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TITLE 14—Aeronautics and Space

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

SUBCHAPTER C—AIRCRAFT

PART 36—NOISE STANDARDS: AIRCRAFT TYPE AND AIRWORTHINESS CERTIFICATION

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§36.1
Applicability and definitions.
§36.2
Requirements as of date of application.
§36.3
Compatibility with airworthiness requirements.
§36.5
Limitation of part.
§36.6
Incorporation by reference.
§36.7
Acoustical change: Transport category large airplanes and jet airplanes.
§36.9
Acoustical change: Propeller-driven small airplanes and propeller-driven commuter category airplanes.
§36.11
Acoustical change: Helicopters.
§36.13
Acoustical change: Tiltrotor aircraft.
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Subpart B—TRANSPORT CATEGORY LARGE AIRPLANES AND JET AIRPLANES

§36.101
Noise measurement and evaluation.
§36.103
Noise limits.
§36.105
Flight Manual Statement of Chapter 4 equivalency.
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Subpart C—[RESERVED]

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Subpart D—NOISE LIMITS FOR SUPERSONIC TRANSPORT CATEGORY AIRPLANES

§36.301
Noise limits: Concorde.
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Subpart E—[RESERVED]

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Subpart F—PROPELLER DRIVEN SMALL AIRPLANES AND PROPELLER-DRIVEN, COMMUTER CATEGORY AIRPLANES

§36.501
Noise limits.
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Subpart G—[RESERVED]

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Subpart H—HELICOPTERS

§36.801
Noise measurement.
§36.803
Noise evaluation and calculation.
§36.805
Noise limits.
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Subparts I-J [Reserved]

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Subpart K—TILTROTORS

§36.1101
Noise measurement and evaluation.
§36.1103
Noise limits.
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Subparts L-N [Reserved]

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Subpart O—DOCUMENTATION, OPERATING LIMITATIONS AND INFORMATION

§36.1501
Procedures, noise levels and other information.
§36.1581
Manuals, markings, and placards.
§36.1583
Noncomplying agricultural and fire fighting airplanes.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 36—Aircraft Noise Measurement and Evaluation Under §36.101
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Appendix B to Part 36—Noise Levels for Transport Category and Jet Airplanes Under §36.103
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Appendixes C-E to Part 36 [Reserved]
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Appendix F to Part 36—Flyover Noise Requirements for Propeller-Driven Small Airplane and Propeller-Driven, Commuter Category Airplane Certification Tests Prior to December 22, 1988
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Appendix G to Part 36—Takeoff Noise Requirements for Propeller-Driven Small Airplane and Propeller-Driven, Commuter Category Airplane Certification Tests on or After December 22, 1988
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Appendix H to Part 36—Noise Requirements For Helicopters Under Subpart H
Appendix
Appendix I to Part 36 [Reserved]
Appendix
Appendix J to Part 36—Alternative Noise Certification Procedure for Helicopters Under Subpart H Having a Maximum Certificated Takeoff Weight of Not More Than 7,000 Pounds
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Appendix K to Part 36—Noise Requirements for Tiltrotors Under Subpart K


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