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disbursed during the prior June–January (b) The market administrator shall of the Federal Register as of July 24,
period, after adjusting the transportation announce publicly on or before the 23rd 1996 (61 FR 31009, June 19, 1996).
credits disbursed during the prior June- day of the month (except as provided in
ADDRESSES: You may examine the AD
January period to reflect any changes in § 1000.90) the mileage rate pursuant to
docket on the Internet at http://
the current mileage rate versus the paragraph (a) of this section for the
dms.dot.gov or in person at the Docket
mileage rate(s) in effect during the prior following month.
Management Facility, U.S. Department
June-January period. In the event that Dated: October 19, 2006. of Transportation, 400 Seventh Street,
during any month of the June-January Lloyd C. Day, SW., Nassif Building, Room PL–401,
period the fund balance is insufficient
Administrator, Agricultural Marketing Washington, DC.
to cover the amount of credits that are Service.
due, the assessment should be based Contact Boeing Commercial
[FR Doc. E6–17819 Filed 10–24–06; 8:45 am] Airplanes, Long Beach Division, 3855
upon the amount of credits that would
had been disbursed had the fund BILLING CODE 3410–02–P Lakewood Boulevard, Long Beach,
balance been sufficient. California 90846, Attention: Data and
(b) The market administrator shall Service Management, Dept. C1–L5A
announce publicly on or before the 23rd DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (D800–0024), for service information
day of the month (except as provided in identified in this AD.
Federal Aviation Administration
§ 1000.90) the mileage rate pursuant to FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
paragraph (a) of this section for the Wahib Mina, Aerospace Engineer,
14 CFR Part 39
following month. Airframe Branch, ANM–120L, FAA, Los
■ 7. Section 1007.82 is amended by [Docket No. FAA–2005–21779; Directorate Angeles Aircraft Certification Office,
revising paragraphs (d)(2)(ii) and Identifier 2002–NM–349–AD; Amendment
39–14790; AD 2006–21–06]
3960 Paramount Boulevard, Lakewood,
(d)(3)(iv) to read as follows: California 90712–4137; telephone (562)
RIN 2120–AA64 627–5324; fax (562) 627–5210.
§ 1007.82 Payments from the
transportation credit balancing fund. Airworthiness Directives; McDonnell SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:
* * * * * Douglas Model DC–9–10 Series
(d) * * * Examining the Docket
Airplanes; DC–9–20 Series Airplanes;
(2) * * * DC–9–30 Series Airplanes; DC–9–40 You may examine the airworthiness
(ii) Multiply the number of miles so Series Airplanes; and DC–9–50 Series directive (AD) docket on the Internet at
determined by the mileage rate for the Airplanes http://dms.dot.gov or in person at the
month computed pursuant to
Docket Management Facility office
§ 1007.83(a)(6). AGENCY: Federal Aviation
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday
* * * * * Administration (FAA), Department of
through Friday, except Federal holidays.
(3) * * * Transportation (DOT).
The Docket Management Facility office
(iv) Multiply the remaining miles so ACTION: Final rule.
(telephone (800) 647–5227) is located on
computed by the mileage rate for the the plaza level of the Nassif Building at
month computed pursuant to SUMMARY: The FAA is superseding an
existing airworthiness directive (AD), the street address stated in the
§ 1007.83(a)(6). ADDRESSES section.
which applies to certain McDonnell
* * * * * Douglas transport category airplanes.
■ 8. Add a new § 1007.83 to read as
Discussion
That AD currently requires, among other
follows: things, revision of an existing program The FAA issued a notice of
§ 1007.83 Mileage rate for the of structural inspections. This new AD supplemental notice of proposed
transportation credit balancing fund. requires implementation of a program of rulemaking (NPRM) to amend 14 CFR
(a) The market administrator shall structural inspections of baseline part 39 to include an AD that
compute the mileage rate each month as structure to detect and correct fatigue supersedes AD 96–13–03, amendment
follows: cracking in order to ensure the 39–9671 (61 FR 31009, June 19, 1996).
(1) Compute the simple average continued airworthiness of these The existing AD applies to all
rounded down to three decimal places airplanes as they approach the McDonnell Douglas Model DC–9–10,
for the most recent 4 weeks of the Diesel manufacturer’s original fatigue design –20, –30, –40, –50, and C–9 (military)
Price per Gallon as reported by the life goal. This AD results from a series airplanes. (Since the issuance of
Energy Information Administration of significant number of these airplanes that AD, the FAA has revised the
the United States Department of Energy approaching or exceeding the design applicability of the existing AD to
for the Lower Atlantic and Gulf Coast service goal on which the initial type identify model designations as
Districts combined. certification approval was predicated. published in the most recent type
(2) From the result in paragraph (a)(1) We are issuing this AD to detect and certificate data sheet for the affected
in this section subtract $1.42 per gallon; correct fatigue cracking that could models.) That supplemental NPRM was
(3) Divide the result in paragraph compromise the structural integrity of published in the Federal Register on
(a)(2) of this section by 5.5, and round these airplanes. March 7, 2006 (71 FR 11328). That
down to three decimal places to DATES: This AD becomes effective supplemental NPRM proposed to
compute the fuel cost adjustment factor; November 29, 2006. require implementation of a program of
(4) Add the result in paragraph (a)(3) The Director of the Federal Register structural inspections of baseline
of this section to $1.91; approved the incorporation by reference structure to detect and correct fatigue
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(5) Divide the result in paragraph of certain publications listed in the AD cracking in order to ensure the
(a)(4) of this section by 480; as of November 29, 2006. continued airworthiness of these
(6) Round the result in paragraph The incorporation of a certain other airplanes as they approach the
(a)(5) of this section down to five publication, as listed in the regulations, manufacturer’s original fatigue design
decimal places to compute the MRF. was approved previously by the Director life goal.

