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Title 19Chapter IPart 122


TITLE 19—Customs Duties

CHAPTER I—U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY; DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

PART 122—AIR COMMERCE REGULATIONS

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§122.0
Scope.

Subpart A—GENERAL DEFINITIONS AND PROVISIONS

§122.1
General definitions.
§122.2
Other Customs laws and regulations.
§122.3
Availability of forms.
§122.4
English language required.
§122.5
Reproduction of Customs forms.
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Subpart B—CLASSES OF AIRPORTS

§122.11
Designation as international airport.
§122.12
Operation of international airports.
§122.13
List of international airports.
§122.14
Landing rights airport.
§122.15
User fee airports.
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Subpart C—PRIVATE AIRCRAFT

§122.21
Application.
§122.22
Electronic manifest requirement for all individuals onboard private aircraft arriving in and departing from the United States; notice of arrival and departure information.
§122.23
Certain aircraft arriving from areas south of the U.S.
§122.24
Landing requirements for certain aircraft arriving from areas south of U.S.
§122.25
Exemption from special landing requirements.
§122.26
Entry and clearance.
§122.27
Documents required.
§122.28
Private aircraft taken abroad by U.S. residents.
§122.29
Arrival fee and overtime services.
§122.30
Other Customs laws and regulations.
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Subpart D—LANDING REQUIREMENTS

§122.31
Notice of arrival.
§122.32
Aircraft required to land.
§122.33
Place of first landing.
§122.35
Emergency or forced landing.
§122.36
Responsibility of aircraft commander.
§122.37
Precleared aircraft.
§122.38
Permit and special license to unlade and lade.
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Subpart E—AIRCRAFT ENTRY AND ENTRY DOCUMENTS; ELECTRONIC MANIFEST REQUIREMENTS FOR PASSENGERS, CREW MEMBERS, AND NON-CREW MEMBERS ONBOARD COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT ARRIVING IN, CONTINUING WITHIN, AND OVERFLYING THE UNITED STATES

§122.41
Aircraft required to enter.
§122.42
Aircraft entry.
§122.43
General declaration.
§122.44
Crew baggage declaration.
§122.45
Crew list.
§122.46
Crew purchase list.
§122.47
Stores list.
§122.48
Air cargo manifest.
§122.48a
Electronic information for air cargo required in advance of arrival.
§122.49
Correction of air cargo manifest or air waybill.
§122.49a
Electronic manifest requirement for passengers onboard commercial aircraft arriving in the United States.
§122.49b
Electronic manifest requirement for crew members and non-crew members onboard commercial aircraft arriving in, continuing within, and overflying the United States.
§122.49c
Master crew member list and master non-crew member list requirement for commercial aircraft arriving in, departing from, continuing within, and overflying the United States.
§122.49d
Passenger Name Record (PNR) information.
§122.50
General order merchandise.
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Subpart F—INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC PERMIT

§122.51
Aircraft of domestic origin registered in the U.S.
§122.52
Aircraft of foreign origin registered in the U.S.
§122.53
Aircraft of foreign registry chartered or leased to U.S. air carriers.
§122.54
Aircraft of foreign registry.
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Subpart G—CLEARANCE OF AIRCRAFT AND PERMISSION TO DEPART

§122.61
Aircraft required to clear.
§122.62
Aircraft not otherwise required to clear.
§122.63
Scheduled airlines.
§122.64
Other aircraft.
§122.65
Failure to depart.
§122.66
Clearance or permission to depart denied.
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Subpart H—DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR CLEARANCE AND PERMISSION TO DEPART; ELECTRONIC MANIFEST REQUIREMENTS FOR PASSENGERS, CREW MEMBERS, AND NON-CREW MEMBERS ONBOARD COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT DEPARTING FROM THE UNITED STATES

