eligible place

(1) “eligible place” means a place in the United States that— (A) (i) (I) was an eligible point under section 419 of the Federal Aviation Act of 1958 before October 1, 1988 ; (II) received scheduled air transportation at any time after January 1, 1990 ; and (III) is not listed in Department of Transportation Orders 89–9–37 and 89–12–52 as a place ineligible for compensation under this subchapter; or (ii) was determined, on or after October 1, 1988 , and before the date of the enactment of the FAA Extension, Safety, and Security Act of 2016 ( Public Law 114–190 ), under this subchapter by the Secretary of Transportation to be eligible to receive subsidized small community air service under section 41736(a); (B) had an average of 10 enplanements per service day or more, as determined by the Secretary, during the most recent fiscal year beginning after September 30, 2012 ; (C) had an average subsidy per passenger of less than $1,000 during the most recent fiscal year, as determined by the Secretary; and (D) is a community that, at any time during the period between September 30, 2010 , and September 30, 2011 , inclusive— (i) received essential air service for which compensation was provided to an air carrier under this subchapter; or (ii) received a 90-day notice of intent to terminate essential air service and the Secretary required the air carrier to continue to provide such service to the community.


49 USC § 41731(a)(1)

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