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Comments promoting safe flight of civil aircraft in Effective Date


We provided the public the air commerce by prescribing regulations (a) This AD becomes effective November
opportunity to participate in the for practices, methods, and procedures 29, 2006.
development of this AD. No comments the Administrator finds necessary for Affected ADs
have been received on the supplemental safety in air commerce. This regulation
(b) This AD supersedes AD 96–13–03.
NPRM or on the determination of the is within the scope of that authority
cost to the public. because it addresses an unsafe condition Applicability
that is likely to exist or develop on (c) This AD applies to all McDonnell
Conclusion products identified in this rulemaking Douglas Model DC–9–11, DC–9–12, DC–9–
We have carefully reviewed the action. 13, DC–9–14, DC–9–15, and DC–9–15F
available data and determined that air airplanes; DC–9–21 airplanes; DC–9–31, DC–
Regulatory Findings 9–32, DC–9–32 (VC–9C), DC–9–32F, DC–9–
safety and the public interest require 33F, DC–9–34, DC–9–34F, and DC–9–32F (C–
adopting the AD as proposed. We have determined that this AD will 9A, C–9B) airplanes; DC–9–41 airplanes; and
not have federalism implications under DC–9–51 airplanes; certificated in any
Costs of Compliance Executive Order 13132. This AD will category.
There are about 710 McDonnell not have a substantial direct effect on
Douglas transport category airplanes Unsafe Condition
the States, on the relationship between
worldwide of the affected design. This the national government and the States, (d) This AD was prompted by a significant
AD will affect about 477 airplanes of or on the distribution of power and number of these airplanes approaching or
U.S. registry, or 26 U.S. airline exceeding the design service goal on which
responsibilities among the various the initial type certification approval was
operators. levels of government. predicated. We are issuing this AD to detect
The recurring inspection costs, as For the reasons discussed above, I and correct fatigue cracking that could
required by AD 96–13–03, take 362 certify that this AD: compromise the structural integrity of these
work hours per airplane, at an average (1) Is not a ‘‘significant regulatory airplanes.
labor rate of $65 per work hour. Based action’’ under Executive Order 12866; Compliance
on these figures, the estimated cost of
(2) Is not a ‘‘significant rule’’ under (e) You are responsible for having the
the currently required actions is
DOT Regulatory Policies and Procedures actions required by this AD performed within
$11,223,810, or $23,530 per airplane,
(44 FR 11034, February 26, 1979); and the compliance times specified, unless the
per inspection cycle. actions have already been done.
The incorporation of the revised (3) Will not have a significant
procedures in this AD action will economic impact, positive or negative, Requirements of AD 96–13–03
require approximately 20 additional on a substantial number of small entities
under the criteria of the Regulatory Revision of the FAA-Approved Maintenance
work hours per operator to accomplish, Inspection Program
at an average labor rate of $65 per work Flexibility Act.
We prepared a regulatory evaluation (f) Within 6 months after July 24, 1996 (the
hour. Based on these figures, the cost to effective date of AD 96–13–03), replace the
the 26 affected U.S. operators to of the estimated costs to comply with FAA-approved maintenance inspection
incorporate these revised procedures this AD and placed it in the AD docket. program with a revision that provides for
into the SID program is estimated to be See the ADDRESSES section for a location inspection(s) of the principal structural
$33,800, or $1,300 per operator. to examine the regulatory evaluation. elements (PSEs) defined in McDonnell
Additionally, the number of required Douglas Report No. L26–008, ‘‘DC–9
List of Subjects in 14 CFR Part 39 Supplemental Inspection Document (SID),’’
work hours for each inspection (and the Section 2 of Volume I of McDonnell Douglas
