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        H.R.1000

                       One Hundred Sixth Congress

                                 of the

                        United States of America


                          AT THE SECOND SESSION

           Begun and held at the City of Washington on Monday,
             the twenty-fourth day of January, two thousand


                                 An Act


 
 To amend title 49, United States Code, to reauthorize programs of the 
        Federal Aviation Administration, and for other purposes.

    Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the 
United States of America in Congress assembled,

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE; TABLE OF CONTENTS.

    (a) Short Title.--This Act may be cited as the ``Wendell H. Ford 
Aviation Investment and Reform Act for the 21st Century''.
    (b) Table of Contents.--The table of contents for this Act is as 
follows:
Sec. 1. Short title; table of contents.
Sec. 2. Amendments to title 49, United States Code.
Sec. 3. Applicability.
Sec. 4. Definitions.

                TITLE I--AIRPORT AND AIRWAY IMPROVEMENTS

                           Subtitle A--Funding

Sec. 101. Airport improvement program.
Sec. 102. Airway facilities improvement program.
Sec. 103. FAA operations.
Sec. 104. AIP formula changes.
Sec. 105. Passenger facility fees.
Sec. 106. Funding for aviation programs.
Sec. 107. Adjustment to AIP program funding.
Sec. 108. Reprogramming notification requirement.

                     Subtitle B--Airport Development

Sec. 121. Runway incursion prevention devices and emergency call boxes.
Sec. 122. Windshear detection equipment and adjustable lighting 
          extensions.
Sec. 123. Pavement maintenance.
Sec. 124. Enhanced vision technologies.
Sec. 125. Public notice before waiver with respect to land.
Sec. 126. Matching share.
Sec. 127. Letters of intent.
Sec. 128. Grants from small airport fund.
Sec. 129. Discretionary use of unused apportionments.
Sec. 130. Designating current and former military airports.
Sec. 131. Contract tower cost-sharing.
Sec. 132. Innovative use of airport grant funds.
Sec. 133. Inherently low-emission airport vehicle pilot program.
Sec. 134. Airport security program.
Sec. 135. Technical amendments.
Sec. 136. Conveyances of airport property for public airports.
Sec. 137. Intermodal connections.
Sec. 138. State block grant program.
Sec. 139. Design-build contracting.

                        Subtitle C--Miscellaneous

Sec. 151. Treatment of certain facilities as airport-related projects.
Sec. 152. Terminal development costs.
Sec. 153. Continuation of ILS inventory program.
Sec. 154. Aircraft noise primarily caused by military aircraft.
Sec. 155. Competition plans.
Sec. 156. Alaska rural aviation improvement.
Sec. 157. Use of recycled materials.
Sec. 158. Construction of runways.
Sec. 159. Notice of grants.
Sec. 160. Airfield pavement conditions.
Sec. 161. Report on efforts to implement capacity enhancements.
Sec. 162. Prioritization of discretionary projects.
Sec. 163. Continuation of reports.

                 TITLE II--AIRLINE SERVICE IMPROVEMENTS

                      Subtitle A--Small Communities

Sec. 201. Policy for air service to rural areas.
Sec. 202. Waiver of local contribution.
Sec. 203. Improved air carrier service to airports not receiving 
          sufficient service.
Sec. 204. Preservation of essential air service at single carrier 
          dominated hub 
          airports.
Sec. 205. Determination of distance from hub airport.
Sec. 206. Report on essential air service.
Sec. 207. Marketing practices.
Sec. 208. Definition of eligible place.
Sec. 209. Maintaining the integrity of the essential air service 
          program.
Sec. 210. Regional jet service for small communities.

                  Subtitle B--Airline Customer Service

Sec. 221. Consumer notification of E-ticket expiration dates.
Sec. 222. Increased penalty for violation of aviation consumer 
          protection laws.
Sec. 223. Funding of enforcement of airline consumer protections.
Sec. 224. Airline customer service reports.
Sec. 225. Increased financial responsibility for lost baggage.
Sec. 226. Comptroller General investigation.
Sec. 227. Airline service quality performance reports.
Sec. 228. National Commission To Ensure Consumer Information and Choice 
          in the Airline Industry.

