Skip to Main Content
<< Back | Return to Main COMAR Search Page

15 records match your request.

FileAbstract
11.03.02.00.htm 11.03.02.00. Title 11 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Subtitle 03 MARYLAND AVIATION ADMINISTRATION Chapter 02 Martin State Airport Authority: Transportation Article, §5-202.1, 5-204, 5-208, 5-426, 5-805, 5-806, and 5-819, Annotated Code of Maryland
11.03.02.01.htm 11.03.02.01. 01 Definitions.. A. Words not specifically defined in this regulation which relate to aeronautical practices, processes, and equipment, will be construed according to their general usage in the aviation industry.B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Abandon" means forsake, desert, give up and surrender one's claim or right.. 2) "Administration" means the Maryland Aviation Administration of the Department of Transportation, established pursuant to the Transportation Article, §5-201, Annotated Code
11.03.02.02.htm 11.03.02.02. 02 Aircraft Regulations.. A. Negligent Operations Prohibited. Aircraft may not be operated:. 1) At the Airport in a careless or negligent manner;. 2) In disregard of the rights and safety of others;. 3) Without due caution and circumspection; or. 4) At a speed or in a manner which endangers or is likely to endanger persons or property.. B. Compliance with Orders.. 1) Aeronautical activities shall conform to the current applicable provisions of the Federal Aviatio
11.03.02.03.htm 11.03.02.03. 03 Fire Hazards.. A. Cleaning of Equipment.. 1) 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 29.06.01.2) A person may not use flammable or combustible liquids for cleaning purpo
11.03.02.03-1.htm 11.03.02.03-1. 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. Control of Explosives.. 1) Detonators such as bla
11.03.02.03-2.htm 11.03.02.03-2. 03-2 Fueling and Defueling.. A. General Requirements.. 1) The provisions of this section govern and control the fueling and defueling of aircraft at the Airport.2) A person may not fuel or defuel any aircraft while any engine of the aircraft is running.. 3) The smoking or carrying of lighted cigars, cigarettes, pipes, matches, or any open flame is prohibited within 100 feet of the site at which an aircraft is being fueled or defueled, or within 100 feet of the site of a flamm
11.03.02.04.htm 11.03.02.04. 04 Control of Vehicular Traffic on the Air Operations Area.. A. Operating Procedure. The control of all vehicular traffic on the air operations area shall be governed by the regulations of the Administration.B. Authority to Operate on the Air Operations Area.. 1) A person may not operate or cause to be operated any motor vehicle on the air operations area, unless this operation is directly related to an aviation activity at the Airport, to the business of the Administration, or to
11.03.02.04-1.htm 11.03.02.04-1. 04-1 Control of Landside Traffic.. 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. General Parking Regulations.. 1) Parking or standing is prohibited on all Airport roads, except in designated parking areas.. 2) An individual may not park a motor vehicle or load or unload a motor vehicle at the Airport in violation of any posted par
11.03.02.05.htm 11.03.02.05. 05 Commercial Activity.. A. Soliciting or Carrying on Business. A person, unless expressly authorized in writing by the Administration, may not engage in any of the following activities in or upon any area of the Airport:1) Engage in any business or commercial activity;. 2) Sell or offer for sale any merchandise or service;. 3) Solicit any business or trade, including the carrying of passengers or baggage for hire;. 4) Solicit charitable contributions or funds for any purpose;.
11.03.02.06.htm 11.03.02.06. 06 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 Unite
11.03.02.07.htm 11.03.02.07. 07 Personal Conduct.. A. Use and Enjoyment of Airport.. 1) No person, singly or in association with others, may, by his conduct or by congregating with others, prevent any other lawfully entitled person from the use and enjoyment of the Airport and its facilities or any part of them, or prevent any other lawfully entitled person from passing from place to place, or through entrances, exits, or passageways at the Airport.2) A person may not walk, drive a motor vehicle, o
11.03.02.08.htm 11.03.02.08. 08 Airport Security.. A. Restricted Areas. A person may not enter any part of the air operations area or any other restricted area so established or posted at the Airport, except:1) Persons assigned to duty or transacting business there;. 2) Crew members, and passengers under appropriate supervision of a crew member, who enter the aircraft apron for the purpose of enplaning or deplaning an aircraft;3) An authorized representative of the State, the Federal Aviation Administ
11.03.02.09.htm 11.03.02.09. 09 Penalties.. Any person who violates the provisions of these regulations, except a motor vehicle parking regulation, is guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be subject to a fine of not more than $500 or by imprisonment of not more than 90 days or both in the discretion of the court, except that for a violation of a motor vehicle parking regulation, the maximum fine may not exceed $50.
11.03.02.10.htm 11.03.02.10. 10 Certified Martin State Airport (MTN) Noise Zone.. A. Definitions. Acoustic terminology definitions used in this regulation have the same meanings as stated in COMAR 11.03.03.01A.B. MTN Airport Noise Zone.. 1) The MTN Airport 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 recertify the Airport Noise Zone
11.03.02.9999.htm 11.03.02.9999. Administrative History Effective date: October 1, 1975 (2:24 Md. R. 1479). Chapter revised effective December 2, 1977 (4:25 Md. R. 1912). Chapter recodified from COMAR 11.03.05 to 11.03.02. Regulation .01B amended effective October 7, 1985 (12:20 Md. R. 1929) ―. Chapter revised effective December 24, 1990 (17:25 Md. R. 2908). Regulation .01 amended effective November 20, 1995 (22:23 Md. R. 1802) October 16, 2000 (27:20 Md. R. 1840)
<< Back | Return to Main COMAR Search Page