Supplemental Inspection Document Air transportation, Aircraft, Aviation
Report No. L26–008, ‘‘DC–9 Supplemental
(SID) program), as indicated above, is safety, Incorporation by reference,
Inspection Document (SID),’’ Revision 4,
presented as if the accomplishment of Safety. dated July 1993, in accordance with Section
those actions were to be conducted as Adoption of the Amendment 2 of Volume III–95, dated September 1995, of
‘‘stand alone’’ actions. However, in the SID.
actual practice, these actions for the ■ Accordingly, under the authority Note 1: Operators should note that certain
most part will be accomplished delegated to me by the Administrator, visual inspections of fleet leader operator
coincidently or in combination with the FAA amends 14 CFR part 39 as sampling PSE’s that were previously
normally scheduled airplane follows: specified in earlier revisions of Volume III of
inspections and other maintenance the SID are no longer specified in Volume
program tasks. Further, any costs PART 39—AIRWORTHINESS III–95 of the SID.
associated with special airplane DIRECTIVES (1) Prior to reaching the threshold (Nth), but
no earlier than one-half of the threshold
scheduling are expected to be minimal. ■ 1. The authority citation for part 39 (1⁄2Nth), specified for all PSE’s listed in
Authority for This Rulemaking continues to read as follows: Volume III–95, dated September 1995, of the
SID, inspect each PSE sample in accordance
Title 49 of the United States Code Authority: 49 U.S.C. 106(g), 40113, 44701.
with the non-destructive inspection (NDI)
specifies the FAA’s authority to issue procedures set forth in Section 2 of Volume
§ 39.13 [Amended]
rules on aviation safety. Subtitle I, II, Revision 4, dated July 1993. Thereafter,
Section 106, describes the authority of ■ 2. The Federal Aviation repeat the inspection for that PSE at intervals
the FAA Administrator. Subtitle VII, Administration (FAA) amends § 39.13 not to exceed DNDI/2 of the NDI procedure
Aviation Programs, describes in more by removing amendment 39–9671 (61 that is specified in Volume III–95, dated
detail the scope of the Agency’s FR 31009, June 19, 1996) and by adding September 1995, of the SID, until the
the following new airworthiness requirements of paragraph (i) of this AD are
authority.
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accomplished.
We are issuing this rulemaking under directive (AD): (2) The NDI techniques set forth in Section
the authority described in Subtitle VII, 2006–21–06 McDonnell Douglas: 2 of Volume II, Revision 4, dated July 1993,
Part A, Subpart III, Section 44701, Amendment 39–14790. Docket No. of the SID provide acceptable methods for
‘‘General requirements.’’ Under that FAA–2005–21779; Directorate Identifier accomplishing the inspections required by
section, Congress charges the FAA with 2002–NM–349–AD. this paragraph.

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(3) All inspection results (negative or TABLE 1 Note 3: NDI inspections accomplished in
positive) must be reported to Boeing, in accordance with the following Volume II of
accordance with the instructions contained the SID provide acceptable methods for
Revision level
in Section 2 of Volume III–95, dated Volume designation shown on accomplishing the inspections required by
September 1995, of the SID. Information volume this paragraph:
collection requirements contained in this
regulation have been approved by the Office Volume II—10/20 .............. 4
of Management and Budget (OMB) under the Volume II—20/30 .............. 5
provisions of the Paperwork Reduction Act of
Volume II—40 ................... 4
1980 (44 U.S.C. 3501 et seq.) and have been
assigned OMB Control Number 2120–0056. Volume II—50 ................... 4
Note 2: Volume II of the SID, dated July
1993, is comprised of the following:

TABLE 2
Volume designation Revision level Date of revision

Volume II—10/20 ............................................................................................................................................... 4 ....................... July 1993.


