exemptions from those restrictions, except

(A) as authorized by air traffic control for operational or safety purposes;

(B) for operational purposes of an event, stadium, or other venue, including (in the case of a sporting event) equipment or parts, transport of team members, officials of the governing body and immediate family members and guests of such teams and officials to and from the event, stadium, or other venue;

(C) for broadcast coverage for any broadcast rights holder;

(D) for safety and security purposes of the event, stadium, or other venue; or

(E) to operate an aircraft in restricted airspace to the extent necessary to arrive at or depart from an airport

using standard air traffic procedures. (b) WAIVERS.—Beginning no earlier than 1 year after the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary may modify or terminate such restrictions, or issue waivers or exemptions from such restrictions, if the Secretary promulgates, after public notice and an opportunity for comment, a rule setting forth the standards under which the Secretary may grant a waiver or exemption. Such standards shall provide a level of security at least equivalent to that pro

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