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PUBLIC LAW 96-000—MMMM. DD, 1980

PUBLIC LAW 96-193—FEB. 18, 1980 been approved by the Secretary, and (2) the operator of such aircraft has entered into a binding contract by January 1, 1983, for delivery prior to January 1, 1986, of a replacement aircraft which meets, at a minimum, the noise standards for new type certificated aircraft set forth in regulations issued by the Secretary, acting through the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, on March 2, 1978 (F.R. Vol. 43, p. 8722, et seq.).

94 STAT. 57

14 CFR 36.


SEC. 304. (a) The Secretary shall provide an exemption from 49 USC 2124. applicable noise standards to any person operating a noncomplying two-engine aircraft to permit such person to operate such aircraft. (b) Any exemption issued pursuant to this section shall terminate Termination, on whichever of the following dates first occurs: (1) in the event such operator sells or otherwise disposes of such aircraft to another person on or after January 1, 1983, on the date such aircraft is delivered to such other person; (2) in the case of an aircraft with a seating configuration of 100 passenger seats or less, on January 1, 1988; or (3) in the case of an aircraft with a seating configuration of more than 100 passenger seats, on January 1, 1985. (c) For the purposes of subsection (b) of this section, the seating Seating configuration of an aircraft shall be the seating configuration that configuration. existed on such aircraft on December 1, 1979, or such earlier date as the Secretary may establish in individual cases. TRADEOFF ALLOWANCE

SEC. 305. Notwithstanding any other provision of law or any rule, regulation, or order issued pursuant thereto, the tradeoff provisions contained in appendix C of part 36 of title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations shall apply in determining whether any aircraft complies with the provisions of subpart E of part 91 of title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations. TITLE IV

49 USC 2125.

SEC. 401. Not later than 90 days after the date of enactment of this Act, and each January 31 thereafter, until implementation of collision avoidance systems in the national air traffic control system, the Secretary of Transportation shall submit to the Congress a report on the status of the development of such systems. Such reports shall set forth proposed timetables for the implementation of such systems. The Secretary of Transportation's report shall include proposals for any legislation needed to implement such systems. SEC. 402. Section 1112 of the Federal Aviation Act of 1958 is amended to read as follows:

Report to Congress. 49 USC 1348 note.


"SEC. 1112. (a) No part of the compensation paid by an air carrier to an employee who performs his regularly assigned duties as such an employee on an aircraft in more than one State, shall be subject to the income tax laws of any State or subdivision thereof other than the State or subdivision thereof of such employee's residence and the State or subdivision thereof in which such employee earns more than 50 per centum of the compensation paid by the carrier to such employee.

14 eFR 36. 14 CFR 91.

49 USC 1512.