740 CMR 30.27 - General Aviation and Charter Passenger Screening at BOS-Logan International Airport

Current through Register 1466, April 1, 2022

Regardless of the location of enplaning, private charter and general aviation Aircraft operators and FBO's serving private charter and/or general aviation operations at the Boston-Logan International Airport shall ensure that all persons and property boarding private charter or general aviation Aircraft are screened for weapons, incendiaries and explosives, by persons approved by the TSA, to the extent TSA approves such persons.

Special Aircraft operations, the security for which is provided or sanctioned and assured by a duly authorized department or agency of the federal government (e.g., United States Secret Service, Department of Defense, Department of State), at the request of such department or agency and based on the national interest, may be excepted from any or all the requirements of 740 CMR 30.27.

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740 CMR 30.27

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