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Title 14Chapter IIISubchapter CPart 420Subpart D → §420.57


Title 14: Aeronautics and Space
PART 420—LICENSE TO OPERATE A LAUNCH SITE
Subpart D—Responsibilities of a Licensee


§420.57   Notifications.

(a) A licensee shall notify each launch operator and any other customer of any limitations on the use of the launch site. A licensee shall also communicate limitations on the use of facilities provided to customers by the launch site operator.

(b) A licensee shall maintain its agreement, made in accordance with §420.31(a), with the local U.S. Coast Guard district.

(c) A licensee shall maintain its agreement, made in accordance with §420.31(b), with the FAA ATC office having jurisdiction over the airspace through which launches will take place.

(d) At least two days prior to flight of a launch vehicle, the licensee shall notify local officials and all owners of land adjacent to the launch site of the flight schedule.


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