Agency Information Collection Activities: Requests for Comments; Clearance of Renewed Approval of Information Collection: Certification of Airports, Part 139

CourtFederal Aviation Administration
Citation86 FR 69350
Publication Date07 December 2021
Record Number2021-26426
69350
Federal Register / Vol. 86, No. 232 / Tuesday, December 7, 2021 / Notices
(Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
Number 59008)
James Rivera,
Associate Administrator for Disaster
Assistance.
[FR Doc. 2021–26522 Filed 12–6–21; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 8026–03–P
OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES
TRADE REPRESENTATIVE
Conforming Amendment to Product
Exclusion and Extensions: China’s
Acts, Policies, and Practices Related to
Technology Transfer, Intellectual
Property, and Innovation
AGENCY
: Office of the United States
Trade Representative (USTR).
ACTION
: Notice.
SUMMARY
: On September 30, 2020, and
effective November 30, 2020, U.S.
Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
issued a notice on the tariff
classification of certain nonwoven
wipes. To conform with the tariff
classification set out in that notice,
USTR is making a technical amendment
to a product exclusion in the Section
301 investigation of China’s Acts,
Policies, and Practices Related to
Technology Transfer, Intellectual
Property, and Innovation.
DATES
: The conforming amendment in
the Annex to this notice is effective
November 30, 2020. CBP will issue
instructions on entry guidance and
implementation.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT
: For
general questions about this notice,
contact Associate General Counsel
Philip Butler or Assistant General
Counsel Rachel Komito at (202) 395–
5725. For specific questions on customs
classification or implementation of the
product exclusion identified in the
Annex to this notice, contact
traderemedy@cbp.dhs.gov.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
:
A. Background
On September 30, 2020, CBP issued a
notice on the tariff classification of
certain nonwoven wipes. Revocation of
Eleven Ruling Letters, Modification of
One Ruling Letter and Proposed
Revocation of Treatment Relating to the
Tariff Classification of Nonwoven
Wipes, Customs Bulletin and Decisions,
Vol 54, No. 38, at 58 (Sep. 30, 2020).
CPB’s notice affects a currently
applicable product exclusion for
‘disposable cloths of nonwoven textile
materials impregnated, coated or
covered with organic surface-active
preparations for washing the skin, put
up for retail sale (described in statistical
reporting number 3401.30.5000)’ in this
Section 301 investigation, as set out at
85 FR 27489 (May 8, 2020), 85 FR 48600
(August 11, 2020), 85 FR 85831
(December 29, 2020), 86 FR 13785
(March 10, 2021), 86 FR 54011
(September 29, 2021), and 86 FR 63438
(November 16, 2021).
B. Technical Amendment to Exclusion
The Annex to this notice conforms an
existing product exclusion with the
September 2020 revocation of treatment
relating to the tariff classification of
nonwoven wipes. In particular, the
Annex makes technical amendments to
U.S. notes 20(iii)(37), 20(qqq)(16) and
20(sss)(iii)(13) to subchapter III of
chapter 99 of the Harmonized Tariff
Schedule of the United States (HTSUS),
as set out in the Annexes to the notices
published at 85 FR 48600 (August 11,
2020), 85 FR 85831 (December 29,
2020), 86 FR 13785 (March 10, 2021), 86
FR 54011 (September 29, 2021), and 86
FR 63438 (November 16, 2021). Like all
exclusions under this Section
301investigation, this technical
correction applies to entries of goods
that are not liquidated or to entries that
are liquidated but not final.
Annex
A. Effective with respect to goods
entered for consumption, or withdrawn
from warehouse for consumption, on or
after 12:01 a.m. eastern daylight time on
November 30, 2020 and before 11:59
p.m. eastern daylight time on December
31, 2020, note 20(iii)(37) to subchapter
III of chapter 99 of the Harmonized
Tariff Schedule of the United States
(HTSUS) is amended by deleting
‘‘3401.30.5000’’ and by inserting
‘‘3401.30.5000 prior to November 30,
2020; described in statistical reporting
number 3401.11.5000 effective
November 30, 2020’’ in lieu thereof.
