Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 104 Part 4.djvu/766

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104 STAT. 3082 PUBLIC LAW 101-604—NOV. 16, 1990 (2) to continue to press vigorously for security improvements through the Foreign Airport Security Act and the foreign airport assessment program; and (3) to continue to work through the International Civil Aviation Organization to improve aviation security internationaly. (b) NEGOTIATIONS FOR AVIATION SECURITY. —(1) The Department of State, in consultation with the Department of Transportation, shall be responsible for negotiating requisite aviation security agreements with foreign governments concerning the implementation of United States rules and regulations which affect the foreign operations of United States air carriers, foreign air carriers, and foreign international airports. The Secretary of State is directed to enter, expeditiously, into negotiations for bilateral and multilateral agreements— (A) for enhanced aviation security objectives; (B) to implement the Foreign Airport Security Act and the foreign airport assessment program to the fullest extent practicable; and (C) to achieve improved availability of passenger manifest information. (2) A principal objective of bilateral and multilateral negotiations with foreign governments and the International Civil Aviation Organization shall be improved availability of passenger manifest information. 22 USC 5502. SEC. 202. COORDINATOR FOR COUNTERTERRORISM. The Coordinator for Counterterrorism shall be responsible for the coordination of international aviation security for the Department of State. SEC. 203. PASSENGER MANIFEST. (a) MANDATORY AVAILABILITY OF PASSENGER MANIFEST. —Section 410 of the Federal Aviation Act of 1958 (49 U.S.C. App. 1380) is amended to read as follows: "SEC. 410. PASSENGER MANIFEST. "(a) REQUIREMENT.—Not later than 120 days after the date of the enactment of this section, the Secretary of Transportation shall require all United States air carriers to provide a passenger manifest for any flight to appropriate representatives of the United States Department of State— "(1) not later than 1 hour after any such carrier is notified of an aviation disaster outside the United States which involves such flight; or "(2) if it is not technologically feasible or reasonable to fulfill the requirement of this subsection within 1 hour, then as expeditiously as possible, but not later than 3 hours after such notification. "(b) CONTENTS.—For purposes of this section, a passenger manifest should include the following information: "(1) The full name of each passenger. "(2) The passport number of each passenger, if required for travel. "(3) The name and telephone number of a contact for each passenger.". 49 USC app. 0)) IMPLEMENTATION. — In implementing the requirement pursuant 1380 note. to the amendment made by subsection (a) of this section, the Sec-