Volume II—10–20 .............................................................................................................................................. 3 ....................... April 1991.
Volume II—10/20 ............................................................................................................................................... 2 ....................... April 1990.
Volume II—10/20 ............................................................................................................................................... 1 ....................... June 1989.
Volume II—20 .................................................................................................................................................... Original ............. November 1987.
Volume II—20/30 ............................................................................................................................................... 5 ....................... July 1993.
Volume II—20/30 ............................................................................................................................................... 4 ....................... April 1991.
Volume II—20/30 ............................................................................................................................................... 3 ....................... April 1990.
Volume II—20/30 ............................................................................................................................................... 2 ....................... June 1989.
Volume II—20/30 ............................................................................................................................................... 1 ....................... November 1987.
Volume II—40 .................................................................................................................................................... 4 ....................... July 1993.
Volume II—40 .................................................................................................................................................... 3 ....................... April 1991.
Volume II—40 .................................................................................................................................................... 2 ....................... April 1990.
Volume II—40 .................................................................................................................................................... 1 ....................... June 1989.
Volume II—40 .................................................................................................................................................... Original ............. November 1987.
Volume II—50 .................................................................................................................................................... 4 ....................... July 1993.
Volume II—50 .................................................................................................................................................... 3 ....................... April 1991.
Volume II—50 .................................................................................................................................................... 2 ....................... April 1990.
Volume II—50 .................................................................................................................................................... 1 ....................... June 1989.
Volume II—50 .................................................................................................................................................... Original ............. November 1987.

(g) Any cracked structure detected during paragraph (i)(1), (i)(2), or (i)(3) of this AD, as TABLE 3
the inspections required by paragraph (f) of applicable.
this AD must be repaired before further (1) For airplanes that have less than three- Revision level
flight, in accordance with a method approved quarters of the fatigue life threshold (3⁄4Nth) Volume designation shown on
by the Manager, Los Angeles Aircraft as of the effective date of the AD: Perform an volume
Certification Office (ACO), Transport NDI for fatigue cracking no earlier than one-
Airplane Directorate, FAA. half of the threshold (1⁄2Nth) but prior to Volume II—10/20 .............. 6
Note 4: Requests for approval of any PSE reaching three-quarters of the threshold Volume II—20/30 .............. 7
repair that would affect the FAA-approved (3⁄4Nth), or within 60 months after the Volume II—40 ................... 6
maintenance inspection program that is effective date of this AD, whichever occurs Volume II—50 ................... 6
required by this AD should include a damage later. Inspect again prior to reaching the
tolerance assessment for that PSE. threshold (Nth) or DNDI/2, whichever occurs Discrepant Findings
New Requirements of This AD later, but no earlier than (3⁄4Nth). Thereafter, (j) If any discrepancy (e.g., a PSE cannot be
after passing the threshold (Nth), repeat the inspected as specified in Volume II of the SID
Revision of the Maintenance Inspection inspection for that PSE at intervals not to or does not match rework, repair, or
Program exceed DNDI/2. modification description in Volume I of the
(h) Within 12 months after the effective (2) For airplanes that have reached or SID) is detected during any inspection
date of this AD, incorporate a revision into exceeded three-quarters of the fatigue life required by paragraph (i) of this AD,
the FAA-approved maintenance inspection threshold (3⁄4Nth), but less than the threshold accomplish the action specified in paragraph
program that provides for inspection(s) of the (Nth), as of the effective date of the AD: (j)(1) or (j)(2) of this AD, as applicable.
PSEs, in accordance with Boeing Report L26– Perform an NDI prior to reaching the (1) If a discrepancy is detected during any
008, ‘‘DC–9 All Series, Supplemental threshold (Nth), or within 18 months after the inspection performed prior to 3⁄4Nth or Nth:
Inspection Document (SID),’’ Volume I, The area of the PSE affected by the
effective date of this AD, whichever occurs
Revision 6, dated November 2002. Unless discrepancy must be inspected prior to Nth or
later. Thereafter, after passing the threshold
otherwise specified, all further references in within 18 months of the discovery of the
(Nth), repeat the inspection for that PSE at
this AD to the ‘‘SID’’ are to Revision 6, dated discrepancy, whichever is later, in
intervals not to exceed DNDI/2. accordance with a method approved by the
November 2002. (3) For airplanes that have reached or Manager, Los Angeles ACO, FAA.
Non-Destructive Inspections (NDIs) exceeded the fatigue life threshold (Nth) as of (2) If a discrepancy is detected during any
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(i) For all PSEs listed in Section 2 of the effective date of the AD: Perform an NDI inspection performed after Nth: The area of
Volume I of the SID, perform an NDI for within 18 months after the effective date of the PSE affected by the discrepancy must be
fatigue cracking of each PSE in accordance this AD. Thereafter, repeat the inspection for inspected prior to the accumulation of an
with the NDI procedures specified in Section that PSE at intervals not to exceed DNDI/2. additional DNDI/2, measured from the last
2 of Volume II, Revision 6, dated November Note 5: Volume II of the SID, dated non-discrepant inspection finding, or within
2004, of the SID, at the times specified in November 2004, comprises the following: 18 months of the discovery of the

