14 CFR 244.3 - Reporting of tarmac delay data.

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§ 244.3 Reporting of tarmac delay data.

(a) Each covered carrier shall file BTS Form 244 “Tarmac Delay Report” with the Office of Airline Information of the Department's Bureau of Transportation Statistics on a monthly basis, setting forth the information for each of its covered flights that experienced a tarmac delay of three hours or more, including diverted flights and cancelled flights on which the passengers were boarded and then deplaned before the cancellation. The reports are due within 15 days after the end of the month during which the carrier experienced any tarmac delay of three hours or more. The reports shall be made in the form and manner set forth in accounting and reporting directives issued by the Director, Office of Airline Information, and shall contain the following information:

(1) Carrier code

(2) Flight number

(3) Departure airport (three letter code)

(4) Arrival airport (three letter code)

(5) Date of flight operation (year/month/day)

(6) Gate departure time (actual) in local time

(7) Gate arrival time (actual) in local time

(8) Wheels-off time (actual) in local time

(9) Wheels-on time (actual) in local time

(10) Aircraft tail number

(11) Total ground time away from gate for all gate return/fly return at origin airports including cancelled flights

(12) Longest time away from gate for gate return or canceled flight

(13) Three letter code of airport where flight diverted

(14) Wheels-on time at diverted airport

(15) Total time away from gate at diverted airport

(16) Longest time away from gate at diverted airport

(17) Wheels-off time at diverted airport

(b) The same information required by paragraph (a)(13) through (17) of this section must be provided for each subsequent diverted airport landing.

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