19 CFR 122.33 - Place of first landing.

§ 122.33 Place of first landing.
(a) The first landing of an aircraft entering the United States from a foreign area will be:
(1) At a designated international airport (see § 122.13), provided that permission to land has not been denied pursuant to § 122.12(c);
(2) At a landing rights airport if permission to land has been granted (see § 122.14); or
(3) At a designated user fee airport if permission to land has been granted (see § 122.15).
(b) Permission to land at a landing rights airport or user fee airport is not required for an emergency or forced landing (see § 122.35).
[T.D. 92-90, 57 FR 43397, Sept. 21, 1992, as amended by CBP Dec. 03-32, 68 FR 68170, Dec. 5, 2003]
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§ 122.33 Place of first landing.

(a) The first landing of an aircraft entering the United States from a foreign area will be:

(1) At a designated international airport (see § 122.13), provided that permission to land has not been denied pursuant to § 122.12(c);

(2) At a landing rights airport if permission to land has been granted (see § 122.14); or

(3) At a designated user fee airport if permission to land has been granted (see § 122.15).

(b) Permission to land at a landing rights airport or user fee airport is not required for an emergency or forced landing (see § 122.35).

[T.D. 92-90, 57 FR 43397, Sept. 21, 1992, as amended by CBP Dec. 03-32, 68 FR 68170, Dec. 5, 2003]