§122.71
Aircraft departing with no commercial export cargo.
§122.72
Aircraft departing with commercial export cargo.
§122.73
General declaration and air cargo manifest.
§122.74
Incomplete (pro forma) manifest.
§122.75
Complete manifest.
§122.75a
Electronic manifest requirement for passengers onboard commercial aircraft departing from the United States.
§122.75b
Electronic manifest requirement for crew members and non-crew members onboard commercial aircraft departing from the United States.
§122.76
Shipper's Export Declarations and inspection certificates.
§122.77
Clearance certificate.
§122.78
Entry or withdrawal for exportation or for transportation and exportation.
§122.79
Shipments to U.S. possessions.
§122.80
Verification of statement.
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Subpart I—PROCEDURES FOR RESIDUE CARGO AND STOPOVER PASSENGERS

§122.81
Application.
§122.82
Bond requirements.
§122.83
Forms required.
§122.84
Intermediate airport.
§122.85
Final airport.
§122.86
Substitution of aircraft.
§122.87
Other requirements.
§122.88
Aircraft carrying domestic (stopover) passengers.
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Subpart J—TRANSPORTATION IN BOND AND MERCHANDISE IN TRANSIT

§122.91
Application.
§122.92
Procedure at port of origin.
§122.93
Procedure at destination or exportation airport.
§122.94
Certificate of lading for exportation.
§122.95
Other provisions.
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Subpart K—ACCOMPANIED BAGGAGE IN TRANSIT

§122.101
Entry of accompanied baggage.
§122.102
Inspection of baggage in transit.
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Subpart L—TRANSIT AIR CARGO MANIFEST (TACM) PROCEDURES

§122.111
Application.
§122.112
Definitions.
§122.113
Form for transit air cargo manifest procedures.
§122.114
Contents.
§122.115
Labeling of cargo.
§122.116
Identification of manifest sheets.
§122.117
Requirements for transit air cargo transport.
§122.118
Exportation from port of arrival.
§122.119
Transportation to another U.S. port.
§122.120
Transportation to another port for exportation.
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Subpart M—AIRCRAFT LIQUOR KITS

§122.131
Application.
§122.132
Sealing of aircraft liquor kits.
§122.133
Stores list required on arrival.
§122.134
When airline does not have in-bond liquor storeroom.
§122.135
When airline has in-bond liquor storeroom.
§122.136
Outgoing stores list.
§122.137
Certificate of use.
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Subpart N—FLIGHTS TO AND FROM THE U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS

§122.141
Definitions.
§122.142
Flights between the U.S. Virgin Islands and a foreign area.
§122.143
Flights from the U.S. to the U.S. Virgin Islands.
§122.144
Flights from the U.S. Virgin Islands to the U.S.
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Subpart O—FLIGHTS TO AND FROM CUBA

§122.151
Definitions.
§122.152
Application.
§122.153
Limitations on airport of entry or departure.
§122.154
Notice of arrival.
§122.155
Document to be presented upon arrival.
§122.156
Release of passengers.
§122.157
Documents required for clearance.
§122.158
Other entry and clearance requirements.
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Subpart P—PUBLIC AIRCRAFT [RESERVED]

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Subpart Q—PENALTIES

§122.161
In general.
§122.162
Failure to notify and explain differences in air cargo manifest.
§122.163
Transit air cargo traveling to U.S. ports.
§122.164
Transportation to another port for exportation.
§122.165
Air cabotage.
§122.166
Arrival, departure, discharge, and documentation.
§122.167
Aviation smuggling.
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Subpart R—AIR CARRIER SMUGGLING PREVENTION PROGRAM

§122.171
Description of program.
§122.172
Eligibility.
§122.173
Application procedures.
§122.174
Operational procedures.
§122.175
Exemption from penalties.
§122.176
Removal from ACSPP.
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Subpart S—ACCESS TO CUSTOMS SECURITY AREAS

§122.181
Definition of Customs security area.
§122.182
Security provisions.
§122.183
Denial of access.
§122.184
Change of identification; change in circumstances of employee; additional employer responsibilities.
§122.185
Report of loss or theft of Customs access seal.
§122.186
Presentation of Customs access seal by other person.
§122.187
Revocation or suspension of access.
§122.188
Issuance of temporary Customs access seal.
§122.189
Bond liability.


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