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Title 14 Part 431 → Subpart C → §431.31

Title 14 → Chapter III → Subchapter C → Part 431 → Subpart C → §431.31

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Title 14 Part 431 → Subpart C → §431.31

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Title 14Chapter IIISubchapter CPart 431Subpart C → §431.31


Title 14: Aeronautics and Space
PART 431—LAUNCH AND REENTRY OF A REUSABLE LAUNCH VEHICLE (RLV)
Subpart C—Safety Review and Approval for Launch and Reentry of a Reusable Launch Vehicle


§431.31   General.

(a) The FAA conducts a safety review to determine whether an applicant is capable of launching an RLV and payload, if any, from a designated launch site, and reentering the RLV and payload, if any, to a designated reentry site or location, or otherwise landing it on Earth, without jeopardizing public health and safety and the safety of property.

(b) The FAA issues a safety approval to an RLV mission license applicant that satisfies the requirements of this Subpart. The FAA evaluates on an individual basis all public safety aspects of a proposed RLV mission to ensure they are sufficient to support safe conduct of the mission. A safety approval is part of the licensing record on which the FAA's licensing determination is based.

(c) The FAA advises an applicant, in writing, of any issue raised during a safety review that would impede issuance of a safety approval. The applicant may respond, in writing, or revise its license application.


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