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discrepancy, whichever occurs later, in additional guidance concerning the approval inspection/replacement programs are
accordance with a method approved by the of repairs to PSEs. considered acceptable for compliance with
Manager of the Los Angeles ACO. the requirements of paragraphs (i), (l), and
Inspection for Transferred Airplanes (m) of this AD for repairs subject to that
Reporting Requirements
(m) Before any airplane that has exceeded document.
(k) All negative, positive, or discrepant the fatigue life threshold (Nth) can be added
(discrepant finding examples are described in to an air carrier’s operations specifications, a Alternative Methods of Compliance
paragraph (j) of this AD) findings of the program for the accomplishment of the (AMOCs)
inspections accomplished under paragraph inspections required by this AD must be (p)(1) The Manager, Los Angles ACO, has
(i) of this AD must be reported to Boeing, at established per paragraph (m)(1) or (m)(2) of the authority to approve AMOCs for this AD,
the times specified in, and in accordance this AD, as applicable. if requested in accordance with the
with the instructions contained in, Section 4 (1) For airplanes that have been inspected procedures found in 14 CFR 39.19.
of Volume I, Revision 6, of the SID. in accordance with this AD, the inspection of (2) Before using any AMOC approved in
Information collection requirements each PSE must be accomplished by the new accordance with CFR 39.19 on any airplane
contained in this regulation have been operator in accordance with the previous
approved by the Office of Management and to which the AMOC applies, notify the
operator’s schedule and inspection method, appropriate principal inspector in the FAA
Budget (OMB) under the provisions of the or the new operator’s schedule and
Paperwork Reduction Act (44 U.S.C. 3501 et Flight Standards Certificate Holding District
inspection method, at whichever time would Office.
seq.) and have been assigned OMB Control result in the earlier accomplishment date for
Number 2120–0056. (3) An AMOC that provides an acceptable
that PSE inspection. The compliance time for level of safety may be used for any repair
Corrective Actions accomplishment of this inspection must be required by this AD, if it is approved by an
measured from the last inspection Authorized Representative for the Boeing
(l) Any cracked structure of a PSE detected
accomplished by the previous operator. After Commercial Airplanes Delegation Option
during any inspection required by paragraph
each inspection has been performed once, Authorization Organization who has been
(i) of this AD must be repaired before further
each subsequent inspection must be
flight in accordance with a method approved authorized by the Manager, Los Angeles
by the Manager, Los Angles ACO, or by using performed in accordance with the new
ACO, to make those findings. For a repair
a method approved in accordance with operator’s schedule and inspection method.
method to be approved, the repair must meet
procedures specified in paragraph (p) of this (2) For airplanes that have not been
the certification basis of the airplane and 14
AD. Accomplish follow-on actions described inspected in accordance with this AD, the
CFR 25.571, Amendment 45, and the
in paragraphs (l)(1), (l)(2), and (l)(3) of this inspection of each PSE required by this AD
must be accomplished either prior to adding approval must specifically refer to this AD.
AD, at the times specified. (4) AMOCs approved previously for
(1) Within 18 months after repair, perform the airplane to the air carrier’s operations
specification, or in accordance with a alternative inspection procedures per AD 87–
a damage tolerance assessment (DTA) that 14–07 R1, amendment 39–6019; AD 94–03–
defines the threshold for inspection of the schedule and an inspection method approved
by the Manager, Los Angeles ACO. After each 01, amendment 39–8807; and AD 96–13–03;
repair and submit the assessment for are acceptable for compliance with the
approval. inspection has been performed once, each
subsequent inspection must be performed per actions required by paragraph (f) of this AD
(2) Before reaching 75% of the repair for inspections performed before the
threshold as determined in paragraph (l)(1) of the new operator’s schedule.
requirements of paragraph (i) are
this AD, submit the inspection methods and Inspections Accomplished Before the accomplished.
repetitive inspection intervals for the repair Effective Date of This AD (5) AMOCs approved previously for repairs
for approval.
(n) Inspections accomplished prior to the per AD 87–14–07 R1, AD 94–03–01, and AD
(3) Before the repair threshold, as
effective date of this AD in accordance with 96–13–03; are acceptable for compliance
determined in paragraph (l)(1) of this AD,
Boeing Report No. L26–008, ‘‘DC–9 All Series with the requirements of paragraph (l) of this
incorporate the inspection method and
repetitive inspection intervals into the FAA- Supplemental Inspection Document (SID),’’ AD.
approved structural maintenance or Volume I, Revision 6, dated November 2002,
Material Incorporated by Reference
inspection program for the airplane. are acceptable for compliance with the
requirements of paragraph (i) of this AD. (q) You must use McDonnell Douglas
Note 6: For the purposes of this AD, we Report No. L26–008, ‘‘DC–9 Supplemental
anticipate that submissions of the DTA of the Acceptable for Compliance Inspection Document (SID),’’ Volume III–95,
repair, if acceptable, should be approved (o) Boeing Report MDC 91K0263, ‘‘DC–9/ dated September 1995; and the volumes of
within six months after submission. MD–80 Aging Aircraft Repair Assessment Boeing Report L26–008, ‘‘DC–9 All Series,
Note 7: Advisory Circular AC 25.1529–1, Program Document,’’ Revision 1, dated Supplemental Inspection Document (SID),’’
‘‘Instructions for Continued Airworthiness of October 2000, provides inspection/ specified in Table 4 of this AD; as applicable,
Structural Repairs on Transport Airplanes,’’ replacement programs for certain repairs to to perform the actions that are required by
dated August 1, 1991, is considered to be the fuselage pressure shell. These repairs and this AD, unless the AD specifies otherwise.

