FAA Regulations definition

FAA Regulations means the Federal Aviation Regulations issued pursuant to the Act from time to time, or any successor regulations thereto.

Examples of FAA Regulations in a sentence

Compliance with FAA Regulations: Non-Commercial WECS must comply with applicable FAA regulations, including any necessary approvals for installations close to airports.

Aircraft that meet exclusive use requirements as defined in FAA Regulations.

Compliance with FAA Regulations: Non-Commercial WECS must comply with applicable FAA regulations, including any necessary approvals for installations close toairports.

The Owner shall also have the right to operate the Aircraft without having on board the original registration certificate or airworthiness certificate in the event that either or both such certificates disappear from the Aircraft, but only to the extent permitted by Exemption No. 5318 of the FAA Regulations or other similar exemption.

Access to work sites will be strictly monitored and must comply with DEN Airport Operations and FAA Regulations.


More Definitions of FAA Regulations

FAA Regulations means all present and future laws, rules, and regulations promulgated by the FAA and all orders issued by the FAA pertaining to or affecting the Components.
FAA Regulations with respect to each Aircraft has the meaning given to the term in the related Indenture.
FAA Regulations means any and all regulations by the FAA under the provisions of the Federal Aviation Act of 1958, as amended, or otherwise.