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Title 14Chapter IISubchapter BPart 323


TITLE 14—Aeronautics and Space

CHAPTER II—OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (AVIATION PROCEEDINGS)

SUBCHAPTER B—PROCEDURAL REGULATIONS

PART 323—TERMINATIONS, SUSPENSIONS, AND REDUCTIONS OF SERVICE

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§323.1
Applicability.
§323.2
Definitions.
§323.3
Who shall file notices.
§323.4
Contents of notices.
§323.5
Time for filing notices.
§323.6
General requirements for notices.
§323.7
Service of notices.
§323.8
Exemptions.
§323.9
Objections to notices.
§323.10
Time for filing objections.
§323.11
Answers to objections.
§323.12
General requirements for objections and answers.
§323.13
DOT actions.
§323.14
Temporary suspension authority for involuntary interruption of service.
§323.15
Report to be filed after strikes.
§323.16
Listings in schedule publications.
§323.17
Delays in discontinuing service.
§323.18
Carriers' obligations when terminating, suspending, or reducing air service.
§323.19
Withdrawal notice by exemption carriers in certain limited-entry markets.

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