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59800 Federal Register / Vol. 70, No.

197 / Thursday, October 13, 2005 / Notices

1. Ordering paragraph seven of the Missouri (53 FR 23716, June 23, 1988) Airport. To ensure that all significant
FAA’s August 18, 2004, order limiting Texas, (54 FR 38584, September 19, issues related to the proposed action are
scheduled operations at O’Hare 1989) identified, one (1) public scoping
International Airport is amended to North Dakota, (54 FR 51965, October 17, meeting and one (1) governmental
state that the order shall expire at 9 p.m. 1989) agency scoping meeting will be held.
on April 1, 2006. Michigan and Tennessee, (55 FR 31938,
Issued in Washington, DC, on October 5, Michelle Simmons, Environmental
Arizona, (56 FR 27989, June 18, 1991)
2005. Protection Specialist, Federal Aviation
Iowa, (56 FR 36189–36190, July 31,
Rebecca MacPherson, 1991) Administration, Western-Pacific Region,
Assistant Chief Counsel for Regulation. California (General Aviation only), Airports Division, P.O. Box 92007, Los
[FR Doc. 05–20464 Filed 10–12–05; 8:45 am] Connecticut, Ohio, and Virginia (58 Angeles, California 90009–2007.
BILLING CODE 4910–13–M FR 50387, September 27, 1993) Telephone: (310) 725–3614. Any
Louisiana, Massachusetts, and Rhode scoping comments and suggestions
Island (67 FR 68902, November 13, regarding the EIS must be submitted to
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 2002) the address above and must be received
This notice is to advise interested no later than 5 p.m. Pacific Standard
Federal Aviation Administration Time, December 15, 2005.
parties that the states of Idaho and Utah
Artisan Liens on Aircraft; Recordability are now identified as additional states SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The
from which artisan liens will be Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
AGENCY: Federal Aviation accepted.
Administration, DOT. will prepare an Environmental Impact
With the addition of Idaho and Utah, Statement (EIS) for addressing specific
ACTION: Notice the complete list of thirty-five states improvements at Tucson International
from which artisan liens on aircraft will Airport. The (EIS) will be prepared in
SUMMARY: Consistent with Agency
be accepted as of this date is: Alaska, accordance with the procedures
practice, this notice is issued to advise Arizona, Arkansas, California (General
interested parties of the addition of the described in FAA Order 5050.4A,
Aviation Only), Connecticut, Florida, Airport Environmental Handbook, and
States of Idaho and Utah to the list of Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa,
those thirty-three states from which the FAA Order 1050.1E, Environment
Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Impacts: Policies and Procedures. The
Aircraft Registration Branch (FAA Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota,
Aircraft Registry), Mike Monroney Tucson Airport Authority, the owner of
Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Tucson International Airport proposes
Aeronautical Center, Oklahoma City, Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota,
Oklahoma, will accept artisan liens for the following development as identified
Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, in the 2004 Tucson International
recordation. Since December 17, 1981, South Carolina, South Dakota,
the Aeronautical Center Counsel has Airport Master Plan: Relocate Runway
Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virgin Islands, 11R/29L, 450 feet to the southwest,
issued these notices in the Federal Virginia, Washington, and Wyoming.
Register. creating a centerline to centerline
Issued in Oklahoma City on September 28, separation of 1,156 feet between the
DATE: This notice is effective October 2005. existing Runway 11L29R and the
13, 2005. Joseph R. Standell, relocated Runway 11R/29L. The length
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Aeronautical Center Counsel. of the relocated Runway 11R/29L will
Joseph R. Standell, Aeronautical Center [FR Doc. 05–20467 Filed 10–12–05; 8:45 am] be 11,000 feet long by 150 feet wide.
