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11.03.01.00.htm 11.03.01.00. Title 11 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Subtitle 03 MARYLAND AVIATION ADMINISTRATION Chapter 01 Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport Authority: Transportation Article, Annotated Code of MarylandRegulations. Section. 01―01-1. 5-204 and 5-208. 02 ― .05-1. 5-204, 5-208, 5-408, and 5-426. 06. 5-204, 5-208, and 5-408. 07―09. 5-204, 5-208, and 5-426. 10. 12. 5-204, 5-208, 5-805, 5-806, and 5-819.
11.03.01.01.htm 11.03.01.01. 01 Definitions.. A. As used in these regulations, the following terms have the meanings indicated unless the context requires otherwise. Words not specifically defined that relate to aeronautical practices, processes, and equipment shall be construed according to their general usage in the aviation industry.B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Administration" means the Maryland Aviation Administration of the Maryland Department of Transportation, established pursuant to the Transportatio
11.03.01.01-1.htm 11.03.01.01-1. 01-1 Incorporation by Reference.. A. In this subtitle, the following documents are incorporated by reference.. B. Documents Incorporated.. 1) NFPA 1, Uniform Fire Code, as incorporated by reference in COMAR 29.06.01.06B(1) and as amended in COMAR 29.06.01.08 and .09.2) A compendium of Codes and Standards referenced in NFPA 1 as incorporated by reference in COMAR 29.06.01.06B(2) and as amended in COMAR 29.06.01.07, including:a) National Electrical Code (NFPA 70).
11.03.01.02.htm 11.03.01.02. 02 Aircraft Rules.. A. Negligent Operations Prohibited.. 1) Operating an aircraft in a careless or negligent manner or in disregard of the rights and safety of others, or without due caution and circumspection or at a speed or in a manner which does or is likely to endanger persons or property, is prohibited.2) Operation of an aircraft that is so constructed, equipped, or loaded as to endanger or is likely to endanger persons or property is prohibited.B. Compliance with Orders..
11.03.01.03.htm 11.03.01.03. 03 Fire Hazards.. A. Cleaning of Equipment. The use of flammable or combustible liquids in the cleaning of aircraft, aircraft engines, propellers, or other appliances, equipment, or parts of aircraft is prohibited, unless those cleaning operations are conducted in facilities specifically approved by the Administration for that purpose and are performed in accordance with COMAR 29.06.01.B. Cleaning Fluids. All cleaning fluids of a vaporizing nature shall be sto
11.03.01.03-1.htm 11.03.01.03-1. 03-1 Dangerous Articles.. A. Explosives, Corrosives, Poisons, and Radiological Materials. The storing, retaining, handling, using, dispensing, or transporting of any Class A explosive or hazardous material (as defined by the "Hazardous Material Regulation of the U.S. Department of Transportation" requires a Special Use permit authorized by the Airport Director and issued by the fire marshal under COMAR 29.06.01.B. Detonators such as blasting caps, electric blas
11.03.01.03-2.htm 11.03.01.03-2. 03-2 Fueling and Defueling.. A. General Requirements.. 1) The provisions of this section govern the fueling and defueling of aircraft at the Airport.. 2) The fueling or defueling of an aircraft is prohibited while an engine or engines of the aircraft are operating.3) The operation of any electrical appliance in an aircraft is prohibited when the aircraft is being fueled or defueled.4) During the fueling or defueling of an aircraft, the aircraft fueling and defueling equipment (suc
11.03.01.04.htm 11.03.01.04. 04 Control of Vehicular Traffic on the Air Operations Area.. A. Authority to Operate on the Air Operations Area. The only motor vehicle operations permitted on the air operations area are those expressly authorized by the Airport Director, who shall identify the motor vehicles by registration. Permanent registration shall be extended on the basis of need only to Airport activities whose operations are formalized by contract with the Administration. Temporary registration may be ext
11.03.01.05.htm 11.03.01.05. 05 Control of Landside Traffic and Ground Transportation.. A. Governing Law. Motor vehicle operators using the public streets, ramps, roads, and highways on the Airport shall comply with the Transportation Article, Annotated Code of Maryland.B. Compliance With Orders.. 1) Parking or standing is prohibited on all Airport roads, except in designated parking areas.. 2) Leaving a motor vehicle unattended at curbside in front of the terminal is prohibited.. 3) A vehicle may not ente
11.03.01.05-1.htm 11.03.01.05-1. 05-1 Commercial Vehicles and Courtesy Vehicles ― General.. A. General Provisions.. 1) Except as provided in these regulations, and except for vehicles utilized by off-Airport rental car businesses, a commercial vehicle or courtesy vehicle may not conduct business at the Airport unless a permit is first obtained from the Administration and displayed as provided in these regulations.2) A qualified business conducting a commercial activity as defined in Regulation .01B of this chapt
11.03.01.05-2.htm 11.03.01.05-2. 05-2 Commercial Vehicles and Courtesy Vehicles ― Disciplinary Proceedings.. A. If a permit holder engages in a prohibited act, as defined by Regulation .05-1C of this chapter, the Division may:1) Issue a written warning to the permit holder;. 2) Suspend a permit; or. 3) Revoke a permit.. B. If a permit holder engages in a prohibited act under Regulation .05-1C(10)12) of this chapter, the Division may suspend or revoke a permit without first issuing a warning to the permit holder.
