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Title 14Chapter IISubchapter FPart 399


TITLE 14—Aeronautics and Space

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

SUBCHAPTER F—POLICY STATEMENTS

PART 399—STATEMENTS OF GENERAL POLICY

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Subpart A—APPLICABILITY AND EFFECTS OF POLICY STATEMENTS

§399.1
Applicability.
§399.2
Exclusions.
§399.3
Statements in other Board documents.
§399.4
Nature and effect of policy statements.
§399.5
Arrangement of policy statements.
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Subpart B—POLICIES RELATING TO OPERATING AUTHORITY

§§399.10-399.11
[Reserved]
§399.12
Negotiation by air carriers for landing rights in foreign countries.
§§399.13-399.17
[Reserved]
§399.18
Maximum duration of fixed-term route authorization granted by exemption; renewal of such authority.
§399.19
[Reserved]
§399.21
Charter exemptions (except military).
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Subpart C—POLICIES RELATING TO RATES AND TARIFFS

§399.30
Definitions.
§399.31
Standard industry fare level.
§399.32
Zone of limited suspension for domestic passenger fares.
§399.33
Additional fare flexibility.
§399.34
Intra-Hawaii and Intra-Puerto Rico/Virgin Islands fare flexibility.
§399.35
Special tariff permission.
§399.36
Unreasonable discrimination.
§399.37
Joint fares.
§399.39
Equipment purchase deposits.
§399.40
Tariffs for domestic air transportation on or after January 1, 1983.
§399.41
Zones of limited suspension for international cargo rates.
§399.42
Flight equipment depreciation and residual values.
§399.43
Treatment of leased aircraft.
§399.44
Treatment of deferred Federal income taxes for rate purposes.
Appendix
Example of SIFL Adjustment
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Subpart D—[RESERVED]

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Subpart E—POLICIES RELATING TO HEARING MATTERS

§399.60
Standards for determining priorities of hearing.
§399.61
Presentations of public and civic bodies in route proceedings.
§399.62
Target dates in hearing cases.
§399.63
Role of staff in route proceedings.
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Subpart F—POLICIES RELATING TO RULEMAKING PROCEEDINGS

§399.70
Cross-references to the Office of the Secretary's Rulemaking Procedures.
§399.73
Definition of small business for Regulatory Flexibility Act.
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Subpart G—POLICIES RELATING TO ENFORCEMENT

§399.80
Unfair and deceptive practices of ticket agents.
§399.81
Unrealistic or deceptive scheduling.
§399.82
Passing off of carrier identity by affiliation between carriers.
§399.83
Unfair or deceptive practice of air carrier, foreign air carrier, or ticket agent in orally confirming to prospective passenger reserved space on scheduled flights.
§399.84
Price advertising and opt-out provisions.
§399.85
Notice of baggage fees and other fees.
§399.86
Payments for non-air transportation services for air cargo.
§399.87
Baggage allowances and fees.
§399.88
Prohibition on post-purchase price increase.
§399.89
Disclosure of potential for price increase before payment.
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Subpart H—OTHER POLICIES RELATING TO INTERESTS, ACTIVITIES, AND RELATIONSHIPS OF AIR CARRIERS

§399.91
Air carrier participation in programs of technical assistance to airlines of less developed countries.
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Subpart I—POLICIES RELATING TO DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION

§399.101
Public release of Board decisions in cases where the action of the Board is subject to the review or approval of the President.
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Subpart J—POLICIES RELATING TO FEDERAL PREEMPTION OF STATE ECONOMIC REGULATIONS

§399.111
All operations of federally authorized carriers to be regulated by the Board.
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Subpart K—POLICIES RELATING TO CERTIFICATE DURATION

§399.120
Duration of certificates in limited-entry markets.


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