                         Subtitle C--Competition

Sec. 231. Changes in, and phase-out of, slot rules.

                    TITLE III--FAA MANAGEMENT REFORM

Sec. 301. Air traffic control system defined.
Sec. 302. Air traffic control oversight.
Sec. 303. Chief Operating Officer.
Sec. 304. Pilot program to permit cost-sharing of air traffic 
          modernization projects.
Sec. 305. Clarification of regulatory approval process.
Sec. 306. Failure to meet rulemaking deadline.
Sec. 307. FAA personnel and acquisition management systems.
Sec. 308. Right to contest adverse personnel actions.
Sec. 309. Independent study of FAA costs and allocations.
Sec. 310. Environmental review of airport improvement projects.
Sec. 311. Cost allocation system.
Sec. 312. Report on modernization of oceanic ATC system.

                       TITLE IV--FAMILY ASSISTANCE

Sec. 401. Responsibilities of National Transportation Safety Board.
Sec. 402. Air carrier plans.
Sec. 403. Foreign air carrier plans.
Sec. 404. Death on the high seas.

                             TITLE V--SAFETY

Sec. 501. Airplane emergency locators.
Sec. 502. Cargo collision avoidance systems deadlines.
Sec. 503. Landfills interfering with air commerce.
Sec. 504. Life-limited aircraft parts.
Sec. 505. Counterfeit aircraft parts.
Sec. 506. Prevention of frauds involving aircraft or space vehicle parts 
          in interstate or foreign air commerce.
Sec. 507. Transporting of hazardous material.
Sec. 508. Employment investigations and restrictions.
Sec. 509. Criminal penalty for pilots operating in air transportation 
          without an 
          airman's certificate.
Sec. 510. Flight operations quality assurance rules.
Sec. 511. Penalties for unruly passengers.
Sec. 512. Deputizing of State and local law enforcement officers.
Sec. 513. Air transportation oversight system.
Sec. 514. Runway safety areas.
Sec. 515. Precision approach path indicators.
Sec. 516. Aircraft dispatchers.
Sec. 517. Improved training for airframe and powerplant mechanics.
Sec. 518. Small airport certification.
Sec. 519. Protection of employees providing air safety information.
Sec. 520. Occupational injuries of airport workers.

          TITLE VI--TRANSFER OF AERONAUTICAL CHARTING ACTIVITY

Sec. 601. Transfer of functions, powers, and duties.
Sec. 602. Transfer of office, personnel and funds.
Sec. 603. Amendment of title 49, United States Code.
Sec. 604. Savings provision.
Sec. 605. National ocean survey.
Sec. 606. Sale and distribution of nautical and aeronautical products by 
          NOAA.
Sec. 607. Procurement of private enterprise mapping, charting, and 
          geographic 
          information systems.