B. Effective with respect to goods
entered for consumption, or withdrawn
from warehouse for consumption, on or
after 12:01 a.m. eastern daylight time on
January 1, 2021 and before 11:59 p.m.
eastern daylight time on November 30,
2021, note 20(qqq)(16) to subchapter III
of chapter 99 of the HTSUS is amended
by deleting ‘‘3401.30.5000’’ and by
inserting ‘‘3401.11.5000’’ in lieu thereof.
C. Effective with respect to goods
entered for consumption, or withdrawn
from warehouse for consumption, on or
after 12:01 a.m. eastern daylight time on
December 1, 2021 and before 11:59 p.m.
eastern daylight time on May 31, 2022,
note 20(sss)(iii)(13) to subchapter III of
chapter 99 of the HTSUS is amended by
deleting ‘‘3401.30.5000’’ and by
inserting ‘‘3401.11.5000’’ in lieu thereof.
Greta Peisch,
General Counsel, Office of the United States
Trade Representative.
[FR Doc. 2021–26482 Filed 12–6–21; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 3290–F2–P
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
Federal Aviation Administration
[Docket No. FAA–2021–1024]
Agency Information Collection
Activities: Requests for Comments;
Clearance of Renewed Approval of
Information Collection: Certification of
Airports, Part 139
AGENCY
: Federal Aviation
Administration (FAA), DOT.
ACTION
: Notice and request for
comments.
SUMMARY
: In accordance with the
Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, FAA
invites public comments about our
intention to request the Office of
Management and Budget (OMB)
approval to renew an information
collection. Part 139 establishes
certification requirements for airports
serving scheduled passenger-carrying
operations of an air carrier operating
aircraft configured for more than 9
passenger seats, as determined by the
regulations under which the operation
is conducted or the aircraft type
certificate issued by a competent civil
aviation authority; and unscheduled
passenger-carrying operations of an air
carrier operating aircraft configured for
at least 31 passenger seats, as
determined by the regulations under
which the operation is conducted or the
aircraft type certificate issued by a
competent civil aviation authority. This
part does not apply to: Airports serving
scheduled air carrier operations only by
reason of being designated as an
alternate airport; airports operated by
the United States; airports located in the
State of Alaska that only serve
scheduled operations of small air carrier
aircraft and do not serve scheduled or
unscheduled operations of large air
carrier aircraft; airports located in the
State of Alaska during periods of time
when not serving operations of large air
carrier aircraft; or heliports.
DATES
: Written comments should be
submitted by February 7, 2022.
ADDRESSES
: Please send written
comments:
By Electronic Docket:
www.regulations.gov. Enter docket
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field.
By email: chel.schweitzer@faa.gov.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT
: Chel
Schweitzer by email at:
chel.schweitzer@faa.gov; phone: 202–
679–2677.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
: The
collection involves FAA Form 5280–1,
Application for Airport Operating
Certificate. Every airport that wants to
become a certificated Part 139 airport
must complete this form, as well as
provide a draft Airport Certification
Manual (ACM). In addition, currently
certificated Part 139 airports must
maintain their ACM, as well as keep and
maintain records related to training,
self-inspection, and other requirements
of Part 139.
The collection includes an additional
automated tool to assist airports in
reporting airport status after an incident,
or emergency event, has impacted the
airport or surrounding area. The Airport
Crisis Response Reporting (ACRR) tool
simplifies the reporting process by
allowing airports to directly input their
airport status into the tool.
These records allow the FAA to verify
compliance with Part 139 safety and
operational requirements to ensure that
the airports meet the minimum safety
requirements of Part 139, which in turn
enhances the safety of the flying public.
Public Comments Invited: You are
asked to comment on any aspect of this
information collection, including (a)
Whether the proposed collection of
information is necessary for FAA’s
performance; (b) the accuracy of the
estimated burden; (c) ways for FAA to
enhance the quality, utility and clarity
of the information collection; and (d)
ways that the burden could be
minimized without reducing the quality
of the collected information. The agency
will summarize and/or include your
comments in the request for OMB’s
clearance of this information collection.
OMB Control Number: 2120–0675.
Title: Certification of Airports, 14 CFR
part 139.
Form Numbers: FAA Form 5280–1.
