Chapter 400 - RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR THE USE OF AUGUSTA STATE AIRPORT

  1. § 229-400-01 - DEFINITIONS
  2. § 229-400-02 - LIABILITY OF STATE OF MAINE
  3. § 229-400-03 - POLICE
  4. § 229-400-04 - REPORT OF ACCIDENTS
  5. § 229-400-05 - CONDUCT AND USE OF AIRPORT
  6. § 229-400-06 - AIRPORT PROPERTY
  7. § 229-400-07 - DAMAGE TO AIRPORT PROPERTY
  8. § 229-400-08 - WEAPONS: FIREARMS: EXPLOSIVES
  9. § 229-400-09 - RESTRICTED AREAS
  10. § 229-400-10 - STRUCTURAL OR DECORATIVE CHANGES TO AIRPORT FACILITIES
  11. § 229-400-11 - STORAGE
  12. § 229-400-12 - SMOKING
  13. § 229-400-13 - BUSINESS OR COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY
  14. § 229-400-14 - OPERATION OF MOTORIZED EQUIPMENT
  15. § 229-400-15 - PARKING
  16. § 229-400-16 - TOWING REGULATIONS
  17. § 229-400-17 - REGULATION OF AIRCRAFT OPERATION
  18. § 229-400-18 - PENALTY

Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022

SUMMARY: The following rules and regulations govern the administration, operation, and use of the Augusta State Airport.

BASIS STATEMENT

The above rules and regulations were developed in accordance with the duties of the Commissioner of the Department of Transportation to regulate State airports, consistent with federal standards relating to aeronautics, in the best interest of promoting adequate, safe, and efficient public transportation according to the economic needs and well-being of Maine's people.

Notes

EFFECTIVE DATE: July 3, 1973 and filed with the Secretary of State on December 18, 197
Re-adopted on May 15, 1979 and filed on May 16, 1979.
EFFECTIVE DATE (ELECTRONIC CONVERSION): April 24, 1996

AUTHORITY: 23 M.R.S.A. Section4206(5)

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