                   TITLE VII--MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

Sec. 701. Duties and powers of Administrator.
Sec. 702. Public aircraft.
Sec. 703. Prohibition on release of offeror proposals.
Sec. 704. FAA evaluation of long-term capital leasing.
Sec. 705. Severable services contracts for periods crossing fiscal 
          years.
Sec. 706. Prohibitions on discrimination.
Sec. 707. Discrimination against handicapped individuals.
Sec. 708. Prohibitions against smoking on scheduled flights.
Sec. 709. Joint venture agreement.
Sec. 710. Reports by carriers on incidents involving animals during air 
          transport.
Sec. 711. Extension of war risk insurance program.
Sec. 712. General facilities and personnel authority.
Sec. 713. Human factors program.
Sec. 714. Implementation of Article 83 bis of the Chicago Convention.
Sec. 715. Public availability of airmen records.
Sec. 716. Review process for emergency orders.
Sec. 717. Government and industry consortia.
Sec. 718. Passenger manifest.
Sec. 719. Cost recovery for foreign aviation services.
Sec. 720. Technical corrections to civil penalty provisions.
Sec. 721. Waiver under Airport Noise and Capacity Act.
Sec. 722. Land use compliance report.
Sec. 723. Charter airlines.
Sec. 724. Credit for emergency services provided.
Sec. 725. Passenger cabin air quality.
Sec. 726. Standards for aircraft and aircraft engines to reduce noise 
          levels.
Sec. 727. Taos Pueblo and Blue Lakes Wilderness Area demonstration 
          project.
Sec. 728. Automated surface observation system stations.
Sec. 729. Aircraft situational display data.
Sec. 730. Elimination of backlog of equal employment opportunity 
          complaints.
Sec. 731. Grant of easement, Los Angeles, California.
Sec. 732. Regulation of Alaska guide pilots.
Sec. 733. National Transportation Data Center of Excellence.
Sec. 734. Aircraft repair and maintenance advisory panel.
Sec. 735. Operations of air taxi industry.
Sec. 736. National airspace redesign.
Sec. 737. Compliance with requirements.
Sec. 738. FAA consideration of certain State proposals.
Sec. 739. Cincinnati-Municipal Blue Ash Airport.
Sec. 740. Authority to sell aircraft and aircraft parts for use in 
          responding to oil spills.
Sec. 741. Discriminatory practices by computer reservations systems 
          outside the United States.
Sec. 742. Specialty metals consortium.
Sec. 743. Alkali silica reactivity distress.
Sec. 744. Rolling stock equipment.
Sec. 745. General Accounting Office airport noise study.
Sec. 746. Noise study of Sky Harbor Airport, Phoenix, Arizona.
Sec. 747. Nonmilitary helicopter noise.
Sec. 748. Newport News, Virginia.
Sec. 749. Authority to waive terms of deed of conveyance, Yavapai 
          County, Arizona.
Sec. 750. Authority to waive terms of deed of conveyance, Pinal County, 
          Arizona.
Sec. 751. Conveyance of airport property to an institution of higher 
          education in Oklahoma.
Sec. 752. Former airfield lands, Grant Parish, Louisiana.
Sec. 753. Raleigh County, West Virginia, Memorial Airport.
Sec. 754. Iditarod area school district.
Sec. 755. Alternative power sources for flight data recorders and 
          cockpit voice 
          recorders.
Sec. 756. Terminal automated radar display and information system.
Sec. 757. Streamlining seat and restraint system certification process 
          and dynamic testing requirements.
Sec. 758. Expressing the sense of the Senate concerning air traffic over 
          northern Delaware.
Sec. 759. Post Free Flight Phase I activities.
Sec. 760. Sense of the Congress regarding protecting the frequency 
          spectrum used for aviation communication.
Sec. 761. Land exchanges, Fort Richardson and Elmendorf Air Force Base, 
          Alaska.
Sec. 762. Bilateral relationship.

             TITLE VIII--NATIONAL PARKS AIR TOUR MANAGEMENT

Sec. 801. Short title.
Sec. 802. Findings.
Sec. 803. Air tour management plans for national parks.
Sec. 804. Quiet aircraft technology for Grand Canyon.
Sec. 805. Advisory group.
Sec. 806. Prohibition of commercial air tour operations over the Rocky 
          Mountain National Park.
Sec. 807. Reports.
Sec. 808. Methodologies used to assess air tour noise.
Sec. 809. Alaska exemption.

    TITLE IX--FEDERAL AVIATION RESEARCH, ENGINEERING, AND DEVELOPMENT

Sec. 901. Authorization of appropriations.
Sec. 902. Integrated national aviation research plan.
Sec. 903. Internet availability of information.
Sec. 904. Research on nonstructural aircraft systems.
Sec. 905. Research program to improve airfield pavements.
Sec. 906. Evaluation of research funding techniques.

    TITLE X--EXTENSION OF AIRPORT AND AIRWAY TRUST FUND EXPENDITURE 
                                AUTHORITY

Sec. 1001. Extension of expenditure authority.

SEC. 2. AMENDMENTS TO TITLE 49, UNITED STATES CODE.

    Except as otherwise specifically provided, whenever in this Act an 
amendment or repeal is expressed in terms of an amendment to, or repeal 
of, a section or other provision of law, the reference shall be 

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