Counsel, Aeronautical Center (AMC–7), The development will also include the
Federal Aviation Administration, 6500 extension of existing Taxiways A–6 and
S. MacArthur, Oklahoma City, OK A–17, and provisions for acute angled
73169. Telephone (405) 954–3296. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION ‘‘high speed’’ exits at Taxiways A–11,
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: In 46 FR A–13, and A–15; addition of new
61528, December 17, 1981, the Federal Federal Aviation Administration Taxiways A–16 and A–18; extension of
Aviation Administration published its Taxiway B, (which is currently marked
legal opinion on the recordability of Intent To Prepare an Environmental as 11R/29L); relocation of the airport
artisan liens, with the identification of Impact Statement and To Conduct service road to accommodate the
those states from which artisan liens Scoping Meetings for the Proposed proposed runway relocation; and
would be accepted. Subsequently, we Relocation of Runway 11R/29L and installation of an Instrument Landing
advised that Florida, Nevada, and New Associated Development at the Tucson System (ILS) in conjunction with the
Jersey had passed legislation that, in our International Airport in Tucson, AZ relocated runway, including a Medium
opinion, allows the FAA Aircraft AGENCY: Federal Aviation Intensity Approach Lighting System
Registry to accept artisan liens from Administration, DOT. with Runway Alignment Indicator
those states (49 FR 17112, April 23, Lights (MALSR) in both directions. The
ACTION: Notice of Intent to Prepare an
1984). Airport Master Plan Update identified
Environmental Impact Statement and to
The Agency continued this practice the need to provide additional airfield
conduct scoping meetings.
when we adivsed that the following capacity at the Airport to meet the
states had passed legislation that either SUMMARY: The Federal Aviation projected levels of operational and
required or allowed recording of notice Administration (FAA) is issuing this passenger demand. Within the EIS, FAA
of lien thereby allowing the FAA notice to advise the public that an proposed to consider a range of
Aircraft Registry to accept and record Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) alternatives that could potentially meet
artisan liens claimed under those states’ will be prepared to assess the potential the need for additional airport capacity
law: impacts of the proposed relocation of in the Tucson metropolitan area
Minnesota and New Mexico (51 FR Runway 11R/29L and associated including, but not limited to, the
21046, June 10, 2986) development at Tucson International following:

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Alternative One—Sponsor’s Proposed be mailed to the FAA informational Comments must be received by
Action: Relocate Runway 11R/29L, 450 contact listed above and must be November 14, 2005.
feet to the southwest, creating a received no later than 5:00 p.m. Pacific
centerline separation of 1,156 feet Standard Time, December 15, 2005. ADDRESSES: Send all comments on the
between the existing Runway 11L/29R Scoping Meetings: The FAA will hold proposed policy to the individual
and the relocated Runway 11R/29L. The one (1) public and one (1) governmental identified under FOR FURTHER
relocated Runway 11R/29L will be agency scoping meeting to solicit input INFORMATION CONTACT.
11,000 feet long by 150 feet wide. The from the public and various Federal, FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
relocation of Runway 11R/29L will State and local agencies having Karen M. Grant, FAA, Engine and
include construction of a parallel and jurisdiction or having specific expertise Propeller Standards Staff, ANE–110, 12
connecting taxiway system, and with respect to any environmental
New England Executive Park,
associated navigational aids. impacts associated with the proposed
Burlington, MA 01803; e-mail:
Alternative Two—Alternative Airfield projects. The public scoping meeting
Development at Tucson: Extending and will be held on Tuesday, November 15, karen.m.grant@faa.gov; telephone (781)
upgrading the current general aviation 2005, in the Tucson Airport Authority 238–7119; fax: (781) 238–7199.