TABLE 4.—SUPPLEMENTAL INSPECTION DOCUMENT VOLUMES


Revision
Volume Effective pages Date
level

Volume I—All Series ........................ List of Effective Pages: Pages A–C ........................................................... 4 July 1993.
Volume I—All Series ........................ List of Effective Pages: Pages A–D ........................................................... 6 November 2002.
Volume II—10/20 ............................. List of Effective Pages: Pages A–K ........................................................... 4 July 1993.
Volume II—10/20 ............................. List of Effective Pages: Pages A–M .......................................................... 6 November 2004.
Volume II—20/30 ............................. List of Effective Pages: Pages A–T ........................................................... 5 July 1993.
Volume II—20/30 ............................. List of Effective Pages: Pages A–X ........................................................... 7 November 2004.
Volume II—40 .................................. List of Effective Pages: Pages A–M .......................................................... 4 July 1993.
Volume II—40 .................................. List of Effective Pages: Pages A–O .......................................................... 6 November 2004.
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Volume II—50 .................................. List of Effective Pages: Pages A–M .......................................................... 4 July 1993.
Volume II—50 .................................. List of Effective Pages: Pages A–O .......................................................... 6 November 2004.

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(Where there are differences between the the second 10-year maintenance plan for whose disclosure is restricted by statute.
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Pages and the revision dates shown on the Monoxide (CO) Maintenance Area. The www.regulations.gov or e-mail,
actual pages of these documents, the revision second 10-year maintenance plan information that you consider to be CBI
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for the following: Volume I–All Series, dated
includes a new motor vehicle emission or otherwise protected. The
July 1993: The revision dates in the List of budget (MVEB) for CO for the year 2017. www.regulations.gov Web site is an
Effective Pages are correct for the Record of EPA is approving this SIP revision, ‘‘anonymous access’’ system, which
Revisions, page 13 of the Introduction, and including the new 2017 MVEB for CO, means EPA will not know your identity
page B of Section 2.) because it satisfies the requirement of or contact information unless you
(1) The incorporation by reference of the the Clean Air Act (CAA) for the second provide it in the body of your comment.
volumes of Boeing Report L26–008, ‘‘DC–9 10-year maintenance plan for the If you send an e-mail comment directly
All Series, Supplemental Inspection Memphis/Shelby County Area. to EPA without going through
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ACTION: Direct final rule.


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SUMMARY: EPA is approving a revision to personal information provided, unless and Transportation Section at the Air
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