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OST-2012-0057 - Tarmac Delay Plans - Submission of Data to DOT

 

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OST-2012-0057

Issued April 12, 2012 | On File at Federal Register April 16, 2012

Notice of Submission of Proposed Information Collection to DOT

The FAA Modernization and Reform Act, which was signed into law on February 14, 2012, requires US carriers that operate scheduled passenger service or public charter service using any aircraft with a design capacity of 30 or more seats, and operators of large hub, medium hub, small hub, or non-hub US airports to submit contingency plans for lengthy tarmac delays to the Secretary of Transportation for review and approval no later than May 14, 2012. The Act also requires each covered carrier and airport to ensure public access to its plan after DOT approval by posting the plan on its website. The Department notes that these information collection requirements are specifically required by statute and are not being imposed as an exercise of the Department’s discretion. The Department seeks OMB approval for the submission and posting of these plans under the PRA emergency clearance process because use of the normal clearance procedures is reasonably likely to cause the May 14 statutory deadline for submission of plans to be missed. The Department has established a web address for the filing of contingency plans to enable covered US airlines and airports to easily submit their required plans through the World Wide Web. Once OMB approves this information collection, the Department intends to issue a notice that provides information on how covered US carriers and airports can submit the required plans to the Department through the World Wide Web.

By: Samuel Podberesky


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