Type of Review: Renewal of an
information collection.
Background: The statutory authority
to issue airport operating certificates to
airports serving certain air carriers and
to establish minimum safety standards
for the operation of those airports is
currently found in Title 49, United
States Code (U.S.C.) § 44706, Airport
operation certificates. The FAA uses
this authority to issue requirements for
the certification and operation of certain
airports that service commercial air
carriers. These requirements are
contained in Title 14, Code of Federal
Regulation Part 139 (14 CFR part 139),
Certification and Operations: Land
Airports Serving Certain Air Carriers, as
amended. Information collection
requirements are used by the FAA to
determine an airport operator’s
compliance with Part 139 safety and
operational requirements, and to assist
airport personnel to perform duties
required under the regulation.
Operators of certificated airports are
required to complete FAA Form 5280–
1 and develop, and comply with, a
written document, an Airport
Certification Manual (ACM) that details
how an airport will comply with the
requirements of Part 139. The ACM
shows the means and procedures
whereby the airport will be operated in
compliance with Part 139, plus other
instructions and procedures to help
personnel concerned with operation of
the airport to perform their duties and
responsibilities.
When an airport satisfactorily
complies with such requirements, the
FAA issues to that facility an airport
operating certificate (AOC) that permits
an airport to serve air carriers. The FAA
periodically inspects these airports to
ensure continued compliance with Part
139 safety requirements, including the
maintenance of specified records. Both
the application for an AOC and annual
compliance inspections require
operators of certificated airports to
collect and report certain operational
information. The AOC remains in effect
as long as the need exists and the
operator complies with the terms of the
AOC and the ACM.
The likely respondents to new
information requests are those civilian
U.S. airport certificate holders who
operate airports that serve scheduled
and unscheduled operations of air
carrier aircraft with more than 10
passenger seats (approximately 520
airports). These airport operators
already hold an AOC and comply with
all current information collection
requirements.
Operators of certificated airports are
permitted to choose the methodology to
report information and can design their
own recordkeeping system. As airports
vary in size, operations and
complexities, the FAA has determined
this method of information collection
allows airport operators greater
flexibility and convenience to comply
with reporting and recordkeeping
requirements. 100% of the information
may be submitted electronically.
The FAA has an automated system,
the Certification and Compliance
Management Information System
(CCMIS), which allows FAA airport
safety and certification inspectors to
enter into a national database airport
inspection information. This
information is monitored to detect
trends and developing safety issues, to
allocate inspection resources, and
generally, to be more responsive to the
needs of regulated airports.
The FAA has developed an automated
reporting tool, the Airport Crisis
Response Reporting (ACRR) tool, which
allows airport personnel to directly
input status of their airports after an
incident, or emergency event, impacts
their airport or the surrounding area.
Respondents: Approximately 520
airports.
Frequency: Information collected on
occasion.
Estimated Average Burden per
Response: 178 hours.
Estimated Total Annual Burden:
92,584 hours.
Issued in Washington, DC, on this date,
November 23, 2021.
Anthony M. Butters,
Deputy Manager, Airport Safety and
Operations (AAS–300).
[FR Doc. 2021–26426 Filed 12–6–21; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 4910–13–P
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
Federal Aviation Administration
Notice of Release From Federal Grant
Assurance Obligations and Land
Exchange San Bernardino
International Airport, San Bernardino,
San Bernardino County, California
AGENCY
: Federal Aviation
Administration, DOT.
ACTION
: Notice of request to release
airport land.
SUMMARY
: The Federal Aviation
Administration (FAA) is considering a
proposal and invites public comment on
the application for release of 10.306
acres of airport property from federal
Grant Assurance obligations and land
exchange at San Bernardino
International Airport, San Bernardino,
California. San Bernardino International
Airport Authority (SBIAA) is requesting
a total release from federal obligations
on 10.306 acres of SBIAA property, and
to authorize an acre-for-acre land
exchange between SBIAA and the San
Manuel Band of Mission Indians
(SMBMI). The property is located
approximately 600-feet south of E 3rd
Street, north of W St., and
approximately 300-feet east of Victoria
Street and west of U St.
DATES
: Comments must be received on
or before January 6, 2022.
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