Runway 11R/29L to an air carrier Boardroom at 7005 South Plumer SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:
runway, maintaining a 700-foot Avenue, Tucson, Arizona 85706. The Comments Invited: The proposed
centerline separation between the meeting will be held from 4 p.m. to 7
current air carrier Runway 11L/29R and policy is available on the Internet at the
p.m. Mountain Standard Time (MST). A
the extended and upgraded runway following address: http://www.faa.gov/
scoping meeting will be held
11R/29L, and specifically for governmental agencies aircraft/draft_docs/. If you do not have
Alternative 3—Relocating and on the same day at the same location access to the Internet, you may request
upgrading the general aviation Runway from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. MST. a copy by contacting the individual
11R/29L, to an air carrier runway, 2,500 listed under FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
Issued in Hawthorne, California on
feet south of Runway 11L/29R and CONTACT. The FAA invites interested
Tuesday, October 4, 2005.
converting the current runway 11R/29L parties to comment on the proposed
Mark A. McClardy,
to a parallel taxiway that would serve policy. Comments should identify the
Manager, Airports Division, Western-Pacific,
both runways, and Region AWP–600. subject of the proposed policy and be
Alternative 4—Relocating and submitted to the individual identified
[FR Doc. 05–20461 Filed 10–12–05; 8:45 am]
upgrading the general aviation Runway under FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
11R/29L to an air carrier runway, 1,156 CONTACT. The FAA will consider all
feet south of Runway 11L/29R, and comments received by the closing date
converting the runway to a parallel before issuing the final policy.
taxiway that would serve both runways.
This alternative incorporates a localizer We will file in the docket all
Federal Aviation Administration comments received, as well as a report
directional aide (LDA) approach.
These airfield development [Proposed Policy Statement No. ANE–200X– summarizing each substantive public
alternatives identified under Alternative 33.3–X] contact with FAA personnel concerning
2, 3 and four would likely include this proposed policy. The docket is
Policy for Repair and Alteration of
several of the support features of available for public inspection before
Rotating Turbine Engine Life Limited
Alternative One, including taxiway and after the comment date. If you wish
improvements and associated to review the docket in person, go to the
navigational aids. The specific details of AGENCY: Federal Aviation above address between 9 a.m. and 5
the alternative airfield development at Administration, DOT. p.m., Monday through Friday, except
Tucson International Airport will be ACTION: Notice of availability for Federal holidays.
refined following the scoping process proposed policy statement; request for Background: During the past year, we
during the preparation of the EIS. comments. reviewed the technical data for
Alternative Five—Use of Other
Existing Airports: The possible use of SUMMARY: The Federal Aviation numerous RTE–LLP repairs. We
other existing area airports including, Administration (FAA) announces the observed deficiencies in the data for
but not limited to, Ryan Airfield and availability of proposed policy for the many of these repairs. We also noted
Marana Regional Airport will be repair and alteration of rotating turbine that may repairs were improperly
evaluated. engine-life limited parts (RTE–LLPs). assessed as minor and were not properly
Alternative Six—Use of Other Modes This proposed policy establishes that coordinated with the appropriate ACOs.
of Transportation: Use of intercity bus the FAA will treat all repairs and This proposed policy would provide
line, rail, and automobile transportation alterations of RTE–LLPs as major repairs guidance on the coordination and the
will be evaluated. and major alterations. We are also technical data needed for RTE–LLP
Alternative Seven—No Action proposing that all RTE–LLP repair and repairs and alterations.
Alternative: Under this alternative, the alteration data must include a
(Authority: 49 U.S.C. 106(g), 40113, 44701–
existing airport would remain methodology to assess the life of the
44702, 44704).
unchanged. Runway 11R/29L would repaired or altered part and the
remain in its current configuration. continued operational safety of the Issued in Burlington, Massachusetts, on
Comments and suggestions are invited repaired product. This proposed policy October 3, 2005.
from Federal, State and local agencies, provides guidance for: (1) Technical Francis A. Favara,
and other interested parties to ensure substantiation for repair or alteration of Acting Manager, Engine and Propeller
that the full range of issues related to RTE–LLPs; and (2) Aircraft Certification Directorate, Aircraft Certification Service.
these proposed projects are addressed Offices (ACOs) and Designated [FR Doc. 05–20457 Filed 10–12–05; 8:45 am]
and all significant issues are identified. Engineering Representatives to evaluate
Written comments and suggestions may and approve repair and alteration data.

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