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Imposition and Collection of Passenger Civil Aviation Security Service Fees; Amendment; Reopening of Comment Period.
On December 31, 2001, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) published an interim final rule on the imposition and collection of Passenger Civil Aviation Security Service Fees (September 11th Security Fees). The comment period closed on March 1, 2002. Since that time, however, TSA has tentatively determined that some of the data direct...
This rulemaking transfers the FAA's rules governing civil aviation security to TSA. This rulemaking also amends those rules to enhance security as required by recent legislation. This rulemaking also requires additional qualifications, training, and testing of individuals who screen persons and property that are carried in passenger aircraft. It...
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announces a fee that will be imposed on air carriers and foreign air carriers engaged in air transportation, foreign air transportation, and intrastate air transportation effective February 18, 2002. For purposes of this rule, the fee is described as the Aviation Security Infrastructure Fee. The...