100 STAT. 3341-387
PUBLIC LAW 99-591—OCT. 30, 1986
Disability Fund such sums as are required by such subchapter and chapter. (f) SEPARATED EMPLOYEES.—An employee who does not transfer to the Airports Authority and who does not otherwise remain a Federal employee shall be entitled to all of the rights and benefits available under Federal law for separated employees, except that severance pay shall not be payable to an employee who does not accept an offer of employment from the Airports Authority of work substantially similar to that performed for the Federal Government. (g) ACCESS TO RECORDS.—The Airports Authority shall allow representatives of the Secretary adequate access to employees and employee records of the Airports Authority when needed for the performance of functions related to the period before the date the lease under section 6005 takes effect. The Secretary shall provide the Airports Authority access to employee records of transferring employees for appropriate purposes. SEC. 6009. RELATIONSHIP TO AND EFFECT OF OTHER LAWS.
(a) OTHER LAWS.—In order to assure that the Airports Authority has the same proprietary powers and is subject to the same restrictions with respect to Federal law as any other airport except as otherwise provided in this title, during the period that the lease authorized by section 6005 of this title is in effect— (1) the Metropolitan Washington Airports shall be considered " public airports for purposes of the Airport and Airway Improvement Act of 1982 (49 App. U.S.C. 2201 et seq.); and (2) the Acts entitled "An Act to provide for the administration of the Washington National Airport, and for other purposes", approved June 29, 1940 (54 Stat. 686), "An Act to authorize the construction, protection, operation, and maintenance of a public airport in or in the vicinity of the District of Columbia", approved September 7, 1950 (64 Stat. 770), and "An act making supplemental appropriations for the support of the Government . for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1941, and for other pur' ' poses", approved October 9, 1940 (54 Stat. 1030), shall not apply to the operation of the Metropolitan Washington Airports, and the Secretary shall be relieved of all responsibility under those Acts. (b) INAPPUCABILITY OF CERTAIN LAWS.—The Metropolitsm Washington Airports and the Airports Authority shall not be subject to the requirements of any law solely by reason of the retention by the United States of the fee simple title to such airports or by reason of the authority of the Board of Review under subsection 6007(f). (c) PoucE POWER.—The Commonwealth of Virginia shall have concurrent police power authority over the Metropolitan Washington Airports, and the courts of the Commonwealth of Virginia may exercise jurisdiction over Washington National Airport. (d) PLANNING.—
(1) IN GENERAL.—The authority of the National Capital Planning Commission under section 5 of the Act of June 6, 1924 (40 U.S.C. 7 Id) shall not apply to the Airports Authority. (2) CONSULTATION.—The Airports Authority shall consult— (A) with the National Capital Planning Commission and the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation before undertaking any major alterations to the exterior of the