740 CMR 30.22 - Reporting of Threat Information, Incidents or Suspicious Activity

Current through Register 1466, April 1, 2022

All Air Carriers and tenants, their employees and all Holders of Security Media or Identification Media at an Airport shall promptly report to the Massachusetts State Police all threat information, or information regarding incidents or suspicious activities at or related to an Airport, immediately upon learning of such information.

Incidents, suspicious activities and threat information may include, but are not limited to, any incidents of interference with a flight crew, all bomb threats, specific and non-specific, any information relating to the possible surveillance of an Aircraft or Airport facility or security measure, and any communication received by an Air Carrier or tenant, their employees or any Holders of Security Media or Identification Media, that could indicate a potential threat to civil aviation or to persons or property at an Airport.

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