11.03.01.05-3.htm 11.03.01.05-3. 05-3 Commercial Vehicles and Courtesy Vehicles ― Appeals.. A. Appeal to OAH.. 1) Not later than 10 calendar days from the Division's decision, an applicant whose application has been denied or a permit holder whose permit has been suspended or revoked may appeal the decision by sending a written request for a hearing by certified mail, return receipt requested, addressed to the Executive Director.2) Not later than 7 business days from the date of receipt of a timely requ
11.03.01.06.htm 11.03.01.06. 06 Commercial Activity.. A. Commercial activity is permitted at the Airport only when expressly authorized in writing by and in a manner prescribed by the Administration. Commercial activity includes, but is not limited to:1) The sale or merchandising of any goods or services;. 2) The advertising or promotion of any goods or services;. 3) All commercial photography and recording, unless specifically exempted by the Administration.. B. Maintenance and Repair of Leased Premises..
11.03.01.07.htm 11.03.01.07. 07 Environmental Protection and Public Health.. A. Water Pollution. A person may not introduce or permit to be introduced into any water system or any surface or underground water at the Airport any organic or inorganic matter or deleterious substance which is injurious to human, plant, animal, fish, or other life or property. The types of permissible quantities of discharge shall be governed by the then applicable water discharge standards as promulgated by the United
11.03.01.08.htm 11.03.01.08. 08 Personal Conduct.. A. Use and Enjoyment of Airport.. 1) Conduct which interferes with the lawful use and enjoyment of the Airport and its facilities, or with passage from place to place, or through entrances, exits, or passageways is prohibited.2) Walking, driving a motor vehicle, or riding a bicycle on the public areas of the Airport other than on roads, walks, or rights-of-way provided are prohibited.3) Smoking or carrying any lighted tobacco products in any building owned o
11.03.01.09.htm 11.03.01.09. 09 Airport Security.. A. Restricted Areas. An individual entering any restricted area on the Airport requires the authorization of the Administration.B. Security Regulations.. 1) Tampering or interfering with the lock or security access electronics of any door, window, gate, or other opening leading to the air operations area or any other restricted area at the Airport, or breaching any other security device is prohibited except under emergency conditions.2) Interference with secu
11.03.01.10.htm 11.03.01.10. 10 General.. A. Use of Language. Words of any gender used in these regulations include any other gender, and words in the singular shall be held to include the plural, unless the context otherwise requires.B. Captions. The captions or headings of sections and subsections in these regulations are inserted for convenience only, and may not be considered in construing the provisions of the regulations if any questions of intent should arise.C. Severability. If any p
11.03.01.11.htm 11.03.01.11. 11 Taxicab Regulations.. A. General Regulations.. 1) When at the Airport, both Airport and non-Airport taxicab drivers shall conform to all laws, ordinances, rules, and regulations of their respective jurisdictions, as well as those of the Administration and the State.2) All taxicab drivers shall drop off passengers bound for the Airport terminal at the sidewalk curb on the upper level of the terminal public roadway system.3) Only taxicabs licensed to operate by a politica
11.03.01.12.htm 11.03.01.12. 12 Certified Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) Noise Zone.. A. Definitions. Acoustic terminology definitions used in this regulation have the same meanings as stated in COMAR 11.03.03.01A.B. BWI Noise Zone.. 1) The BWI Noise Zone is established pursuant to the Maryland Environmental Noise Act of 1974 (Transportation Article, §5-805, 5-806, and 5-819, Annotated Code of Maryland)2) The Executive Director shall update and recerti
11.03.01.13.htm 11.03.01.13. 13 Public Hours of Operation of the Terminal and Other Locations at the Airport.. A. General Regulations. The terminal at the Airport, the pedestrian bridges connecting the hourly garage at the Airport to the terminal, the hourly garage, and the on-Airport consolidated rental car facility are open to the public from 4:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. each day. No individual may enter or be present in the terminal, pedestrian bridges, hourly garage, or on-Airport consolidated rental car fa
11.03.01.9999.htm 11.03.01.9999. Administrative History Effective date: November 26, 1975 (2:27 Md. R. 1628). Chapter revised effective June 9, 1976 (3:12 Md. R. 643). Chapter recodified from COMAR 11.03.04 to 11.03.01. Regulation .01D-1, G-1, I-1, K-1, U-1, U-2 adopted effective May 30, 1980 (7:11 Md. R. 1037). Regulation .01G-1, I-1, I-2 and J amended, and .01L-1 adopted effective November 5, 1984 (11:22 Md. R. 1900)Regulation .01J-1, K-2, K-3 adopted effective July 1, 1981 (8:12 Md. R. 1063).
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